- BRANDY AND COKE (MIXTAPE) 6TH DECEMBER, 2015
- ‘GOSSIP’ FEAT. GIGGS (SINGLE) 8TH APRIL, 2016
South London rapper Fekky is at the forefront of a new generation of MC’s who are reinvigorating the British Rap and Grime scene. Making his mark with memorable ad-libs and a forceful flow, Fekky is one of the first British rappers to hold genuine comparison to his American counterparts. The 28 year-old’s predominantly Trap-based beats and stark subject matter retain an energy and authenticity that we’ve yet to see from a UK rhymer. Though his sense of humour, abundance of ad-libs and South London slang and accent make him a resolutely and singularly British MC, Fekky’s compelling flow and menacing sounds also conjure the sorts of street dreams more commonly associated with U.S. rappers like Meek Mill, Y.G or Rick Ross. Then there’s his live show - Fekky was the most booked underground MC of 2013 and 2014. Booking all of the 60-plus dates without a manager or live agent, Fekky has spent much of the last two years touring the country and building up a core, dedicated fanbase. Onstage is where Fekky really thrives with street anthems like ‘Rudeboy Ting’, ‘Bang’ and last year’s Dizzee Rascal featuring hit, ‘Still Sittin’ Here’, dominant in clubs across the country. His high octane performances and natural stage presence, which typically involve Fekky scaling speakers and stage diving, have helped build his buzz to epic proportions and seen him supporting tours with artists including The Game, Rick Ross, Boy Better Know, Wiley & Kid Ink.