22/11/2019 - 22/11/2019


Since breaking through with street anthem, Talkin’ Da Hardest, over a decade ago, Giggs has cemented himself as not only the reigning king of British rap, but also as one of the most vital and exciting artists around. His distinctive flow and creative wordplay - coupled with the ability to traverse hardcore rap, grime and hip-hop - has won critical acclaim, commercial success and a growing army of loyal fans. Giggs has released five studio albums - each bigger and bolder than the last - a slew of mixtapes, performed all over the world, and collaborated with several high profile peers, including; Ed Sheeran, 2 Chainz, Mark Ronson, Skepta, and Popcaan. Giggs’ 2016 album, Landlord, charted at #2, and includes huge singles, Whippin Excursion and Lock Doh. Following the album’s release, Giggs hit the road for a long overdue debut headline tour, culminating in an incendiary sold out show at London’s Hammersmith Apollo. Giggs’ fans include Canadian superstar Drake, who sought out the Londoner for his 2017 More Life release, resulting in stand out track KMT, a mosh pit-inducing club hit and car stereo essential. Later the same year, Giggs dropped his own full length mixtape offering, Wamp 2 Dem which, like Landlord before it, reached #2 on the UK album chart. In between his own releases, Giggs has maintained a healthy presence thanks to an unrelenting stream of impressive guest features, including tracks with; Theophilus London, Tempa T, RA, Mr Eazi, P Money, Tiny Boost, Sneakbo, Da Beatfreakz, Richard Russell, Lily Allen and Swizz Beatz. Showing no signs of slowing down, 2019 is already looking like another vintage year for Giggs. His latest album, BIG BAD…, landed in February and reached #6 in the album chart. The record includes standout singles 187 and Baby, and guest appearances from Labrinth, Jadakiss, Ghetts, Lil Yachty, French Montana, Swizz Beatz, Wretch 32, and others. Giggs was nominated in the British Male Solo Artist category at this year's BRIT Awards, and his forthcoming shows across the UK and Europe will be his biggest tour yet.

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