UK rapper, Tubby Boy spits creative bars on new video 'In My Zone'

All black with the team huddled around the droptop BMW. Yehbwoy ENT presents hiphop artist, Tubby Boy with his new bounce, "In My Zone".  Tubby brings a certain type of confidence to hiphop as he rides over an ill baseline. He is slick with words. He has a way to connect with the audience with dope punchlines as he switches his style from slow to fast. Tubby is also extra entertaining while flex'n hard doing his dance to his music.    

"In My Zone" is a single from Tubby Boy's upcoming EP, "Boogie Town" to be released Feb 2017. Follow Tubby Boy til then and read more about him below. Get Connected.  

Born and raised in South London, Croydon is 25 year old multi award winning Rapper ‘Tubby Boy’. Not a stranger to the stage, Tubby has been performing and showcasing his musical talent for a number of years beginning in secondary school and local borough talent shows. This early introduction to the art of performance has allowed Tubby to flourish into a versatile artist, entertaining crowds of a wide demographic & gender with his creative and eclectic sound.
After signing to YehBwoy Entertainment, production quickly began on Tubby’s debut EP entitled ‘BOOGIE TOWN’ featuring a range of new and established producers such as Gavin Kool (Diciples) and Lee Hazzard (credits include Ms. Dynamite, Flo Rida & the ‘Far East Movement’ to name a few).

Not only a musician, Tubby has also extended his skills into event hosting (UK Unsigned Hype) DJing [OnTop Fm] and the self-produced ‘HipHop vs The Nation’ which holds social debates discussing issues and areas of interest within in hip hop.

With several visuals planned and a London tour date in the works, 2015/2016 looks a promising future for the emerging artist with the lead single ‘The Breaks’ due to heat up the winter of 2015.

Speaking on his musical persona Tubby Boy says;

“My aim is to be an artist that brings back and continues to provide the feel good vibe into hip hop. I have a combination of ‘Oldskool’ with a ‘Newskool’ twist which I believe is a vital part of what’s missing in UK Hip-hop today”.

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