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As Wireless Festival 2024 takes over Finsbury Park, London in July, get ready for one of the UK’s most eagerly awaited  rap and hip-hop music events to be bigger and better than ever. With a stellar lineup and unforgettable performances, across multiple stages this festival will keep you entertained all weekend. We've picked out some of our favorite acts from the Wireless 2024 lineup that you should definitely check out. Get your tickets here!!!

Doja Cat is a multifaceted American singer, rapper, and songwriter known for her genre-blending music and vibrant personality. Rising to fame with her viral hit "Mooo!" in 2018, she quickly became a mainstream success with chart-toppers like "Say So," "Kiss Me More," and "Woman." Doja Cat is celebrated for her eclectic style, catchy tunes, and engaging performances, making her one of the standout artists of her generation.

Rema is a Nigerian singer, rapper, and songwriter who has rapidly gained international acclaim for his unique blend of Afrobeat, trap, and pop music. He burst onto the music scene with his 2019 hit single "Dumebi," which showcased his innovative sound and vibrant style. Since then, Rema has continued to rise in popularity with tracks like "Iron Man" and "Calm Down," earning a dedicated global fanbase. His fresh approach to music and dynamic performances have solidified his place as one of Africa's most exciting young artists.

Tyla is a South African singer and songwriter who has quickly made a name for herself with her catchy Afro-pop and R&B-infused tracks. Bursting onto the scene with her breakout hit "Water," Tyla has captivated audiences with her smooth vocals and vibrant energy. Her music blends traditional African rhythms with modern pop elements, creating a distinctive sound that resonates with a global audience. As one of South Africa's rising stars, Tyla continues to gain recognition for her innovative style and engaging performances.

J Hus is a British rapper and singer-songwriter of Gambian descent, known for blending elements of afrobeats, dancehall, and grime into his music. Hailing from East London, J Hus gained widespread recognition with his debut album "Common Sense" in 2017, which featured hits like "Did You See" and "Bouff Daddy." His unique style and infectious melodies have garnered him a loyal fanbase both in the UK and internationally. J Hus is celebrated for his charismatic delivery and ability to effortlessly fuse various musical influences, solidifying his reputation as a key figure in the UK urban music scene.

Don Toliver is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter hailing from Houston, Texas. He gained prominence with his distinctive blend of melodic rap and R&B, characterized by his smooth vocals and introspective lyrics. Toliver first garnered attention for his feature on Travis Scott's track "Can't Say" from the album "Astroworld" in 2018. Since then, he has released his own solo projects, including the critically acclaimed album "Heaven or Hell" in 2020, which features hits like "No Idea" and "After Party." Known for his emotive storytelling and infectious hooks, Don Toliver has quickly become a rising star in the contemporary hip-hop and R&B landscape.

Gunna is an American rapper and songwriter known for his distinctive trap style and melodic flow. Hailing from College Park, Georgia, Gunna rose to prominence as a protege of rapper Young Thug and gained widespread recognition for his collaborations with artists like Lil Baby, Travis Scott, and Future. He gained significant acclaim with his mixtapes and albums, including "Drip Season 3" and "Drip Harder" (with Lil Baby). Gunna's music often explores themes of success, wealth, and street life, delivered through his smooth delivery and hypnotic beats, solidifying his status as a prominent figure in the modern hip-hop scene.

Kenny Allstar is a British DJ, radio presenter, and music producer renowned for his significant influence in the UK music scene. Hailing from London, Kenny gained prominence through his mixtapes and radio shows, where he champions emerging talent and showcases established artists across genres like grime, drill, and UK rap. His popular "Voice of the Streets" series on BBC Radio 1Xtra has become a platform for rising stars, contributing to the cultural evolution of British urban music. Kenny Allstar's passion for discovering new talent and promoting authentic street narratives has cemented his reputation as a key tastemaker and influential figure within the industry.

Snoochie Shy is a British DJ, presenter, and personality celebrated for her vibrant presence in the entertainment industry. Hailing from London, Snoochie Shy has made a name for herself through her infectious energy and versatile talents. She gained prominence hosting shows on platforms like BBC Radio 1Xtra and Reprezent Radio, where she showcases her passion for music spanning from hip-hop and R&B to afrobeats and dancehall. Snoochie Shy is also recognized for her engaging interviews and dynamic stage presence, making her a prominent figure in the UK's media and music scenes.

Known for playing pick-and-mix with a magnitude of genres, Keyrah’s eclectic approach to her curations allows her to seamlessly blend between a multitude of club settings and radio shows across the world. She steps away from the obvious choices yet always appeases the crowds. It’s effortless and refreshing. Since moving in 2019, the Birmingham born selector is fast-becoming a favourite in London’s competitive scene, she plays, crushes her set and does it all over again. There’s no gimmick. Every venue is her pitch, playing the likes of KOKO, Fabric and XOYO and hosting guest mixes for BBC 1Xtra, Soulection and NTS Radio. She’s kept crowds toasty for players like Jorja Smith, Sampha, Kaytranada and Mansur Brown and has been turning tables for brands such as Pioneer, Nike, Stussy, Hypebeast, Selfridges and LN-CC.


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