PIT LONDON PRESENTS: KEEYA KEYS - 20 FOR 20
North London’s Keeya Keys finally brings his unique brand of culture and music to the mainstage with his first ever headline show! In association with the world renowned Bush Hall and cultural innovators The Pit London.
Ranging from Grime, Afrobeats, Drill & Hip-hop, Keeya Keys’ range is unmatched for a new artist. His debut single "Your Loss" generated a huge buzz which led to him following up with "RUUD" produced by the production group 4PLAY and mixed & mastered by the UK’s king of production - JAE5. Having been a professional footballer, it is clear to see that Keys’ passion for the beautiful game has a big influence on his music, as seen on his UKG banger “442” with UKG King Conducta!
Now a mainstay in the culture he has amassed amazing numbers on YouTube with his latest GRM Daily premiered freestyle “Accraholic” which currently is on 850k+ views. The video also features afro-bashment group NSG who have been incredible mentors to Keys throughout his musical journey. He boasts impressive stats such as 4M+ Spotify streams (all-time), along with 1M+ Apple Music streams and over 3.2M Youtube views, since 2020 alone.
Not just a musician, Keys has become a voice in the scene regularly going viral on Twitter, Tik Tok and Instagram. Now he brings his remarkable brand of culture, lifestyle and music to the stage.
The Pandemic has not slowed the vibes as The Pit London have teamed up with the esteemed Bush Hall to bring you a unique live experience of urban music! Not just a lifestyle brand, The Pit London stems from their Live series - shining a spotlight on underground UK artists and providing a support system for artist growth and development. Past events have been held in prestigious venues such as Notting Hill Arts Club, Oval Space, Camden Assembly, Boxpark and KOKO, as well as working with performers that have gone on to achieve worldwide success! Notably Tiana Major9, Jerome Thomas, Kadiata, Sophie Faith + many more. The Pit London curate eclectic line-ups celebrating a range of genres, from R’n’B and Neo-Soul to Hip Hop and Grime, this is music leaving an imprint.
Originally built by a publisher in 1904, Bush Hall has enjoyed past lives as a soup kitchen in WWII, a bingo hall, a rehearsal space for the likes of The Who, Adam Faith and Cliff Richard in the late ’50s/‘60s, and finally a snooker & social club in the ’80s/‘90s, before being restored to its former musical glory in 2001 by present owners Charlie Raworth & Emma Hutchinson. Throughout 2021, Bush Hall celebrates it’s 20th year of being a renowned music venue, by putting on London-based artists and performers through impressive showcases.
Hakkz is a rapper, singer, producer, songwriter from Dagenham, East London. Hakkz is known for fusing various music genres such as afrobeats, hip hop and bashment. His breakthrough in the scene can be attributed to his 2018 singles 'Nobu' and 'Hypnotized' which gained success as both songs show his versatility as he seamlessly glides from rapping to singing melodies. Featuring on Jay1’s debut project ‘one Wave’ is a highlight to date, coupled with successful releases during the year, Hakkz is showing his creativity. Having gained support from the likes of Kenny Allstar, DJ Target and DJ Ironik, Hakkz is a talent that is ready to take the industry by storm.
From being a bedroom producer from Manchester to stepping into the studio with the likes of T.I., Travis Scott and Young Thug. The whirlwind success of July 7’s story is grounded in hard graft. Treading the same path as his heroes Pharrell and The Neptunes, July 7 has built his own sonic world that sets him apart from his peers. The number seven, after all, is the number of perfection.
DJs on the night include Reprezent’s Pharoah G and our very own Jojo. Scully will be bringing the vibes
The Pandemic has not slowed the vibes as The Pit London have teamed up with the esteemed Bush Hall to bring you a unique live experience of urban music!
Presented by Bush Hall.
This is an 18+ event