"Stand for something or Fall for Anything"
Hailing from Leeds, Ntantu is a UK Rap & RnB artist fusing his sound with African inspired music.
In 2018 his record “Love & Leave You” gave Ntantu his first real introduction into the music industry with an introducing playlist spot on BBC 1xtra. Recently he’s had success with his release “Pressure” that went viral on Tiktok racking over 1M views and counting, and over 485k streams on Spotify. The song was also supported by BBC Radio 1’s Jemma Bradley and Jeremiah Asiamah.
He has opened up for the likes of Young T & Bugsey, Rudimental, Ms Banks, Becky Hill, Pongo, Wes Nelson, Lethal Bizzle, Wretch 32, and D Double E to name a few.
Ntantu has graced some major stages over the past 3 years including support for acts at the Leeds’ O2 Academy and First Direct Arena. Followings his recent release success with the Tiktok viral song “Pressure (Oh My Goodness)” and his recent performances at Creamfields, The Great Escape and Nass Festival which went down a storm.
Ntantu also lent his voice voice to and featured in the bid campaign that helped to bring Channel 4's new HQ to relocate in Leeds. Ntantu has also represented UK Homegrown artists on the red carpet at the 2017 MOBO Awards held at Leeds' First Direct Arena.
2023 has already seen Ntantu on stage at Leeds' Headingley Stadium in front of 15 thousand people for the Leeds 2023's Awakening event.
This year Ntantu is set to release a joint project with Nigerian Rising start Browny Pondis titled "2 Worlds 1 Voice”.