S-X is coming of age.
The Wolverhampton star - real name Sam Gumbley - cut his teeth during MC battles at school, before later coming to prominence as an ultra-flexible collaborator.
Touring with Lily Allen, working alongside Chance the Rapper and J.Cole, he also scored Grammy nominations for his studio work.
His highly anticipated solo album is due later this year, one that finds S-X working with new label partner BMG/RBC Records.
Hit singles 'Dangerous' and 'In Real Life' lit up his path, with new party starter 'Feels So Good' amplifying the hype.
The natural performer takes the lead, something that is exemplified in the ultra-colourful video.
A shoot that finds S-X in his natural element, it looks ahead to live shows later in the year.
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