Part of Roundhouse Rising, our festival of new music. See the full line-up here.

Expect a night of velvet soul vocals, surprising indie-pop performances and old school influences from this line-up hand-picked by BBC Introducing, featuring East London rapper Priincess Kemz, 20-year-old MC/Rockstar Master Peace and vocalist Greentea Peng.

Greentea Peng, psychedelic soul songstress,will take us on a thought provoking journey with honest lyricism and broken flows, through sunshine rhythms and heavy sounds.

Master Peace was raised on a diet of The Cure and The Smiths and inspired to write music after watching N.W.A biopic Straight Outta Compton. This mix of influences have helped carve his intriguing brand of indie-pop and charismatic MC-meets-rockstar performance. He heads to Rising Festival fresh from packed-out sets at some of the biggest festivals of the summer and following the release of his debut single Night Time, described by Clash Magazine as “a superb blast of arid noise”.

Priincess Kemz will open the show with sultry R&B and old school rap and hip hop style.


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