The tour includes 55 dates between Febraury and October after the release of his ‘Heavy is the Head’ album. Stormzy will be in Manchester on Thursday 17th September 2020.
After huge success in London and Birmingham, Spotify brought its Who We Be playlist to life on Friday night at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse, celebrating the very best in Rap, Grime and R&B.
Grime artist Bugzy Malone will headline two shows at Mayfield as part of Manchester International Festival’s pre-Factory shows.
Scared of heights? MM join Bugzy Malone and North Face climber Aidan Roberts for urban exploration celebration
The North Face bought some of Manchester’s finest artists to the height of First Street last week in a celebration of urban exploration.
Manchester grime stars Bugzy Malone and Nadia Rose will be performing on top of a car park on Saturday in collaboration with The North Face.
Don’t ask Skepta if Grime is having a resurgence. In a recent interview with Timeout London, the Tottenham MC made his thoughts on that statement pretty clear.
The series kicks off on Friday 23 September with the WHP’s launch party, headlined by rapper M.I.A and featuring sets from producer Mura Masa and legendary reggae and dancehall DJ David Rodigan.
‘Why can’t we just be people’: Tom Robinson on racist Brit awards, Corbyn and LGBT rights after Manchester talk
After this year’s Brit Awards were criticised for a lack of diversity, singer-songwriter Tom Robinson has called for greater recognition for musicians of colour.
‘Oh well, Christmas is ruined’: Manchester rap collective manager on financial ruin caused by agency collapse
Employees and unpaid clients of Elastic Artists face financial uncertainty as the dance music and urban acts booking agency teeters on the brink of administration.
Ten Skepta facts: Grime MC on hipster hate and ‘British dream’ at Manchester Red Bull Music Academy talk
After stepping off an eight hour flight from New York to Manchester, grime MC Skepta kicked back to sit comfortably on the Red Bull music tour sofa with journalist Hattie Collins.
The Godfather, King, veteran — Wiley’s musical appellations are deeply ingrained in the UK grime scene, but it was uncertain whether his Manchester performance was going to live up to his reputation.