London Posse was an early and influential English rap group in the English rap scene that "finally gave British rap an identity of its own", through
their rejection to adopt an American accent in their music, which had become customary for UK rap acts at the time. Their incorporation of
unique ragga influenced flows and jazzy samples in their 1990 album 'Gangster Chronicle' has resulted in the album being described as "the
defining UK hip-hop release".