This week, Blood Brother hosted an in-store meet and greet with Pro Era rapper, producer and creative Kirk Knight.
We sat down with him to ask him some questions...
Where did “Knight” come from?
Basically, it was a song “Curren$y – Michael Knight” that I used to listen to every morning, that was even before I knew who Michael Knight was. I also have a big infatuation with the nighttime and I’m an insomniac.
Luton native rapper/singer/autotune master Nafe Smallz brings a flavour much different from the rest and he sits in his own lane within the country’s scene.
He goes against the grain amongst the London scene and doesn't typically conform to grime as a genre like you'd expect, he's been considered the "British Junior Future" and actually supported him on his EU tour.
His anthem "Ferrari" got the scene talking and copped the young 19 year old a place on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Hot For 2015 list. Moving into 2016, Nafe released "Smokin" which just hit 1,000,000 views on YouTube, and following his completely original and groundbreaking Fire in the Booth with Charlie Sloth reaching 600,000 views in just 3 weeks, it's more than safe to say Nafe has a bright future ahead of him.
Check out Nafe's video for "Smokin" below.
This entry was posted in Uncategorised on 26th April 2016 by BBadmin.
I don’t know about you, but when you hear someone say 'seaside town' I instantly think dirty overcast grey sky, cold annoying breeze and steamy, moist café windows filled with miserable day trippers avoiding the rain outside. A harsh reality right of what often is a British seaside town. Well that’s how I feel like thinking of the seaside town today anyway.
However, over the last few years, it’s been pretty hard to ignore all the hype surrounding certain seaside towns. If I see Margate in the Evening Standard one more time.... But fuck it, let’s talk about Margate.
If you've traipsed the dirty streets of Stoke Newington lately, chances are you may have spotted a girl wearing a box on her head. And as literal and as possible as it sounds, we're actually talking about a special piece of street art…BOX HEAD. The curation of up and coming contemporary artist Begoña Toledo.