Introducing ... Chipmunk

Chipmunk

Name: Chipmunk.
Based in: Tottenham, North London.
Members: Chipmunk (aka Chip Diddy), real name Jahmaal Noel Fyffe.
Introduced by: BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra's Tim Westwood.
Sounds like: Teen spirit. Backed by Wiley, he's the future of UK grime, with a savvy entrepreneurial streak.
Performances for BBC Introducing: Maida Vale session, November 2007, Radio 1's Big Weekend, May 2008. Special guest appearance at Glastonbury 2009.

In the spotlight: Chipmunk

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Watch Chipmunk's breakthrough Maida Vale session for us in November 2007, and his follow-up slot at Radio 1's Big Weekend in May 2008:

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    • 1. At 3:57pm on 26 Sep 2009, duvjohal wrote:

      Hey Chippy is real tight on the mic. I love his style specially from such a young guy. He has the potential to be a UK Jay Z in the future.Wish him the best.

      Check out my music. My name is Duv asian mc. Peace http://www.myspace.com/luvelyduvely

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    • 2. At 5:30pm on 28 Jan 2011, cloud blue wrote:

      music is love

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    • 3. At 7:58pm on 20 Jan 2012, Nevaehs Angel wrote:

      Nevaeh's Angel is a Singer/ Songwriter based in South West London(UK) Nevaeh likes to help against 'Gun & knife Crime' & 'Say No To Drugs' to help raise awareness to the youth of today through her music. Nevaeh who has been given dreams and vision's from God, starting from a very young age.

      Check me out: www.reverbnation.com/nevaehsangel

      Twitter: @Nevaehs_Angel

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