A Brand New Music Festival and Island Getaway is here for 2019.
All surrounding Take Off Festival's main event is the Beach Festival in which AJ Tracey will be headlining.
Headie One, formerly known as Headz has the spotlight shinning on him right now. With his catchy adlibs on everyone's tongue, unique flow in everyone's ears and his distinctive stance before everyone's eyes, I don't see this changing anytime soon.
It all started back in late 2010/early 2011 where he first made an appearance in the scene delivering solid verses on tunes such as 'Youngers From Farm', 'Bang For My Set' & 'Wood Green Diss'. These 3 bangers along with some freestyles with fellow Tottenham affiliates gave Headie a buzz in the uk rap scene. In a ploy to capitalise on this he released his first mixtape called 'Headz Or Tails' which definitely had the streets talking. Be sure to watch the video for 'On sight' the anthem from the mixtape.
Like Rv, Headie too had run in's with the law but he didn't let it effect his career, in fact he used it to his advantage, listened to various different types of music, studied the scene and created his own sound. The first time we got to witness this was on the mixtape 'Sticks & Stones' which was recorded after his second stint in jail. The absolute banger '4 and a half' set the bar and gave us a taste of what to expect from his new music as this is the first time we heard his new flow and adlibs. Another track from the mixtape 'Off Your Melon' Ft Kash has done well virally and accumulated over 75,000 Soundcloud plays. Sadly, Headie was incarcerated for a 3rd time when the tape dropped but came back with a bang when he was released in January 2017 with the tune 'Losses & Winnings'. It seems like every time he goes to jail he gets better but we hope to never see him locked up again!
From the young age of 15, Headie was showing his versatility with tunes ranging from rap to RnB and bashment, this hasn't stopped in the slightest. Rv & Headie have got the drill scene in the palm of their hands and have reverted back to standard UK rap aswell as venturing into the trap music genre with songs such as 'Roof' being premiered on Mixtape Madness. Clips previewed on Snapchat also suggests Headie has an afrobeats type track for the girls coming soon.
In a short space of time Headie has validated himself as an artist and is already listed in most peoples top 5 favourite rappers. Headie One is defo a name you'll be hearing a lot in 2018.
Tue Jun 25 2019 8:00 PM - Sun Jun 30 2019
(Doors 8:00 PM)