Date: July 30, 2022
Venue: The Grace
Address: 20-22 Highbury Corner, London, England, N5 1RD
Time: 20:00
Ages: 14+ | Under 16's to be accompanied by an adult.
Organized by: MARSM UK
Accessibility: Not wheelchair accessible.

Garnering millions of views via social media, and performing for the first time in London, the trap and rap artists Saint Levant and Bayou give a special show in the capital. 


Saint Levant is a Palestininan/French/Algerian/Serbian artist, born in Jerusalem, raised in Gaza and currently based in California. Kicking off his career in late 2020 with the help of TikTok and Instagram, the 21 year old/young artist has amassed over 150,000 followers and hundreds of millions of views. His first single “Jerusalem Freestyle” garnered hundreds of thousands of streams, followed by an even bigger success with the release of “Nirvana in Gaza”. 

While celebrating his musical successes, Levant struggled with maintaining a balance between his startup company connecting Palestinians to the diaspora to investment opportunities, his university obligations, content creation, political activism, podcasting and his personal life – which led to scattered musical output. However, the past 6 month has seen Levant dedicate himself to his art, releasing over 10 singles and taking the live stage for the first time. 



Hailing from Egypt, Bayou is a genre-bending vocalist whose eclectic sound nurtures a fine mix of Middle Eastern heritage, with pop, trap, and R&B. In 2019, Bayou dropped his first single Moonlight inspired by the enticing belly dancers of Egypt, which has grown to reach 1,500,000 streams. Since then, he’s gone on to make other Arab infused tracks such as King of Cairo, Persian Girl and Casablanca, all of which have garnered the attention of fans in the Middle East and the Diaspora. Receiving recognition from COLORS L’Officiel, Pause Mag SceneNoise and GQ MiddleEast, Bayou’s goal has been to shed light on the stories and sounds that the Middle East and North Africa has to offer.