Bradford born MC Lunar C first came into the spotlight after an impressive winning streak battling in the notorious UK rap battle league Don’t Flop in 2010 and 2011, winning trophies for Best Newcomer and Performance of the Year. It was this success that led him to collaborate with the likes of Labrinth, JME, Dot Rotten, Foreign Beggars, Scruffizer and Rizzle Kicks, earning him support from BBC Radio 1 & 1Xtra DJ’s Charlie Sloth, MistaJam and Seani B.
An ever-increasing fan base (100,000+ fans across various social networks) Lunar C’s rap battle successes are unmatched. Currently hard at work on his brand new EP Good Times and Dead Brain Cells – the follow up to 2012’s Sewer Side Sex EP – he has also found time to perform at the 2013 Reading & Leeds Festivals and recently headlined the O2 Academy Leeds, performing alongside the likes of Sway, Kano & K Koke. 2014 sees Lunar C back with the energetic Smash Things Up, taken from the forthcoming Not Good At Life EP, due November 30th. In Smash Things Up, Lunar takes it back, offering a delivery reminiscent to his legendary battling days. Never shy of expressing his twisted intentions through his unrivalled wordplay, he makes his feelings very clear to the music industry in the only way he knows how. First premiered on BBC Radio 1 & 1Xtra by Charlie Sloth with support flying in from the likes of MTV UK, 5Mag and Semtex to name merely a few, Smash Things Up, along with the Not Good At Life EP comes after an eventful summer of touring in Australia with 360, Hopsin and DJ Hoppa swiftly followed by a UK tour with Hopsin, performing in Amsterdam for the Cannabis Cup and delivering his second Fire in the Booth while simultaneously working on his forthcoming album, due in 2015. While putting together the album, Lunar found some additional time to put together the Not Good At Life project with long time collaborators Pete Cannon, Hashfinger and UK Hip-Hop legend Harry Love. Lunar’s uncensored and no holds barred Not Good At Life EP is one for the die-hard fans, Lunar leaves nothing to the imagination and again, as usual doesn’t hold anything back for fear of offending anyone, in fact that’s probably his main intention.