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Hip Hop // Newtownards, Down // Him

My fans are mainly UK based but I have recently started gaining a lot of new fans from the US with my recent US collaborations.

Whenever I receive a track I produced back from an American rapper that I grew up listening to feels like a pinnacle moment in my career.
Releasing my last two projects on vinyl helped teach me how to manage a release and gain an understanding of how to market music / sell a physical product.
I've created several music videos for each release to promote the albums and boost sales. Releasing these gave me recognition and credibility as a producer while also helping build my fanbase overseas.

I've produced and collaborated with London rapper Cracker Jon. The collaboration helped teach me how to manage and artist in the studio. This release opened me up to a new fan base in England and the rest of the world, the vinyl record sold all 300 copies. Gaining a lot of overseas recognition and sales. Particularly in Germany and Australia. I worked with Jon to target a UK audience and his already existing UK fan-base.

My releases helped build my credibility in the music industry and due to this I have been given a monthly radio show on both Subtle Radio & Mode London where I can broadcast my music

My newest album 'Hooked on ill Phonics' is going to be the tipping point of my career as I have 3 credible US Hip Hop artists featured on the project. These Artists will open me up to an extensive international fan base. The first single 'Cream Filas' with US artists Guilty Simpson is already released and gained over 10k streams in the first week.

I was recently asked by world-famous Hip Hop group 'The Pharcyde' to open at their sold-out Belfast show at Limelight. I also DJ'd Belfast's street art festival 'Hit the North' Artists closing party in Black Box.

Printed in Belfast's 'Yeo Magazine':

First person from Northern Ireland to be in UK Hip Hop's 'Wordplay Magazine' -

Wordplay Magazine again -

Juno Records -
Featured in Suspect packages online record store -

I've had radio play on BBC radio Ulster Introducing - Across the line. As well as a lot of London based digital radio stations such as Itch FM. Mode London. Subtle Radio and RTE2XFM.

I also organise and run a quarterly record label showcase gig at the Ulster Sports Club. Helping to promote our music.