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“If success is rewarded by hunger and hard work then it will come as no surprise that Harry Shotta is now recognized as one of the most gifted, prolific and versatile MC’s in the UK”.

In 2017 Harry won for the second year running the coveted ‘Best Lyrical MC Award’ & ‘The Best Music Video’. With a global popularity, having played all across Europe, Russia, Australia and Canada the awards were a great response from the fans worldwide.

Another recent highlight was appearing in this year’s 2017 Guinness Book Of World Records for his record Animal : ‘Most Words In A Single’. “This is purely about pushing our art & having fun”, Harry told website UKF.

Harry’s social media platform continues to very active and grows day to day with Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Soundcloud posting the latest news, music and live appearances, while always maintaining a dialogue with his followers. Click on to YouTube and you will find pages of music video’s and live performances on BBC Radio 1 & BBC 1Xtra, SBTV, JDZ Media and so much more….


Having achieved a 2.1 BA Hons degree in Commercial Music at Westminster University, Harry has been invited by The Academy of Contemporary Music in Guildford & Notting Hill Academy of Music to do a series of talks to the students. Harry also has been very keen to run music workshops for younger schoolkids which is close up and satisfying.

Recently Harry spearheaded a new PR Campaign for the global charity WaterAid which saw nearly one million people view his documentary video on UniLad.

Currently ongoing, Harry is involved in raising money for a cancer support charity, The video titled ‘Clash of The Season’ is a fun take on Rap battling and features Harry, Heavy D, MR.DT & Troopz from Arsenal Fan TV.

With the release of the successful Harry Shotta Show album, there is lot’s of new music in the pipeline. With an eye on new digital platforms, Harry has new work-in-progress projects where AR / VR & Mixed Immersion, and associated technology will be used.

Finally, London just experienced it’s first Drum & Bass Rave on London’s Underground on the Bakerloo line. The video, now approaching seven million views attracted a massive positive response from the people, the daily press even the Police, and showed the people of London coming together to see the light side of this escapade.


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