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After Giggs brought out Drake during his performance last year, we didn't think Wireless would be able to top that spine tingling moment. The biggest names in the music industry right now are hip-hop stars in the U.S.A and London is about to have pretty much all of them in July. Not only that, but homegrown talent, grime and UK rappers making serious waves right now will be there too.
Getting to the the festival grounds at Finsbury Park in North London is simple; with multiple tube lines running by frequently there shouldn't be a problem. However, with severe delays expected at Finsbury Park station, we recommend getting the Picadilly Line to Manor House Station and walking.
Friday: Kicking things off, the amazing Cardi B. She's pure, unadulterated, rap talent. The Migos mumble rap trio are touching down in the capital too on the Friday and is Tiga and Tory Lanez. Repping the UK we have Manchester's very own, Bugzy Malone and London's, Headie One.
Saturday: Day 2 we'e got Travis Scott who played at the SuperBowl halftime show in February. Future, Lil Uzi Vert, and Young Thug completing a truly spectacular billing of trap stars. Ambush and Stefflon Don are our picks of the day however, two gifted musicians in the UK making movements across the Atlantic too.
Sunday: If that wasn't enough, the biggest name in Hip-Hop right now, an innovator and lyrical genius, A$AP Rocky finishes off the festival. "Black Beatles" rappers, Rae Sremmurd bring the Sremmlife to London. Plus, another Atlanta export, Lil Baby was voted the city's Rapper of the Year by Fadar. Don't miss AJ Tracey, Not3s, and Lowski, these three are seriously killing it in the UK right now.