This weekend thousands of people migrated to Sheffield’s buzzing city center for the annual inner city music festival which hosts artists, music and food. Debuting in 2009, Tramlines has attracted people from across the country desperate to see talent from alternative, indie, pop and world music to local as well as those globally known perform across 18 venues.
This year with the success of the urban UK music scene becoming much more mainstream, Tramlines was jam-packed with Grime, Tech, D&B artists and DJ’s throughout the day and night and I think it’s safe to say there was definitely a Grime Take over across Sheffield.
Dizzee Rascal Shut down the Mainstage Arena on Friday Night bringing it back to the old school with classic bangers with his Boy in Da Corner Album whilst also performing his new song Hype along with Singer Daniel Pierce.
Coco returned to his home town bringing back his old tunes and newest release ‘Big N Serious’ at the 02 Academy.
Novelist then shut it down with an unforgettable set along with Partners in Crime Fusion and DJ GrandMixxer tearing up the 02 Academy from start to finish.
DJ Flava D and 1xtra DJ Spooky bought Sheffield the hardest sounds for free at the no wristband!