Natty
Wylah

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Booking team: Jack Clark
Assisted by: Sammy Gardiner
Natty Wylah is a rare find

BN1

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Natty Wylah
WHOAMI

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Natty Wylah
WHOAMI (Live at Brixton Windmill)

With a voice that engaging and an unquenchable fire in his belly, expect to hear a lot more from Natty Wylah in the future

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ABOUT
THE ARTIST

  • Natty Wylah’s rapping style constantly fluctuates from impassioned assaults to calming whispers
  • While his lyrics often tackle social issues like identity and ambition, he’s frequently drawn to the surreal
  • He has vivid dreams, and keeps a journal of their occurrences. “I like to notice the little synchronicities between waking life and dream life,” This atmosphere is evoked strongly on “FB Trap” in which his lyrics depict a hypnagogic scene of black mambas, acacia trees, and jabberwockys, over a live band instrumental of mesmerising jazz
  • The live band in question are members of Sunken, who Natty has been performing and recording with
  • Although stemming from hip-hop, this live instrumentation element injects it with richness, adding flavours of post-punk, jazz, and ambient. The band – which consists of keys, guitar, bass, and drums – accompany him for gigs. “It means we can get experimental during shows,” he says, “really thrash it out.”
  • Presented as one of Toddla T’s ones to watch for 2020 with a live Cipher on Radio 1
  • Forthcoming mixtape will land early 2020
Wylah doesn’t shy away from being honest and unfiltered

Word Is Bond

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Natty Wylah
Lover

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Natty Wylah
WHOAMI

Natty is the kind of artist that deserves success; and it definitely seems like success is on its way

TMRW