|Screaming At The Skies|
|Slips & Slurs|
|Back 4 More EP|
|Third Eye (feat. Harry Shotta)|
‘Consequences’ the first AR rap Experience written by Harry Shotta in conjunction with Playlines was recently launched at ‘The Future Of Storytelling Festival’ in New York. Harry travelled over there to network & promote the experience which ended up getting down to the final five nominations for Innovation In Storytelling. Watch for the experience touring the U.K. in 2019.
Harry Shotta recently dropped his latest mixtape ‘Screaming At The Skies’ an emotionally charged release which featured production from an all star cast of DNB and Hip Hop producers and vocal features from some of the biggest names in Drum N Bass and Grime. The Project was a much loved release amongst Shotta’s growing army of fans resulting in a fantastic chart position of number 7 in the I Tunes Hip Hop chart.
‘Space Ape’ have just launched their brand new game ‘Fast Lane’ & Harry Shotta is included as a character alongside some of the worlds biggest gaming You Tubers. Speaking on his Instagram Harry said ‘it’s crazy to think you start off spitting bars in your bedroom and you end as a character in a computer game. The journey is mad!’. To launch the game ‘Space Ape’ organised an amazing bus party on which Harry performed alongside long time collaborator ‘Erb N Dub’. The bus rolled through central London bringing vibes to the streets with an image of Harry & other You Tubers painted across it. Make sure you download the game, it’s out now!!!
Harry Shotta Links Up with Troll Station to run a Illegal Drum N Bass Rave on the London Underground!!!
Harry recently hooked up with on-line pranksters ‘Troll Station’ to run a Drum N Bass rave on the Bakerloo line in London. Alongside Disco Boy & Jarvis, Harry treated the commuters to a full on rave experience on their journey home from work. The stunt sent got the whole country talking with the likes of The Guardian, The Sun & The Daily Mail all reporting on the story which warmed the hearts of people of all ages and backgrounds across the UK. The video currently has over 7 million views on Facebook. To check the video on YouTube just click above!