Green Ready To Party

Man of the moment Professor Green has told Exposed that he is expecting Tramlines to be one of the biggest parties of the year.
Talking about his show at the Sheffield Music festival this weekend, where an audience of 50,000 is expected, Green said:
“I love getting out of London.” “It can get too claustrophobic there. I always find that the further up North you get, the mentaller the people are. It’ll be a party.”
The former youtube MC, who has just released his debut album ‘Alive Till I’m Dead’, has expressed high hopes for his catchy new album.
“My first proper album comes out just before Tramlines, which is exciting. It’ll throw people a few curve balls.”
Among those to join him on the Hallam FM stage at Tramlines on Saturday July 24 are Tinchy Stryder, Olly Murs, Skepta, Eliza Doolittle, The Hoosiers and One Night Only, while the likes of Mystery Jets and Echo and the Bunnymen play the following night. In total, there are 50 venues hosting live music all weekend as part of the festival – with entry at every one free for all.
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Professor Green plays the Tramlines main stage on Saturday 24 at 9.10pm. His latest single ‘Just Be Good To Green is out now followed by album ‘Alive Till I’m Dead on July 19. See for more.

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