His biggest headline show to date
Elli Chappelhow

13:08 19th March 2019

Self-proclaimed ‘genre-less’ artist Yxng Bane filled out O2 Academy Brixton with his soulful, suave R’n’B tunes on Friday (15 March). Flitting between hip-hop, dancehall, afro-trap to name but a few, he juggles multiple genres with an ease that certainly pleased the crowd. 

The East-London native epitomised the effortlessly urban style he has come to embody, wearing his furry hooded coat open with nothing but a solid six-pack underneath. He has buckets of charisma and a flirtatious attitude - iPhones and their respective torches were held up like a beacon of light in the sea of teenage girls at the barrier, who lapped up his cheeky demeanour. The sold-out crowd were certainly treated to a hell of a show - Yxng Bane knows how to work an audience like a seasoned pro. 

Our photographer Tom Russell was in the pit to capture all of the action:

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Photo: Tom Russell