Pete and bas prison?
Rolling Stone UK is in West London to meet a man and his friend who are wearing vests. Pete and Bas are the UK's unlikeliest musical duo, because they are both septuagenarians.
In Chicago, a form of rap music called Drill was born in 2010 and is characterized by a lot of gangland violence. In a joint enterprise trial, drill lyrics were used as evidence.
The two elderly gentlemen aren't the genre's usual faces. Pete, who claims to be a Royal Mail worker, was turned onto Drill when he was driving with his granddaughter.
He says that his granddaughter won the battle for the radio, even though he wasn't sure at first. A chance encounter with Bas followed after he found him playing the piano in a corner shop.
They have become one of the genre's most popular acts despite looking like stereotypical cockney hard men.
The track 'Shut Your Mouth' appeared on the internet in 2017. They have been able to play sell-out shows and put out more successful releases because of it.
Which brings us to today.
They're here to talk about the upcoming sold out UK tour and a string of new singles that have won praise from drill fans for their lyrics that show off a genuine love of the genre.
One of the latest, Mr Worldwide, offered globe-spanning observations that even took in the Nigerian Yoruba dialect. The boys in Lagos hold it down when the man needs help.
Drugs and rock and roll, but maybe not the sex, has been the life of a tour.
Many are wondering if it's all an act because of the inconsistencies in their story.
Some fans think that the pair are experts at lip sync, with an army of writers bolstering their act.
Pete tells Rolling Stone UK that even though he's a musician, he's always faced those accusations. I'm not saying there's jealousy, but we do change the verse sometimes to make it younger.
Even if the truth is hazy, there's no doubt that any team behind the pair are doing an impressive job. Pete and Bas met as he left prison, and Pete popped open a bottle of champagne as his friend walked away from the gates, in a video that explained the six month radio silence from the pair.
We couldn't find anything to back up his conviction.
It is not a con of the century.
Even if the truth has been embellished, there's still something touching about the idea of two elderly people taking a last chance at fame.
"We really couldn't have left it anymore!" Pete jokes of their later life burst for fame, which they are determined to take to the top level.
Pete would love to be one of those little people on the O2 that can see thousands away on a bloody big screen.
Shut Ya Mouth was the duo's first song.
Pete and Bas are in jail. Were they arrested?
Pete is going to be released today. Pete and Bas posted a video on their social media accounts showing his parole de l being greeted by his friends.
There is no information available at this point. Pete's narrative behind the jail has remained a mystery.
We'll keep you updated as soon as we learn more about his case, including the grounds for it and what's going on behind the scenes.
In a new video, Pete and Bas' criminal past is revealed. Pete and Bas wrote a hip-hop song after being inspired by their granddaughter.