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Born as Timothy McKenzie to a large Hackney, East London, family of 10 children, Labrinth grew up soaking in the sounds of American gospel and studied bass, drums and keyboards. As a teenaged producer he crafted award-winning, chart-topping singles for urban English artists like Tinie Tempah, Ms Dynamite and Master Shortie. For his debut album, Electronic Earth, Labrinth sought guidance from multilayered Quincy Jones productions of yore and incorporated acoustic, eclectic and multidimensional elements into his own work. In addition to club bangers like the Auto-Tuned “Last Time” or the various synthed-out versions of “Earthquake”, Labrinth flexes bona fide vocal chops on his rendition of “Express Yourself” and the spare and emotional ballad “Beneath Your Beautiful”, featuring Emeli Sandé.

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This guy has got the formula to produce a hit track, emotive, party provoking & memorable - dance floor destroyers by the dozen!
Buy Now & Party now :)


Some real good music!

Let the sunshine will go down well in the summer :D




Born: 1989 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Simon Cowell knows more than a little something about how to succeed in the music business, so when Labrinth became the first non-talent show artist in six years to be signed to Cowell’s label, it rightfully made headlines. Born Timothy McKenzie, the London-based Labrinth first emerged as a triple-threat artist in 2008 when he wrote, produced, and sang on rapper Master Shortie’s 2008 track “Dead End.” A year later he was working with U.K. R&B artists Tinchy Stryder and Chipmunk but it was 2010 when...
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, R&B/Soul
  • Released: 30 March 2012
  • Parental Advisory

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