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On 7 September, 2014 Davis released a 'Spitfire' freestyle on JDZmedia which went on to get his first million views on YouTube. This gave him more popularity outside Manchester and later earned him a performance on Fire in the Booth with Charlie Sloth on BBC Radio 1Xtra. Davis released his latest Fire in The Booth on 14 March, 2015. When Davis originally received a phone call from Sloth requesting an appearance on Radio 1Xtra's Fire in the Booth segment, he thought it was a prank call. Bugzy Malone's Fire in the Booth is currently the most viewed video in the series with eleven million views. In May 2016, 1Xtra released Davis' second Fire in the Booth which currently has six million views. During his Fire in The Booth, Davis dissed fellow grime artist Chip. Chip, two days later, published a tweet on the social media platform, Twitter saying "The name you can ride off. . . CHIPMUNK!" before replying to his critics including Davis lyrically on the song "Pepper Riddim" which was released on 20 March, 2015. This started a grime feud and drew attention to the grime scene. Several days later on 25 March, Davis released "Relegation Riddim". The music video on YouTube featured numerous artists who were included in the feud, including Big Narstie. The video currently has 12M+ plus views making it Davis' most viewed music video. On 3 April, 2017 Chip released "The End" which Davis replied to with "The Revival. " Five months later in September, Chip replied to "The Revival" with six tracks which led to Davis replying twice. This would be the last time Davis replied to Chip who later went on to include two more diss tracks before stopping. In July 2017, Davis released a documentary-style vlog in promotion for his EP King of the North where he directly references the feud, saying