Last Weekend, Lympne, a Kent village with a population under 2,000 hosted Kent’s largest annual music festival – Southbeats.
The Golden State Warriors looked unbeatable last season and are now adding more talent to their already packed roster such as veteran guard Nick Young. Other teams in the NBA have now started to respond by making big moves for players themselves in an effort to take down a Warriors team who have dominated the NBA the last few years.
Here are some artists we think are due to blow up this year. Grime, R&B, Hip Hop and pop artists are all included in our list and we recommend you listen and check out all of these artists for yourself!
Wildlife festival, created by Rudimental and Disclosure, returned triumphantly for a third year to Brighton City Airport with a number of huge headliners last weekend.
In 2014, Leyton Orient were on the brink of the Championship, two years later Orient, who have spent 112 years in the football league, have dropped out of the football league and are struggling to survive. All because of their negligent owner, Francesco Becchetti who has saddled the club with £10 million of debt and is driving this historic club to the ground.
At a packed 02 arena, Leicester Riders triumphed over Newcastle Eagles in a high quality game. British Basketball has been steadily growing over the last few years and this spectacular event proved how far basketball in this country has come.
Last Year we wrote about Rejjie Snow, a promising young hip hop artist from Dublin in our article 10 Hip-Hop artists about to blow up. Now, as evident from his headline London gig on Friday, he has acquired a huge fanbase and has certainly become one of rap’s most promising and popular artists.
Huge investment in the Chinese Super League has created a new power in world football. Big names are now constantly being brought to China on extraordinary wages. Is it possible that the CSL will challenge Europe’s top leagues?
The 2016/17 Premier League season has been rich with surprises so far. From Pep seemingly feeling the pressure to the relegation battle, we are all loving another great season of ups and downs in England’s top division. Here’s cultivationuk’s mid season review of the most important events from the first half of an eventful season. We also look ahead to predict what will happen in the second half of the 2016/2017 season.