Aiden finished ninth in the seventh series of The X Factor in 2010. Since his time on the show, he has relocated from his Blackpool hometown to London, writing and recording with various writers and producers.
Izzy Bizu is a singer/songwriter hailing from South West London. Born to an Ethiopian mother and English father she grew up listening to Ella Fitzgerald, Marvin Gaye, Betty Swan, Betty Wright and James Brownand. Bizu draws on these influences alongside newer influences Amy Winehouse and Adele to create a fusion of soul, funk, jazz and pop that sounds classic and brand spanking new all at once.
Nick Brewer is a keen observer of modern life. In between working on his material, Nick also works as a Youthworker in Essex. He quotes “I talk about what I'm experiencing right now, and the things I like about the life i'm living now and the things that I want to see change.”
Satisfying street culture seems to be the current musical climate amongst UK rap artists, promoting notions to young people have to fit in to earn cred with clothes, violence and money. Nick is a refreshing voice appealing to fans of the same rappers, but his lyrics explore something more than these stereotypical Hiphop ideals.
Nick Brewer stands apart from his peers, albeit non-confrontationally; here we have an artist who is willing to hold their hand up and talk openly about romance, humour and friends. On the live circuit, Nick Brewer evokes thought with his lyrical content with it’s honest, uplifting take on modern day life.
Led by phenomenally talented female beatboxer Bellatrix (winner of the 2009 Beatbox World Championships), this all-female a cappella vocal group explore extended vocal techniques steeped in jazz, hip-hop and soul sensibilities.