A peerless tune from Gunshot, remixed by Napalm Death. Rap and metal but not rap metal if you get me.
Britrap, one of the lesser 90s Britthings.
And since this post was a little thin on the ground, here's some more 90s Britrap.
(really good this one)
These are less interesting for various reasons: the Hijack tune formidable but owes a bit too much to Public Enemy; whilst Killa Instinct sound a bit indistinct, although seem to prefigure the sound of Gravediggaz a little.
(The obvious entry here is Anthrax/Public Enemy's Bring the Noise, but it didn't fit with my loose thing about heavy sounding UK hip hop. It's largely pointless: too cluttered; too sped up; Public Enemy had already incorporated metal quite convincingly into their sound. Were any of the thrash lot besides Sepultura, and to a lesser degree Slayer, actually any good? So tedious and uptight about it.)
And several years later, from a not immediately obvious quarter
Will rap metal ever get it's day? Some scholar to chart it's obscure inlets and undiscovered plateaus of meaning?
Nah. None of it was very good.