Join four up-and-coming underground London artists, who vary from hip-hop and RnB to Grime, on stage at Festival of Sound.
DRE is a singer/songwriter known for his nostalgic RnB essence blended with soulful yet heavy-hitting modern Hip-Hop/Trap production.
King Kofi’s debut projects “All Hail” and “Just A Dude In Need Of A Chance” received a respectable amount of underground attention showcasing a knack for story-telling and a diverse musical style.
Margin Kings are an R&B and Hip Hop group with a modern urban twist whose influences include So Solid Crew and City High.
Peaky, hailing from Ladbroke Grove in West London, made his way to the British Hip-Hop scene’s underbelly after embarking on two independent solo tours of California at the age of 19, where he performed alongside Bone Thugs n Harmony, Murs and other notable artists. Writing his first song at just eleven-years-old to Michael Jackson’s Thriller, it was a scholarship to Charterhouse that introduced him to DJ/Producer and collaborator HAWF (Will Hofbauer), and he has since gone on to perform at Oxford University, SOAS University, Tunbridge Wells Theatre and many others.
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