Feed’Em is an Independent UK artist, radio presenter, and social activist. His passion and innovation have created a number of platforms and opportunities for other creatives whilst carving a lane for his own artistry. Inspired by Matthew 4, Feed’Em aims to feed the culture with the message of faith. His style of music is a seamless blend of the UK Grime and Hip-Hop; you can expect to hear some hard-hitting beats, complex rhymes, and captivating lyrics.
His debut Mixtape “You Can Know the Half” (2015) served as a tool to share his story and profess his newly found faith. Notable song such as GGATG was playlisted on BBC Radio and nominated at Jump Release Music Video Awards (2017), he was awarded a PGM-Award for his contribution to the independent UK music scene that same year. Whilst releasing music Feed’Em’s innovative brands, Feed’Em Session and #FMGUK became influential as a place to break through and discover new talent. From monthly radio shows to annual tours.
By 2018 Feed’Em released his breakthrough EP Murder The Flesh, a huge 9/10 from Cross Rhythms and 7.5 from OMITM, he has since toured the UK and received his first international gig in Holland. Leading tracks “Keep that” and “That’s where I be at” featured on Rapzilla. His path to the industry has been far from glamorous. As a troubled child, an opportunity to participate in a NEET (young people Not in Education Employment or Training) music course propelled his desire to work in music management, following his passion Feed’Em born Tracy Lenga graduated with a First Class honors at London College of Music.
Currently working behind the scenes at Zoe Records and teaching music to 13-19-year-old on a gang prevention project with Divine Purpose Charity. Feed’Em (feed them) stems from Matthew 4:4, “man shall not live on bread alone but every word that comes out of the mouth of God”. The aim is simple to feed the culture and be a positive influence.