Hackney’s ‘Golden Child’ SNE is no stranger to the streetbuzz. Following the trap hit ‘Rico Rodrigo‘, the soulful ‘Tiana Major‘ and the recent collaboration with Nadia Rose on ‘Goku’; the East Londoner is back with ‘Sorry For The Wait’ and he’s not taking things calmly. Fully embracing his self-coined genre ‘Trillful’ blending a fusion of Rap, Trap and R&B soul SNE gives fans a dose of his street side.
Between 2009 and 2011, SNE gained a reputation as ‘Sneako’, a member of the Grime collective S.O.S (Sound of The Streets), performing at the BBC and taking well known stages such as Hackney Empire and the O2. Now a solo artist for the past four years, SNE has released a furor of tracks that have seen him rise to become a certified tastemakers ‘one to watch’ in 2016.
Verses filled with punchlines and intricate word play, as well as a diverse range of vocal ability and rap finesse has seen SNE gain a solid following online. Also focusing on creating ‘quality’ visuals to reflect his Trap, RnB and elements of grime sounds, SNE takes pride in his craft and pushes the art of every element. Gradually carving out his own lane within the UK scene, SNE looks sure to set the summer alight in the coming months and this well and truly sets the tone.
Entering 2016 on a high and with an arsenal of tracks ready to release SNE is back with a bang on this one and starts his takeover campaign hot off the back of his ‘Goku’ collaboration with Nadia Rose.