10 acts to watch at Wireless Festival
- By Hannah Mahony -
- Jul 04, 2012
Here’s hoping that the sun will make an appearance at this year’s Wireless festival - set to take place this weekend in London’s Hyde Park.
Virgin Red Room will be on site covering the heavily R & B influenced festival (holler if you see us), but in the meantime – here’s our top ten not to miss this weekend.
Arguably one of the nicest DJs in the UK, if not the world – not to mention his incredible music taste of past and present.
Hackney local gone huge – Timothy McKenzie aka Labrinth has been known to perform with a stellar live band.
8, Professor Green
The 'Professor' turned 'Pro' will no doubt attract a grime-seeking audience, and possibly some of the cast of Made In Chelsea. Don’t let that put you off though, dancing-a-plenty will no doubt ensue.
One to set the ladies a-swooning, the mellow tones of Drake is Saturday night’s main stage headliner not to be missed.
Having been a little somewhat quiet as of late, fingers crossed she'll be showcasing her new track 'The Keepers' (see below). But should she not, I’m still content with her chart-topping classics.
What better way to start the weekend than dancing with Deadmau5 on Friday night (followed by a serious fry up the following morning).
If you haven’t heard of Delilah thus far, remove the two below suggestions and place above all else. Her video to 'Inside My Love', should explain why.
2, Rita Ora
Because she really is hot right now (sorry – couldn’t resist).
1, Nicki Minaj
With her incredibly infectious rhymes and slightly ridiculous costumes (I’m holding out for fluoro-fever), Miss Minaj is top of my acts to stomp around in the mud to this weekend – and should be yours too!
Check back for all the post-festival Red Room coverage.