Tinie Tempah

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Win With Tinie Tempah

One of the UK's most innovative, credible and authentic artists Tinie Tempah builds towards the November 4th release of his eagerly anticipated second album 'Demonstration' with the new single 'Children of the Sun' which is out now on Parlophone.

No-one could have predicted just how huge a star Tinie Tempah would become. Following the release of his chart-topping, Labrinth-produced debut single 'Pass Out', and subsequent smashes 'Frisk', 'Miami 2 Ibiza', 'Invincible' and 'Wonderman', Tinie quickly became one of the most important performers of his generation. Not only the winner of BRITs, MOBOs and an Ivor Novello, his debut album 'Disc-Overy' sold over a million copies with the single 'Written In The Stars' becoming his second UK #1 as it peaked at #12 on the US Billboard charts.

He played every major festival the world over, from Coachella to Glastonbury, to the closing ceremony of the Olympics and supported everyone from Jay-Z to Usher and Rihanna, before selling out his own headline UK arena tour. Tinie wrote his own book, designed a clothing line, invested in a record label, rubbed shoulders with royalty, made mates with pop hierarchy and broke boundaries by appearing on the front page of The Times and GQ. As respected in the world of fashion as he is in music, he was even invited to a dinner to help promote the British Fashion Council alongside Prince Charles and Sir Paul Smith.

CLOSING DATE: Monday 11th November 2013 23:23

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