Whenever drum and bass artist hit the charts or make it to the mainstream, it's usually always followed with a swarm of hate. Why is this? I can understand it with Fresh, and Pendulum (Well, pendulum sucked from the get go :L ) But the reason I ask, is Drum and bass duo 'SIGMA', have recently reached big success. They've had one number one record already, and came close with there second one released a few months ago. They've had numerous collaborations since then, and are said now to be working on their debut album. They'd been doing the clubs for years before this recent success, and their musical style hasn't changed. While their track 'somebody to love' was very commercial and not my cup of tea, since then they've done numerous tracks and remixes that I'd deem textbook drum and bass. After this they released 'Rude boy', a track they said was homage to the Jungle days, and then 'Changing', another commercial track, that I actually really enjoyed. I thought the mix of gospel and D'n'B was great. They're putting out some great stuff. They've always made the same music, and haven't sold out to a big corporate record label. However, they still get a ton of hate, and the only thing I see people hating on, is the fact that they've been successful, which is ridiculous. It seems people just basically do it because they're jealous of their success, rather than a comment on their music. I understand the frustration when people sell out, make crappy music compared to what they used to etc; But they're not, and this is the case with quite a few people that have had success, yet they still get this hate. Thoughts?