- 1. Xploder - Out of this world (Agent X Galaxy Remix) 3.33 654 plays
- 2. Xploder - Out of this world 4.16 380 plays
- 3. Xploder - Out of this world (Taiki and Nulight Remix) (TRAPHOUSE) 4.38 274 plays
- 4. Out Of This World (Agent X Remix) (UKG) 4.51 135 plays
- 5. Xploder - Out Of This World (Prince Rapid Remix) 2.56 158 plays
"A great start on the road to a potential dynamite career" DJ Mag
Hailing from the East London Grime scene, aspiring artist Xploder is about to embark on his musical journey, with a transition of style from boy to man, underground to commercial. The name alone may seem intimidating to most, but it’s simply just an expression, for the unexpe
cted talent Xploder embraces within his inner shell. As quite a reserved individual, he is known to astound music lovers with his explosive lyrical energy and musical abilities.
The progression of Xploder’s previous two singles “Don’t
Trust You” and “So True” has brought him new fans, as well as entertaining old ones. He is now ready to unleash his forth-coming EP “Line of Fire”, which has already gained support from radio stations such as BBC 1Xtra, BBC Radio 1, Kiss 100 and Choice FM following the “Fly like a G6” remix he did to give a fans a taste of what’s to come.
Xploder is said to be the artist who will ‘up the levels’ in the UK Urban scene for 2011. His innovative music has a mixture across different genres, creating an alternative sound. With personal influences from a varied list of artists, such as Dizzee Rascal, Coldplay, Jay-Z, Ludacris, Michael Jackson, Nas, Outkast, Stevie Wonder and UB40, he is definitely set to establish a new niche in today’s music market.
Having been on the musical circuit for the past 4 years, Xploder has gained a huge amount of exposure. He initially started rapping, producing his own material, then going on to become a member of the infamous, 'Highly Rated Camp.’ Within this urban collective he was able to further his musical talents alongside his best friend Beckz Winter and brother 'D.Dark.’ The success of his music, independently and as part of the Highly Rated Entertainment company he was recognised across the underground scene, with many appearances made on UK pirate and internet radio stations such as Mystic, Deja Vu, Rinse, Heat, Axe and Manic. The breakthrough across the underground market, also lead to appearances and airtime plays on commercial radio stations.
He experienced an explosive 2012; supporting Chase n Status on stage at Eden Sessions and performing at the O2 Islington Academy for MOBO alongside Lady Leshurr and Clement Marfo & the Frontline. Xploder also took to the mic for BBC Academy Jam Sessions and BT London Live, as well as a stand-out performance highlight at BBC Radio 1's Hackney Big Weekender on the BBC Introducing stage, which was the only performance to be stream live on TV from the stage.