The trumpeter kicked off their set with the fast paced ‘When I Was A Youngster’ that got the whole crowd racing. The boys were high energy, jumping around the stage and running back and forth like kids tapped out on sugar. At one point Sylvester lifted his singlet over his head and begun rapping through his top, which was met with wailing screams from the ladies.
Rizzle mentioned the duo’s good friend, Ed Sheeran, and followed that up with a cover of his hit, ‘You Need Me,’ sung collectively by the youngsters and the party-goers.
The boys rapped along to a 007 theme tune remix before treating the crowd to their Fatboy Slim produced tune ‘Mama Do The Hump,’ partnered with some loose choreography that had a few girls in the audience mirroring the duo on stage.
Soon after, Rizzle was instructing the crowd to raise their hip hop hand to the sky, whatever hand that it is! “I sound like a preacher man, but I f**kin’ am!” he yelled out laughing.
This mint act closed out their set with their hit ‘Down With The Trumpets,’ leaving the crowd moving their feet and wanting more from this contemporary UK twosome.
Written by Dan Morrison
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