Professor Green – Fire In The Booth Part 2

Professor Green is the latest artist to grace the mic on the UK’s number one freestyle show, Fire In The Booth.

East London rapper Professor Green joined Charlie Sloth in the studio where he spat fire over three different beats. In fact, this isn’t the first visit on Charlie Sloth’s show for the Hackney rhymer. His first Fire In The Booth came in 2014, four years after his debut, Alive Till I’m Dead, dropped. Since then Professor Green’s career has progressed beyond music and onto the television screen. In 2016, he began to co-host Lip Sync Battle UK with former Spice Girl, Mel B. He’s also the patron for CALM, a charity aimed at the prevention of male suicide.

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Professor Green Delivers On Tour Promise

However, 2019 didn’t start the way the UK rap sensation wanted. While packing to tour, Professor Green had three seizures ending in a fall that left him with fractured vertebrae in his neck. Reassuring worried fans on social media, he said “I’ll be back in the winter with a bigger tour.” Keeping his promise to his loyal fans, Professor Green will tour the UK in November. He kicks the tour off in Oxford on November 16 and also finishes in his home city of London on November 28 at O2 Kentish Town. In between Professor Green will perform in Brighton, Birmingham, Newcastle, Glasgow, Sheffield, Leeds and Manchester.

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Matters Of The Heart EP

In September, Professor Green released the EP, Matters Of The Heart, a mix between mainstream and underground styles. Fresh off this release, he goes back to his roots of freestyling, with his choice and delivery of lyrics. Towards the end of the freestyle, he delivers the line “best fire in the booth since fire in the booth, we all know I’ll give evidence, right here is the proof.” Impressed by the emcee putting his flag in the ground, Charlie Sloth agreed with him, calling him a ‘savage’.

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