Singer, rapper and producer Geovarn rose to prominence in 2014 with his incendiary debut release, ‘4AM’. Built on raw and rugged hip-hop beats but complemented by a stunning vocal performance, it reflected the sensitivity of a gifted young artist struggling to break free from the gang culture that was dominating his local environment. Fast forward a year later, and the impressively dedicated artist has completed a course in Music Engineering, custom-built his own studio and recorded three more music videos. The beginning of that year saw the release of the irresistibly sensual ‘Your Way’, an instant hit that secured a spot on influential playlists across Kiss, MTV, and Channel AKA, while drawing praise from Charlie Sloth of BBC Radio and Capital Xtra’s Ras Kwame. Grime institution SBTV premiered the video, proclaiming Geovarn as the next big thing in UK music. As one of the leading lights within the #RnBrit movement, this London-based polymath has been generating serious buzz thanks to an idiosyncratic blend of R&B, grime and soul. Based around an emotive synth line and rolling, syncopated percussion, his 2017 single Skeng displayed his effortless flow and exceptional vocal talent. Leading to over six million digital streams and crucial support from GRM Daily, Complex, MOBO, and MTV, the track was featured in key broadcasts from Mistajam, DJ Target and Charlie Sloth. There’s no doubt that Geovarn is headed for big things. After a banner year that saw the artist win the Best New Music Act at IARA 2017 awards, perform BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Reading and Leeds stage and sell out tickets for his debut London show at Birthdays, Geovarn dropped his latest mixtape, Lost Files 2, in late 2018. Picking up over 250k streams on Spotify alone, the release has led influential selectors to dub Geovarn as “the UK’s Drake”. His debut full-length release, MEAN, was released in February 2019: described by GRM Daily as a “confident and cohesive offering that illustrates his talent and versatility”, the album has announced Geovarn as one of the UK’s premier talents and a dominant force in the urban music scene.