Shystie, pronounced ~ [§hy-§téé] is a UK female Musician/Actress, birth name Chanelle Calica who was born and raised in London. Shystie started gaining fame with her white label response to Dizzee Rascal's "I Luv U" and was also the supporting act whilst touring with 50 Cent and G-Unit, Basement Jaxx and The Streets. In 2004 to 2005 Shystie spent a lot of her time performing in and out of the country, touring across America, Germany, Brazil, Chile and Argentina, promoting her first album 'Diamond in the dirt' and showcasing her home town...
East London-based grime mc/producer and member of Roll Deep.
Spyro is a grime DJ and producer from East London, and is widely recognised as one of the most technically gifted DJs in the grime scene.
Tinie Tempah is an English grime artist. At 19 MC/Writer & C.E.O of DL Records Ltd has more achievements under his belt than a heavyweight Boxing champion. Tinie Tempah since the tender age of 16 has managed to remain on a vertical path to success using every opportunity to get his music heard by the masses. His first break as a musician came when Sony launched its PlayStation Portable (PSP) and used track entitled ‘Listen to the Vibe’ featuring Yazmin and DJ Ironik (Atlantic/Warner) for the futuristic racing game Wipeout Pure.
Dirty F are a post punk/rock group from Melbourne, Australia, consisting of James Podhorodecki (vocals), Julian Medor (guitar), Tom Abraham (bass) and Darren Keane (drums). Their sound is described as raw, energetic and in-your-face. Dirty F released their debut EP in 2010 entitled "Washed Up" which was preceded by consistent headlining shows around the Melbourne bar scene. The band gained a reputation for unrelenting, high-energy shows, which occaisionally ruffled some feathers and led to the group being banned from playing at certain venues.
Influenced by the golden years of Drum N Bass and a steady diet of dub and roots music, V.I.V.E.K has been honing his musical construction skills since 2004. Progressing naturally from DJing to production, and originally beginning to build music around the 170 tempo, 140 bpm was the pitch that worked for V.I.V.E.K to shape his unique subterranean groove.
With one 12" release under his belt for 'On The Edge', fellow soundscaper Silkie passed a CD of his productions to DMZ / Deep Medi visionary Mala.
There're three artists name J-me: 1) J-Me is a 21 one year old from Oxford UK, who has been producing music for 5 years now. He started writing drum and bass and breakcore, but has now been mainly writing dubstep for over a year. He is currently working with the Dub Politics crew and showing great signs of his filthyness. This guy will be hitting your ear drums hard and fast so you better prep your undergarments. J-Me Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/djmeoxford
Professor Green is a rapper from East London, currently signed to Virgin Records, after Mike Skinner's The Beats label closed, and ended a run of his own radio shows on BBC Radio 1. Having fortified his name storming through the hip-hop battle rap circuit, 23 year old East London native Professor Green is set to drop his debut album on Mike Skinner's The Beats label (via Warner's). Growing up on the Northwold estate in Upper Clapton, Green's familial situation saw him being raised by his grandmother while he traded up school attendance for just hanging on the estate, like kids do.