Still Greedy’s reputation has been exploding with his recent tracks ‘On My Own’ and ‘Rear View’. Supported by Link UpTV, GRM Daily, Tim Westwood and Spotify’s Rap UK playlist, the artist has also enjoyed two big moments of late. ‘Rear View’ was shown on the big screens in New York’s iconic TimesSquare, while Mo Gilligan picked ‘On My Own’ as his walk-on track for The Big Narstie Show.
Now Still Greedy again raises his game with his new track ‘All On Me’ – the video was premiered last night on GRM Daily. Reaffirming his gift for creating wavey melodies, the track finds him stepping up a gear by linking up with leading drill artistsSkengdoand AM. As a result ‘All On Me’heightens the energy of his recent tracks with a new found intensity.
Still Greedydescribes his music as “Wavey music that will make you move, motivate you and hold a positive vibe.”
Hailing from Clapham, south London, Still Greedy first discovered hip-hop through his older brother, who introduced him to legendary names such as DMX, 50 Cent and Method Man. After spending some time in Ghana with his family, Greedy returned to the UK and started perfecting his freestyling ability. He wrote and performed his first song ‘Nursery Days’ when he was just twelve-years-old. Discussing his early life, it became a favourite among his peer group.
Four years later, Greedydropped his debut music video ‘Money I Need’ and went on to collab with artists such as Sneakbo,LouisRei (WSTRN), Deekay and MularJuice. But it wasn’t until 2019that the singer and rapper – real name Theo Wilson– began to reach his full potential. Signing to DiceRecordings, he changed his artist name to Still Greedy and started building a fresh buzz on the back of ‘On My Own’ and ‘Rear View’.