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GIGGS, BUGZY MALONE & MORE SHUT DOWN SPOTIFY'S "WHO WE BE"


Spotify UK’s first ever live music event took place to a sold-out crowd of 10,000 at Alexandra Palace.Who We Be saw an insane line-up of some of urban music’s biggest acts, including London’s own J Hus, Giggs and grime legend Dizzee Rascal.

The Who We Be live event, which takes inspiration from the Spotify playlist of the same name, saw the best of urban music under one roof. A celebration of both British and US urban, grime and hip-hop talent, the show featured New York native Cardi B – in her first UK performance – who performed her hit song ‘Bodak Yellow’ to thousands of cheering fans.


The crowd also enjoyed the best of British talent with performances from Birmingham’s Stefflon Don and Manchester’s own Bugzy Malone, who brought out up-and-coming vocalist Tom Grennan, and even did the Mobot with Mo Farah backstage.

A surprise performance from viral internet sensation Big Shaq tore the roof off Alexandra Palace as he dropped his hit song ‘Man’s Not Hot’ with fans singing along to every line. Newcomer Hardy Caprio also joined the line-up, and Giggs brought out London rapper SneakBo, who he has previously collaborated with on 2017 hit ‘Active’.

Austin Daboh, Senior Editor at Spotify, said: “Spotify is very proud of our work in supporting and nurturing new and exciting urban talent. Bringing this amazing line up of artists together for Who We Be Live has been an opportunity to celebrate the best of rap and grime talent all under one roof. Massive thanks to all of the incredible performers, and to the ten thousand fans who blew the roof off Ally Pally tonight!”

Hashtag: #WhoWeBe
Twitter: @SpotifyUK
Instagram: @Spotify
Playlist: WhoWeBe

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