Feed’Em is an independent artist, radio presenter and social activist from London, UK. He uses Grime and Hip Hop to relate a message of faith. Feed’Em has toured the UK and Europe independently reaching thousands of people at festivals and schools. He inspires people to make positive choices and uses his platform to encourage others to share their talent.
Over the years Feed’Em has released 2 solo projects, You Can Know the Half mixatpe and Murder the Flesh EP. His music has featured on BBC Radio, and has thousands of views and listens across YouTube, Spotify, and Apple Music. Not only is Feed’Em a musician, he is a First Class Music Management graduate who works with creative and youth to help them grow in their artistry and personal development. He is currently working with Brent Education Outreach Network to go into schools to share his inspirational story, run a music workshop, and perform live. Some of the students that have been a part of this have had the opportunity to gain further experience on his radio show and performed as opening acts on his annual #FMGUK Takeover Tour.
Feed’Em is passionate about helping people grow in their purpose, whether that is within schools, clubs, festivals, and churches. His mission is to inspire and equip through his music and his platform.
Currently working behind the scenes at Zoe Records and teaching music to 13-19 year-old on a gang prevention project with Divine Purpose Charity. Feed’Em (feed them) stems from Matthew 4:4, “man shall not live on bread alone but every word that comes out of the mouth of God”. The aim is simple to feed the culture and be a positive influence.