Da Flyy Hooligan

Hailing from North-West London, Da Flyy Hooligan is one of the most dynamic writers that the UK has ever produced. A natural born divine styler, his use of detailed story telling, unique voice and cerebral rhyme techniques are why Hooli is flyness personified.

Hooli came to the UK from Nigeria in the early 90s, and he embedded himself into hip-hop culture before the plane engine could even cool down. Shortly after, he discovered his lovefor the written word and put pen to paper. His calling was crystallised a few years later when he was backstage at a Public Enemy show in London when P.E. frontman Chuck D invited Hooli on stage to drop some rhymes. Hooli rose to the occasion, captivated the crowd, and earned his respect.

His prolific discography includes critically acclaimed releases such as S.C.U.M, FYLPM, Ben Kingsley and more. On the one hand, the music feels like a mix of a bare-knuckle dust-up with Kimbo Slice at a five-star fine dining establishment. On the other hand, listeners are treated to boutique bars that make them want to spend money and save lives at the same time. As a travelling man, Hooli's worldview is broad. He's known for pulling fly capers on stages across Europe and America on the regular. Passport stamps aside, Hooli has received stamps of approval and traded bars and shared stages with many of Hip Hop's elite rhyme writers, including the late, great Sean Price, Westside Gunn, Conway, Hus Kingpin, Westside Boogie, Immortal Technique and Planet Asia.

Da Flyy Hooligan has earned a thoroughbred reputation in the Hip Hop circles where skills still matter. His penchant for kaleidoscopic wordplay with supreme cut delivery continues to enthral listeners, blunt heads, fly ladies and prisoners. He leads the charge for a new breed of emcees who rap exceptionally well, have a runway-ready fashion sense, and eat Michelin meals for snack time – Written by Christopher Mitchel


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