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The Cesspit : Killa P


Fri 11 Jan 2019, 10:00pm–4:00am

Where: The Sewing Room, Wolf Lane, 317 Murray Street, Perth CBD, Western Australia

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • Early Bird: $15.00
  • First Release: $20.00
  • Second Release: $25.00
  • Final Release: $30.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: invasionperth

Attack The Block & Invasion Crew link up to bring an exclusive Australian performance by Killa P (UK).

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Killa P Bio:
Killa P is a renowned MC in the grime world. Hailing from Brixton, he’s acclaimed for his unique patois style and hard lyrics. Killa P became known as one of the UK’s prolific MC’s while he was a member of one of the UK’s founding grime crews, Roll Deep. Contributing to many of Roll Deep’s releases including ‘In at the Deep End’, ‘Rules & Regulations’ and ‘Return of the Big Money Sound’, his style and flow led to commercial success and earned him a new generation of fans through his 2008 collaboration with The Bug on the seminal track ‘Skeng’.

Having found an audience in his own right, Killa P followed up this success with two self-released mix CDs—‘Killa Instinct’ and ‘Killa Instinct Volume 2’ in 2008 and 2009. Jump forward a few years and he was producing his own music in his home-built studio, working alongside producers and DJs including Chimpo and Sir Spyro.

He came back with the follow-up to the phenomenal ‘Skeng’ with a remixed/re-voiced version entitled ‘Leng’. As years progressed he kept up the work rate with regular releases and in 2016 featured on the hugely popular release of Sir Spyro’s ‘Toppa Top’ featuring fellow MC’s Teddy Bruckshot and Lady Chann. With no desire to slow down 2018 has seen him working with the likes of Sinjin Hawke, Scratcha DVA, FooR, Irah, Nonames and Silencer. 2019 promises to be just as busy for the legendary MC.

Killa P continues to be a formidable presence in the UK grime scene. He’s a regular performer at such festivals and clubs as Outlook and Fabric (London), and you may even see him on a Boiler Room set or two.

Tickets available from Moshtix on January 11th.