Knucks Drops New Project ‘Alpha Place’ f/ Stormzy, Youngs Teflon, M1llionz & More

After much fanfare—and some next-level visuals for pre-release singles “Leon The Professional”, “Nice & Good”, “Alpha House”, and “Hide & Seek”—Knucks’ new project, Alpha Place, has finally arrived. And as an added bonus for fans, it also features his Breaking Bad-themed hit “Los Pollos Hermanos” from a few years ago.
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Knucks Recruits Stormzy, Shaé Universe, Ragz Originale & More For ‘Alpha Place’

Knucks’ highly-anticipated project, Alpha Place, has arrived! Led by singles like “Leon The Professional” and “Nice & Good” with SL, the 13-track project pairs clever wordplay and storytelling ability with grim, bass-heavy production. Ultimately, the South Kilburn native is able to build a soundscape that is unique to his story and talents. Along the way, he pulls an incredible collection of voices together in order to complement his sound. Stormzy, Shaé Universe, Ragz Originale, M1llionz, Sainte, Lex Amor and Venna.
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Look at this handsome fella. At the Met Gala 2022. What a night!. He was wearing his not uncommon wardrobe of dark clothing (even though this looks white to me hehe) glamorous white cape designed by Ricardo Tisci for "Burberry." So who is this handsome fella some like me may say.

Stormzy makes Met Gala debut: “It’s nice to shine today”

Stormzy made his Met Gala debut in New York last night (May 2), wearing a custom-made Burberry suit and cape. The Croydon rapper, who wrapped up his UK and Ireland arena tour last month, joined the likes of Billie Eilish, Jack Harlow, Olivia Rodrigo, Nicki Minaj and Anderson .Paak at the 2022 edition of the annual fundraising event at New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Saxons to Stormzy: Eight creative moments that defined their era

Art That Made Us – streaming now on iPlayer – reveals how creative works have played a huge role in shaping the story of the British Isles. The eight-part series explores dramatic moments of change across the centuries, ranging from warrior tales of medieval Welsh resistance through to Stormzy's iconic Glastonbury headline show in 2019.

Stormzy, Björk, Phoebe Bridgers and more for Montreux Jazz Festival

Switzerland’s Montreux Jazz Festival has announced its 2022 line-up, featuring Stormzy, Björk, Phoebe Bridgers and more. The festival will run from July 1-16 on the shores of Lake Geneva, and feature an all-new layout for 2022. As well as its usual two venues – the Auditorium Stravinski and...

Louis Theroux to join Stormzy on tour for celebrity interview series

Louis Theroux is set to interview Stormzy for a new BBC series. The six-part series, currently titled The Louis Theroux Interviews, will see the documentary filmmaker in conversation with some of the biggest names in entertainment. Stormzy will be the focus of the first episode, as Theroux joins him on...

Louis Theroux joins Stormzy on tour for new BBC series

Stormzy will be the first subject of a new six-part BBC Two series hosted by Louis Theroux, it has been announced. The show, which has the working title The Louis Theroux Interviews, will see the British presenter explore the lives of the grime artist and five other stars from the world of entertainment.The series promises to reveal “a unique and intimate portrait of some of the world’s most well-known personalities”.In the first episode, south London artist Stormzy will invite Theroux to join him at home and on tour, discussing his career to date, including the chart-topping albums Gang Signs...

Girl takes mum to Stormzy concert and she knows every lyric flawlessly

A girl 'trying to get her mum to Stormzy' has filmed the experience of taking the 66-year-old super fan to his concert on her birthday.Dressed up in a Stormzy shirt and lanyard, Alexandra Read's mum executed every single lyric during the performance flawlessly - and even waited for the rapper after the show to tell him how much she liked his music."God bless you Jill," the ‘Vossi Bop ‘artist said to her as he wished her a happy birthday. Sign up to our free newsletters by clicking here

Stormzy review, London O2: Grime’s most versatile voice delivers a blistering performance that was two years in the making

“Tonight’s my f***ing night,” Stormzy proclaims to a packed-out O2 arena on Sunday evening. He isn’t wrong. The south London rapper has been headlining festivals and selling out shows for so long, it’s hard to believe tonight is his first time playing the London arena. “I’m home,” he grins to an audience already on their feet. After all, it’s their night too. The majority of the 20,000 people in the stands purchased their tickets over two years ago. Delayed for two years, Stormzy’s tour for his second album, Heavy Is the Head, is finally underway.That record won over any doubters...

Stormzy brings out Ed Sheeran as special guest at London O2 during HITH tour

Stormzy is currently mid-way through his London dates of the Heavy Is The Head tour.The rapper, 28, took to London’s O2 arena on Monday, 28 March for the re-schedules dates, after the sell-out 2020 tour was re-arranged due to Covid.On Sunday evening, his first London date, the star bought out fellow rapper Dave, who he collabed with on single Clash.And on Monday night, it was Ed Sheeran who took to the stage as Stormzy’s special guest.The duo performed their singles Own It and Take Me Back To London.Click here to sign up to our newsletters. Read More Ukrainian band fighting in war ask Ed Sheeran if they can perform in concert remotelyGame of Thrones author George RR Martin issues invaluable adviceLady Gaga shares touching moment with Liza Minnelli during Oscars

Stormzy review – shock and awe

A superstar-size stage show very nearly distracts from the colossal charisma of the south London rapper. Hip-hop has a soft spot for statistics. On Audacity, a track full of pique at the impertinence of his critics, the rapper Stormzy lists the capacity of the venues he played on the tour for his debut album, Gang Signs & Prayer, as evidence of his supremacy in UK grime. “5,000 capacity,” it goes, “spread that over the UK and then add it up and get back to me.”

Kalvin Phillips shares backstage snap with Stormzy – Thursday’s sporting social

Sports stars and clubs across the world continue to provide an insight into their lives on social media.Here, the PA news agency looks at some of the best examples from March 17.FootballKalvin Phillips met Stormzy.Had to make sure I welcomed Big Mike to Leeds 🤩 what an amazing show 🙌🏽— Kalvin Phillips (@Kalvinphillips) March 17, 2022A huge boost for Leeds.🙌 "KP's back! Tell a friend!"— Leeds United (@LUFC) March 17, 2022Jordan Henderson hailed in-form Liverpool.Relentless.— Jordan Henderson (@JHenderson) March 17, 2022David Seaman relived a special day.Best birthday ever @LeeDixon2 🤣⛳️😃— David Seaman MBE 🇺🇦 SafeHands (@thedavidseaman)...

Stormzy: a powerhouse performer at the top of his game

Standing aloft a disc suspended by chains from the roof, hovering over the heads of a roaring crowd at Newcastle’s Utilita Arena amid bursts of pyrotechnics, Stormzy looked like the closest thing British pop has ever come to a superhero. Six foot five and bulging with muscles, the charismatic powerhouse led the frontline on a show packed with more special effects than a Marvel blockbuster.