A key player from the new wave of UK rap talent, south London rapper Sneakbo follows up on his massive hit single with Sing For Tomorrow, released on 11th June, through his independent record label Play Hard.
Having been championed by the likes of MistaJam, Semtex, Fearne Cotton and Huw Stephens and co-signed by Drake, it’s now time to impress with his forthcoming single Sing For Tomorrow featuring L. Marshall, who featured on Wretch 32’s top 3 smash hit ‘Traktor’;
The track shows a thought-provoking glimpse into life through Sneakbo’s eyes, showcasing his signature flow over a rock-influenced beat and heartfelt hook.
From Brixton, South London with his heritage tucked away in West Africa, 19-year old Sneakbo grew up heavily influenced by Afro Beat and Caribbean Music and a diverse range of artists including Tupac, 50 Cent, D’banj, Mavado and Linkin Park.
In 2011, Sneakbo stuck with full force and last single, The Wave, hit the top 50 and spent over 6 weeks on the BBC Radio 1 B-list, supported by Zane Lowe and with DJ Sara Cox making it ‘Record of the Week’.
As well as bagging the coveted opening slot for Rick Ross on his London date. Having clocked up over 20 million YouTube channel views in just over a year, and his latest mixtape, I’m Buzzin’, secured 5,000 downloads in just a day and a half; it’s proof, if proof was needed that there’s only one thing for you to do - join the wave.
2012 sees Sneakbo building on last year’s success and ready to prove himself to the masses as he finishes his debut album, released later this year.