Stormzy recently stunned the nation during a live performance at the Brit Awards where he asked Theresa May "where's the money for Grenfell?"

In a freestyle rap, he said: "Theresa May where's the money for Grenfell? What you thought we just forgot about Grenfell?

"You criminals, and you've got the cheek to call us savages, you should do some jail time, you should pay some damages, you should burn your house down and see if you can manage this."

Now that message from the Croydon born grime star will be on display for all to see after activist Edwin turned those words into a work of art.

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"Stormzy’s performance at the recent Brit Awards was extremely raw and powerful," he said.

"The frustration and emotion expressed was obvious, and his delivery was incredibly inspiring.

"Those lyrics added onto his song (Blinded by your grace) encapsulated, I believe, the feeling of a large proportion of London’s population regarding the actions taken since June 2017."

The piece has been put on display in Katherine Street with a little help from Ben Slow and the Rise Gallery.

Edwin knows that eventually the artwork will come down, but he wants Stormzy's message to last as long as possible.

"The process of grief should never be rushed, but I believe Stormzy is calling for greater responsibility to be taken in regards to an inquiry and perhaps a conclusion to this tragic incident, and that needs to be accelerated and never forgotten or repeated," he said.

"In reality the painted wall will be repainted and in time turned into a Westfield and shiny apartment blocks.

"In a world of fleeting and flashing headlines those words will stay as long as people give them.

"This painting is a vehicle to keep the words visible."