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With millions of streams generated and sold out venues achieved, Shadey's drive and success as an independent artist is undeniable. Hit single 'Heaven' (Summer 2020) saw massive heights, accumulating over half a million streams in months of the release. Still Shadey has gone on to acclaim further accolades: from charting number 7 in Hip Hop Charts with 'Heaven' (Drill Remix), Number 2 in iTunes 'World' charts with Afro-beat single 'Blessings', to national radio recognition across BBC, Kiss FM, and Capital 1xtra. Still Shadey has been the recipient of several awards for Best Newcomer, Best Male, and Best Album category. Notably, he won his first Mobo Award for 'Best Gospel Act 2022'. 


Undeniably one of a kind, Mobo Award-winning Still Shadey is multifaceted entertainer and electric performer. Raised in the town which would birth some of our most distinct acts, he too will find himself recognised as one of Croydon’s precious gems. With millions of streams accumulated online, the British born (with Nigerian descent) would build his reputation from transparent and thought-provoking lyricism; serving fans with wholesome sounds covering an array of topic matters.


Spontaneous, and passionate in energy, Shadey brings his music to life when he performs, thriving off creating real moments with fans every time they meet. With numerous singles, EPs, and projects, the artist’s recent 'How to kill a Caterpillar' summarises well the ability and formidable depth existing within his creativity. 




Shadey's art and story has drawn attention from the likes of BBC, ITV, and various other national TV platforms. His music has been heard across national radio platforms, and has travelled internationally across over 79 countries. The performer has graced the stage in venues such as London OMERA, The 02 arena, Boxpark, Brixton Jamm, and more. Opening up and supporting acts like Hardy Caprio, Guvna B, One Acen, and international Rappers Bizzle, and S.O. He also has been performed in much more "purposeful" grounds, such as House of Parliament, and delivered pieces in hundreds of Schools and Prisons across the country.

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"Shadey perfectly encapsulates the album’s themes through poignant bars" - WORDPLAY MAGAZINE

"Still Shadey delivers a heartfelt performance ripe with vivid imagery of his journey" - THE WORD IS BOND

"Shadey gave an electric performance and when he spoke, it was clear to see why." - THE SOUND DOCTRINE

"The crowd was something you just had to experience. When you have this calibre of artist and this type of music, it doesn’t take much to get them to be lively." - THE SOUND DOCTRINE

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