Feed’Em on Rapzilla’s 10 UK Christian Hip-Hop Artists To Look Out For In 2018

Feed’em is a grime artist from West London. What he does is in his name – feeding us with that real fire music. Shortly after being saved, Feed’Em, born Tracy Lenga begun to rhyme about his newfound faith to his non-believing friends. It wasn’t until 2015 that Feed’Em started to pursue music as a career with the release of his debut mixtape You Can Know The Half where his music business degree came in handy as he independently toured in the UK live gig circuit. Notable songs such as “God Gets The Glory” was nominated at Jump Release Music Video Awards and “Nobody Knows” was the track of the week on Premier Christian Radio.

His unique blend of UK Grime and mainstream Hip-Hop keeps his flow unpredictable giving his listeners something different each time. Feed’Em is doing music full time working for a premier black British Gospel record label as well as managing his own brand, Feed’Em Music Group. They are responsible for #FMGUK and Feed’Em Session.

Feed’em Interview

How would you describe your music?

“Primarily grime, just based on the tempo and vibes that I’m feeling right now. If you hear my mixtape there’s a lot of Rap and Hip-Hop influences there too, but sonically I would say hard-hitting, lyrical, and catchy. I like storytelling and being transparent with my music.”

When did you decide to pursue music and why?

“I guess it was a childhood dream that grew as I became older. Growing up in West London it was either you’re a baller, a pretty boy, a top boy, or music was the way in it. I resonated with the music more as it kept me off the street most times and I was a genuine fan of the culture. I gave up on Grime as I thought it wasn’t what Christians did, but desiring to speak to my people in a voice we can relate with led me back into music with a renewed purpose to feed the people.”

What should fans expect from you in 2018?

“I’m in the process of recording my best materials to date. I got a few more visuals I want to put out leading to my debut EP release. It’s conceptual but not the type you have to follow through. Every track is unique – tackling issues around the good fight and what it takes to conquer ourselves. I’ve got a Summer Festival Tour with my team #FMGUK hitting up different Cities in the UK.”

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