P Money review: An unrivalled energy and an unmissable set

PUBLISHED: 21:34 27 May 2018 | UPDATED: 10:38 29 May 2018

Sunday Sessions at Norwich's Earlham Park. Picture: LEE BLANCHFLOWER

Sunday Sessions at Norwich's Earlham Park. Picture: LEE BLANCHFLOWER


South London’s grime veteran P Money has established himself as one of the most talented and lyrically capable MCs in the country.

Not many put as much energy into their bars as P Money.

Not only has he been flying the flag for grime since the early days of the genre, but he has also been a festival favourite for many fans for years.

This is due to his unique live sets which blends his immense talent as a grime MC with lively drum and bass and bassline beats.

P Money is also no stranger to performing in Norwich, as he’s been featured multiple times in the line up of the local sundown festival.

Despite being delayed for 20 minutes, P Money burst onto the Lockdown stage with an energy that was rivalled by no-one performing before him.

His set proved why his live sets are unmissable and why P Money has, for years, been one of the must see UK acts at any festival. Using a mixture of well known grime beats and drum and bass and bassline tunes to rap over, he created a truly electric atmosphere that not many MCs can conjure.

The packed out tent matched P Money’s energy from start to finish. Particular highlights included the introduction of P Money’s friend and fellow member of the grime group OGz and the special remix of the classic drum and bass song Mr Happy by DJ Hazard.

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