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BBC Sound of 2009: Master Shortie

Fifteen of the best rising music stars were announced as the longlist for the BBC's Sound of 2009.

MASTER SHORTIE

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Master Shortie performs his single Dead End

Tipped as the next star of British hip-hop, the fluorescent Master Shortie spans the roles of grime MC, cool club kid and teen-friendly pop singer, with a dash of indie influence thrown in.

London-raised Theo Kerlin, aged 19, had a spell at the Brit School and has taken the DIY route by setting up his own label, Odd One Out.



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