Baby Blue brings reality, lyrical content and freshness to a music industry which is in desperate need. Named after her favourite colour, the lyricist sets herself apart from the new breed of wannabe’s by focusing her energy on her lyrical content. The South-West London native was introduced to hip hop by her older brother (radio MC ‘Bamboozle’). But it was only her relationship with a crew called ‘Tyme Squad’ at the age of 14 that she realised her musical talent lay in MC’ing, this proved to be the shaping of her career.
Nutty P grew up with his grandmother in West London. On Sunday afternoons after lunch, his grandmother would iron clothes and play reggae records, which later influenced him. He went to Hurlingham & Chelsea secondary school and gained an interest in music there. He then went on to further education at St. Charles Catholic Sixth Form. While studying there, he began to make music in his bedroom, working on his unique musical style and practicing writing. Soon, he gained the attention of Sony and began working with Big Brovaz on their second album.
In 2004, he took part in the Jump Off producer battle, where he was victorious and took with him £1000 and a large trophy. He put the money aside to continue building his home studio, which would later become The Bakery.
He is now one of the most dominating producers in the UK Hip Hop scene, due to his unique style of sampling but playing live instruments over it. His style can only be described as eclectic.
‘The Musical’ project saw both Baby Blue & Nutty P bring their talents together for this one project, which drew up quite a buzz from music fans.
Edited by w00sh on 13 May 2009, 05:36
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