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MC DT

'Do you Really Like it'

WE'RE LOVING IT, LOVING IT, LOVING IT

Known world-wide for his famous hook, 'We're loving it, loving it, loving it®' award winning MC DT is one of the UK Garage scenes pioneers. Exploiting his vocal talent from the tender age of 7, when he used to grab the mic at events such as Notting Hill Carnival and a selection of private and family functions (accompanied by his mum!)

This man delivers excellence everywhere he goes and is a MUST have for any occasion.

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SWEET FEMALE ATTITUDE 

'I BRING YOU FLOWERS'

An electronic music act from Manchester. They are known for the UK garage remix by Sunship of their track "Flowers", written by Martin Green a.k.a. Shine MC and Mike Powell, which reached number two on the UK Singles Chart in April 2000.

Party with SFA and you will not regret the booking

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MONSTA BOY

'SORRY'

'I can see my whole world changing'

UK Garage Act Monsta Boy, producer of the classic, "Sorry" which was released in 2000.

A show stopper for all occasions and special gatherings

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MC KIE

FLYBI

 

The Hero, It's MC KIE....

'The F, The L, The I, The B, The I, The Sparks..'

Mc Kie is known world wide, as one of, if not THE most, versatile, professional and commercially acceptable mc's within the UK Garage scene. He has been at the top of his game for the past 15 years . 

Tunes as follows: Fly Bi, Love Come Down, Flow, plus more.....

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DJ LUCK & MC NEAT

'WITH A LITTLE BIT OF LUCK'

 

British musical duo, mainly performing a combination of House & Garage.

They are primarily known for their 1999 single, “A Little Bit Of Luck”, which started as a promotional dubplate. The track peaked at #9 in the United Kingdom in January 2000. That same year, they released a cover of “Master Blaster (Jammin')” by Stevie Wonder, retitled as “Masterblaster 2000”, which featured the vocals of Justin Quinn, who is on a number of Luck & Neat's songs. The track was their highest British chart entry, reaching #5 in June 2000. Their version of Ollie & Jerry's “Breakin'... There's No Stopping Us”, retitled as "Ain't No Stoppin Us", reached #8 in October that year. The duo also made an appearance on Top Of The Pops performing their UK #12 track, “Piano Loco

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