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Inside Out Festival 2019: Sean Paul, DJ EZ, Bugzy Malone, Not3s, Hannah Wants, Wilkinson, Danny Howard, Red Light, Majestic
Sean Paul is undeniably one of the most instantly recognisable and popular voices in music since bursting onto the scene in 2000 and has continued his remarkable strike rate over recent years with a string of hits. This includes Cheap Thrills by Sia feat. Sean Paul, which has racked up 285million streams on Spotify and 1.3million sales on iTunes, as well as reaching No.1 in the US chart and over 14 other countries across the globe, and No.2 in the UK chart (staying in the chart for a total of 23 weeks).
The song ‘Rockabye’, by Clean Bandit feat. Sean Paul and Anne-Marie, spent nine consecutive weeks at No.1 in the UK singles chart and has been streamed 838million times on Spotify.
Make My Love Go by Jay Sean feat. Sean Paul has had 91million streams on Spotify, while Hair by Little Mix feat. Sean Paul has had 84million streams and Paradise by Matoma and Sean Paul, 40million streams.
In 2002, the album Dutty Rock (fueled by the massive hit singles Gimme The Light and Get Busy) went double Platinum in the UK and US with worldwide sales of over 3.4million, while 2006’s album titled Temperature reached x4 Platinum in the US with sales of over 4million. His most recent release is 2018's Mad Love The Prequel.
Over the span of his career, Sean Paul has worked with some of the world’s biggest artists including Beyoncé, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Busta Rhymes, Sia, Kelly Rowland, Enrique Iglesias, Dua Lipa, 2Chainz and Damian ‘Junior Gong’ Marley.
Aside from being a top performer, Sean Paul is a much sought-after music producer and has created music with several top Jamaican artists.
Sean Paul tour dates
Heralded as possibly the UK's best garage DJ, EZ drove to the top with his 'Pure Garage' albums and regular slots with Kiss 100.
DJ EZ tour dates
Wordsmith Bugzy Malone is fast developing a reputation as one of the UK's brightest talents. Dubbed ‘The Evil Genius’, Bugzy has amassed a loyal fanbase through the heart felt lyrics and knock out delivery displayed in his latest mixtape ‘The Journal Of An Evil Genius.’
Attributing his unrivalled focus and work-rate to his former boxing past, Bugzy’s scrupulous attention to detail makes him the unique artist he is today. His involvement in his videos, merchandise and image as well as music makes Bugzy the perfect fully rounded modern day artist.
Bugzy Malone tour dates
A young artist from Hackney, London who has been hailed as the next big thing in hiphop, but he also experiments with different genres. Attempting to build a whole new sound, he combines contemporary RnB with Afrobeats, rap, opera and pop music
Not3s tour dates
Miss Wants, notorious for her hard-hitting bass house style, is a self taught DJ from Birmingham. Over the past few years a new genre of house music has quickly risen to the forefront of the scene with Hannah securely taking the reigns as its leading lady. “Hannah Wants (aka Hannah Alicia Smith) is a star rapidly rising through the ranks not just in Birmingham but throughout the UK and beyond.” - Music Blog.
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Hailing from the leafy suburbs of South West London is Ram Records’ Wilkinson, hotly tipped to do big things across drum & bass and electronica. He has topped the D&B charts and received numerous daytime Radio 1 plays. He continues to tour worldwide from Sydney to Berlin, Barcelona to Brighton, with his dynamic and energetic DJ sets.
Wilkinson tour dates
Danny Howard currently presents Radio 1's Dance Anthems and was the winner of their 'Superstar DJ' competition in 2011. Danny has already notched up a list of enviable gigs, including playing at Space Ibiza, Ushuaia, a bi-weekly resident at Judgement Sundays as well as Judgement in Majorca.
Danny Howard tour dates
Majestic (real name Kevin Christie); house producer, garage MC and resident Kiss FM DJ started out as an MC performing on the North London nightclub circuit at just fifteen years of age. He rapidly broke through onto Garage pirate radio stations and forums gaining instant recognition, and was subsequently snapped up by international promoters to perform tours worldwide. Majestic has since crossed into a multitude of dance music genres from UK Garage to House to Drum & Bass and Dubstep performing with leading artists across the scene such as Sigma, DJ EZ, MJ Cole, Judge Jules, Micky Slim, Jack Beats, Laidback Luke, The Wideboys, Netsky, High Contrast, Loadstar, Shy FX, Skream, Prodigy, Nero, Jacob Plant, Craig David, Tinie Tempah, and Stormzy to name a few.
As well as a being named the “best live MC in the game’ by Radio 1 DJ Mistajam, Majestic has also made waves as an artist. His music releases have gained radio support from the likes of DJ Target, Pete Tong, Kissy Sell Out, Zane Lowe, Nick Grimshaw and Sara Cox. Majestic also caught the attention of Dubstep superstar Skrillex who sampled his legendary tune, “Ruffneck Bass” for the 2011 EP release More Monsters and Sprites, and has since had over 50 million plays.
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