“Nineties Boy is an unfeasibly ambitious and handsome Northern Rapper called Luke Chambers.
The talent, looks and determination are selfevidently there – along with a shrewd sense of
focus.” Tom Robinson – BBC 6 Music.
Tipped as one to watch by BBC Introducing and backed by the production of his younger brother AlexZander, northern rapper Nineties Boy burst onto the music scene in 2011 with the release of Chip on My Shoulder. Taking aim at some of the biggest names in UK Hip Hop, Nineties Boy was out to show that Hip Hop was ready to move Up North.
A successful 2012 saw Nineties Boy collaborate with Hull legend Endoflevelbaddie on Take Control. Not only was Take Control a huge local success, with the video reaching more than 10,000 views on Youtube, it was also featured on Radio 1xtra. With national airplay and a growing reputation, it was clear that Nineties Boy was ready for an even bigger 2013.
Backed by the eclectic production of his younger brother AlexZander on We Don’t Care & Belly Flop, Nineties Boy started the year with a bang when both singles were performed live on BBC Introducing. Due to the response to both singles and and his continual success on the national music scene, Nineties Boy decided it was time to step away from his job as an English Teacher and was invited onto ITV’s Calendar to discuss his music and this huge decision.
Nineties Boy’s next breakthrough came when Fresh On The Net and 6 Music’s Tom Robinson selected his summer single ‘Get It On’ as a ‘Fresh Fave’ and featured the single on the BBC Introducing Mixtape. It was clear from Tom Robinson’s glowing editorial, he believed Nineties Boy has everything it takes to be successful in the music industry.