ASBO Live: Krept and Konan

 
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Last night was somewhat of a moment for Grime duo Krept and Konan who played their biggest show to date selling out London’s Alexandra Palace. They played a sold out show which was filled with energy tunes and so much more.

The duo who has been rising in the game of Grime for a while now hit a career highlight for them. After releasing their latest album last year 7 Days and 7 Nights earlier this year they spreard their entreupurinal wings opening Creps and Cones their resturant in Croydon.

Celebrating their success of their career so far they put on a show last that was complete with visuals, lighting, flying (that’s right you read that right… flying) fire and of course a stellar bunch of guests that came out to the show.

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The show had the energy that kept the crowd going all night long. The production which really added to the atmosphere and excitement of the show had strong visuals which included interview snippets of Krept and Konan with Beats 1 present Zane Lowe as well as visuals from various songs and moments of the show. As well as various effects including them flying across the stage.

And adding to the production of the show the setlist was also on point with the crowd singing along to every song. Their setlist included songs from their catalouges including their album 7 Days, 7 Nights as well as their album Long Way Home. Songs inlcuded their tracks Falling, Crepes and Cones , Get A Stack, Wrongs, their hit single Freak of the Week, Chop my Money, Don’t Waste My Time, their latest track Pour Me Another One and more.

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Guest of the lines included the likes of Stefflon Don, Mo Stack, Stormzy and more who all came out to show support and love for the duo. Setting the whole place on fire the duo really brought their best show forward.

All in All the show was a moment for the two who have have been hustling for a while now. With this 10,000 capacity venue done it’s exciting to see what the duo will do next.

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Words: Seneo Mwamba

Images: Isha Shah

 
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