hailing from Peckham, he is affiliated with the group SN1 and also known as Hollowman
Following numerous mixtape releases and a much-touted freestyle called "Talking the Hardest," Giggs made his full-length solo debut in 2008 with the independently released album Walk in da Park. Later in the year, he won the 2008 BET Award for Best U.K. Act, beating out popular favourites Dizzee Rascal and Chipmunk.
He subsequently signed a recording contract with XL Recordings and made preparations to release his major-label album debut, Let Em Ave It, in 2010. Returning three years later, Giggs released his follow-up, When Will It Stop, in 2013, which saw him working with the likes of Ed Sheeran, Anthony Hamilton, and Styles P. Giggs returned in 2016 with his critically praised third studio album Landlord, which reached number two on the U.K. Album Chart. After appearing on a pair of Drake tracks in early 2017, Giggs followed up with the Wamp 2 Dem mixtape in October of that year.
Giggs will close out Life 19 when he headlines on the Sunday night.