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Whilst he should not be defined by it, the infamous Wooo Riddim beat and what followed was not only a special moment in the UK’s urban movement but moreover, it reenergised a whole scene into the chart-topping, platinum-recording, sold out tours we are seeing today. The track, which was graced with the tranquil vocals of the legendary D Double E, was produced by a then, 17-year-old producer S-X, hailing from Wolverhampton, UK. Since, his resumé is arguably the envy of any producer, with credits on Lil Wayne’s YMCMB, Childish Gambino and many more.
His style as a producer had been well-defined by the time he stepped towards the mic. Whilst it’s no easy task to take such a step, his transition into singing has undoubtedly been eased through the full-creative freedom he now experiences. Less than a year later, he’s preparing to perform at his first ever headline show.
S-X has built a new opportunity to further establish himself, yet again, as a catalyst of a shift the sound of the UK’s underground, and with his recent efforts, from the 2017 project House Clothes to the latest single, Plans, it’s clear he’s well on his way.