With 20 million YouTube hits under his belt, admiration from superstar rapper Drake and one of London's biggest festival's to play at this summer, Sneakbo is someone to start paying attention to.

The South London born MC has had his fair share of setbacks, spending some time in Her Majesty's Convenience not long ago, which actually gave him the push to get into music. Prison for him brought something positive as he was able to spend some time writing bars about his experiences and life instead of partaking in the negative activity which got him there in the first place.

It is so clear when listening to his songs that he has a raw talent and his latest track 'Sing For Tomorrow' featuring L Marshall who also featured on Wretch 32's 'Traktor' is set to be a hit. His upcoming album 'Sneak To Da Bo' is set to feature Roll Deep and Jessie J proving he's moving down a more 'pop' than 'road' route.

We asked him how he feels about people who say he is a 'sell out' for going down the more commercial route as well as how he reacted when he found out Drake follows his music. The Canadian rapper said he admires "the consistency of his flows", and Sneakbo tells us they could have a special surprise for us at this year's Wireless Festival.....

Check out the boy on the 'Jetski Wave' (as well as what that actually means) below....

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