In 2016, he released his debut EP, ‘Full Moon’, before pushing his genre-fusing skills further, experimenting with an Afrobeats sound, the results were vibrant and contagious; Yungen’s collab ‘Bestie’ in 2017, saw Bane reach no. 10 in the Official Charts. Yet it was his dancehall-infused remix of Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape of You’ that truly cemented his status as one of the most exciting new talents around, landing him a BBC Sound of 2017 longlist nod. The hits kept flowing. The following year, instant party-starter ‘Vroom’ scored him another top 30 and ignited dancefloors across the globe.
A European and two UK tours later, Bane sold out Brixton Academy in 2019 in a wild performance attended by Wiley. Gracing stages from Disturbing Ibiza, to supporting Nicki Minaj’s UK tour & Wizkid, Bane’s live shows constantly draw in international audiences.
Bane dropped an impromptu mixtape this year, ‘Quarantime: The Lost Files’ with features from Headie One, D Block Europe & M Huncho, an unapologetic showcase of his commitment to his own musical acuity.