Meltout Crew Presents: Coops (High Focus), Stush & Summers Sons

Meltout Crew

Saturday 15th February
Meltout Crew Presents...

Meltout Crew return with another event in the live hootananny series after the last roadblocked event with Black Josh, The Busy Twist & Lakuna

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Coops w/ Full Live Band (High Focus Records)
Meltout Crew
Summers Sons & C.Tappin

Early Bird Tickets£5(+bf) / Advance tickets £7(+bf) / OTD £8

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High Focus rapper Coops will be performing live alongside his band for a very special headline show not to be missed. After SELLING OUT Jazz Café with support from Onoe Caponoe this one is looking to be a roadblock! Not many rappers can boast that their first ever live performance was at London’s O2 Arena, supporting hip hop legend, Nas. Such was the talent of Coops, who at 23-years-old won Choice FM’s Breakthrough Competition, and the chance to perform alongside one of his formative influences. Coops delivers high energy performances with a focus on uk hip-hop and never fails to get the crowd moshing.

Stush will be bringing the fire to Hootanannys this February, hailing from South London this Princess of the Underground first graced the garage scene in 2001 with her dance floor anthem, “Dollar Sign”. An undisputed raver's favourite, her debut set clubs alight up and down the country as the masses drew to her unique lyrics and melodic style. Stush has an eclectic style merging Garage, UK Funky, Grime and Reggae all into one. From this point onwards the momentum was incredible and within a matter of months, Stush was both a role model and icon for girls who warmed to her Cindy Lauper, “Girls just wanna have fun” attitude. In 2002 Stush signed a major recording deal with Universal and since then she has worked with premier music makers such as Wyclef and Needle’s, (50 cent, G Unit). With a promising career ahead of her and armed with a hit single under her belt Stush is destined for further success and after fine tuning herself as the UK’s most anticipated breath of fresh air the wait is now over and the return of Stush is finally here.

Summers Sons are brothers Slim (Beats) and Turt (MC) joined by C.Tappin on keys and vocals. Fusing hip hop and jazz the South London trio shine on stage with their unique sound. Fresh off the back of their third album and a European tour supporting Children of Zeus they will be returning to home turf playing a bag of exclusives and unreleased music.

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