You'll like Gomorrah if you haven't seen it yet. I recommended it earlier itt for a lot of the same reasons you just wrote about Top Boy. I think the first two seasons are on Netflix still.I just finished the new, "Netflix original" season of Top Boy, and it honestly blew me away. If you saw and even remotely liked The Wire, go watch all of Top Boy right now on Netflix.
(And watch in this order: first, "Top Boy: Summerhouse"—which is the new name for the two, original BBC seasons/series of the show—and then move on to "Top Boy," which just came out like a week ago.)
(EDIT: Based on what I'm reading on IMDB, apparently "Summerhouse" is a cropped version of the original BBC show in a different aspect ratio with new music replacing the BBC music license version. I would suggest seeking out the original two seasons online instead... but I'm sure "Summerhouse" is acceptable.)
I don't want to spend too much time sperging a wall of text that next to nobody will actually read, so let me just put it like this: Top Boy is an English crime drama that has all the novel-like complexity, huge cast, character depth, fantastic acting, grittiness, great soundtrack, and moral greyscale of The Wire. It's not as long (the first two seasons are like 4 episodes each, while the third is 10), but it's just as good. And apparently more is coming, which I couldn't be happier about.
Go watch it. (And turn on captions, innit. You'll need them.)