Bestival 2017 came, saw and conquered last weekend. The end of summer celebration brought several spectacular moments, including an epic headline set from legendary Hip Hop group, A Tribe Called Quest which Q-Tip revealed to be the group’s “last show… ever”. Undeterred by rain and winds, some of music’s most promising up and comers made indelible appearances. From R&B extraordinaire, Ray BLK to powerfully soulful, Rag’N’Bone Man right through to grime sensation, Nadia Rose, there was too much to be hyped about.
Get into the best of Bestival 2017 below.
1. Ray BLK absolutely did her
Trailblazing BBC Sound of 2017 winner, Ray BLK rocked the stage on Friday with hits off her mini-album, Durt, her catchy summer single, Doing Me, and a Fugees cover. Complete with sultry, saucy dance moves and fantastic energy, Ray’s set was an absolute hit.
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2. 3 words: House. Gospel. Choir
Not much else to say really other than this lot know how to get the crowd going. House Gospel Choir opened up the Saturday main stage show with an incredibly electrifying, fun set.
We got the chance to catch up with the collective bringing together two of music’s most uplifting genres. Watch our interview with the group, as well as clips from their main stage and Wuntu house sets below.
Nadia Rose is probably the most consistently exciting up and coming grime artist at the moment. Coming into the spotlight from appearances on SBTV two years ago, she has continually taken her career from strength to strength. She has topped this off with several strong performances throughout the 2017 festival run. A Nadia Rose set is a …