Grime artist Kano headlined The Park stage on Sunday with the intensity of a heavy metal band. He was loud, brash and ear-bleedingly good. As Ed Sheeran did his thing down the hill, Kano proved beyond any doubt whatsoever that Glastonbury 2017 was the year of grime.
At the top of the bill, Kano was right where he belonged. And about time, too. "Got anyone here who's been following me for five years plus? Ten years plus?" the Londoner asked. The reaction was vociferous both times.
Robinson's rhyming was clear and fast. On a number of tracks, including New Banger, his band was accompanied by a brass section and, on others, strings and an upright piano. T-shirt Weather in the Manor was brilliantly summery, played as the evening sky bruised a deep red.
The full sound – which shook you to the core, it was all parps, throbs and texture – belied the lazy assumption that the grime genre will only ever be DIY music made in bedrooms.
When Kano said grime was "real original f----- music" and that this was its moment, he wasn't joking. After Stormzy's exceptional set on Saturday night, no-one could be left in any doubt.
There was a celebratory feel to the moshing skank that accompanied closer GarageSkankFREESTYLE. The crowd went bananas. This was special.