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Genre-defining grime MC Ghetts will be gracing the S&C stage on June 16th - and as one of the scene's leading innovators and most respected figures, his is not a set to be missed. 

With Caribbean roots and an East London upbringing, Ghetts brings a fierce flow to the game like no other. His string of highly-acclaimed mixtapes and charting debut album ‘Rebel With A Cause’ helped to create the foundations for the new generation of grime to follow. He is one of the true pioneers of the sound.

The Newham rapper is over a decade into his career but is showing no signs of slowing down yet, preparing to release his newest album ‘Ghetto Gospel: New Testament’ later this year. The first single from the album, “Slumdog Millionaire”, sees him work his magic with Stefflon Don to create a truly addictive banger.

Steff isn’t the only big name Ghetts has worked with, having laid down the fire vocals on many a collaboration. As an ambassador for grime music and a highly sought after spitter, his time in the industry has seen him put out tracks alongside the likes of Wretch 32Rude Kid MusicDevlinChip and Shakka to name just a few.

Previously nominated for a BET award alongside world-renowned acts such as Giggs and Skepta, Ghetts isn’t here to mess around. With tickets going fast, neither should you