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  • XOYO 32-37 Cowper Street, Shoreditch, London EC2A 4AP (map)

Bay Area hit maker Bobby Brackins plays his first European headline show this July at London’s XOYO.

Amidst a wave of self-made songwriters, artists and producers, Oakland, California’s Bobby Brackins is at the crest. With over 25 million YouTube plays and international radio spins, the established soloist who has written for a litany of artists including Chris Brown, Nicki Minaj, Zendaya,Trey Songz, Dev, Jeremih, and Tinashe, is finally coming into his own as a soloist with a sharp pen and easygoing charm. Having co-written and produced Chris Brown’s Loyal and written Tinashe’s 2 On, Brackins has built his reputation as a certified hit maker.

He has recently released ‘To Live For’ the first in his trilogy of EP’s (To Live For, To Kill For, To Die For). The 10 track release which dropped May 2016 features all star features from the likes of Ty Dolla $ign, G Eazy, Jeremih, Eric Bellinger and Marc E Bassy to name a few.

UK Support comes in the form of...

TE Dness

TE dness is rapper hailing from West London who is a part of the the 6 Figure Music collective. After supporting some of the hottest rappers in the music industry including Future and Stormzy, the rapper has become well known for his energetic performances and crowd interaction. Whether he is rapping about reflective experiences or creating effortlessly alluring lyrics, TE's distinctive flow takes everyone on a musical journey in the most nostalgic way.

Hudson East

Hailing from North West London, Hudson has been influenced by music from a young age, learning to play the piano and drums before making the progression into writing, producing & recording his own music. As an artist he draws inspiration from his own personal life experiences, as well as also being inspired by a wide spectrum of artists ranging from Drake to British Rock 4-piece The 1975


Hackney’s golden child has been causing a stir in the scene dropping powerful visuals for his street hits over the past year. Adidas' newly chosen SNE (Sound Never Ends) is a patriot to his hometown of East London With dominant Jamaican roots and strong RnB/Trap influences, the young lyricist creates his own distinctive sound with witty punch lines and intricate word play, whist displaying his range in vocal ability.

Later Event: July 20