Grime star Bizzle to play Bristol show

PUBLISHED: 07:00 23 July 2015

Lethal Bizzle.

Lethal Bizzle.


GRIME stalwart and self-styled entrepreneur Lethal Bizzle is set to entertain fans at a Bristol venue with his unforgettable Denchchat show.

Bizzle burst onto the UK music scene in 2003 as part of garage/grime outfit More Fire Crew, before stepping out as a solo artist.

He is best known for his hit single Pow! (Forward) and recent release Fester Skank, which enjoyed lots of airplay on BBC Radio One.

Bizzle has won several awards for his music, including a MOBO, and has supported the likes of The Enemy 
and Babyshambles on tour. He also appeared at the Live 8 benefit concert in 2005.

Aside from his music, Bizzle is well-known for his Stay Dench clothing range, which was established alongside ex-Arsenal footballer Emmanuel Frimpong, and counts Ed Sheeran among its celebrity fans.

He also founded the Dench Records music label and has recently taken his Dench Party club nights to a series of international destinations.

Lethal Bizzle will be at The Marble Factory in Bristol at 7pm on October 8.

Tickets, priced £15, are available online only via

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