Covid-19 has really affected our livelihood, Marvo Fivestarz & DJ Swayze (Brother) lost their mum on good Friday to Corona Virus according to the doctors. Marvo was the headline of last weeks RBE Quarantine Showcase live on instagram where he gave an emotional performance of new tracks Frozen and Without (Chinwe) dedicated to his mother. The host Jennifer was in tears, she couldn’t hold it in. Check out Marvo’s post on instagram @MarvoFivestarsz

We also had 3 other special guests last week that performed live from the comfort of their homes. Dondivakeda, Princess Wonda and Ada B really trilled the viewers with their singing abilities and vibes.
Catch us every Thursday 7pm to 9pm Live on instagram @Rbentuk hosted by Jennifer of Female Take Over. Send us a message if you want to participate.

Introducing our series of Music Showcase gigs in London.

Kicking off on the 1st of April 2017 at Surya Live Music Venue featuring the following acts.

Frankie Day:

The 19 year-old, known for her bright blue hair, bubbly personality and love of all things Disney; Frankie has built a large online following of over 40,000 across social media. She is now devoting her time to creating her own music and utilising her unique voice to develop her own style.

Frankie Day Music showcase Flyer ACts


Matteo Ranieri:

Matteo Ranieri is a volunerble and creative Artist “I dont like to identify myself in a genre, i am the genre i feel in the moment i write a new song’ he says.

Matteo Ranieri Music showcase Flyer ACts


Anusha Loves:

Intellectual Welsh born Anusha, is a Singer/ Songwriter as well as Actor and Presenter based in the UK. It was whilst studying for her Politics Degree that the half Mauritian, half Sri Lankan beauty, met producer’Chris Rockizm Patrick’, who introduced her to theworld of music.
Anusha enjoyed the success of the release of two RnB/pop singles in 2009/2010 both charting in the Music Week charts and ‘Are You Ready’ spent 10 Weeks in the MTV base top 10. Anusha toured the UK giving support to numerous acts,
including Shayne.

Anusha Loves Music showcase Flyer Acts


Kika Terremoto Dj:

Kika Terremoto, has been one of the worlds most undisputed electronic dance music musicians and a queen of the turntables for years and was the very first woman DJ in Sardegna (Italy)! Kika has infiltrated the music industry with her arsenal of talent. She has established herself as a versitile, singer, songwriter, model, and DJ, aswell as being signed to multiple labels around the globe.

Kika Music showcase Flyer ACts



Rudebone is a Dancehall / Afrobeat music artist currently living in United Kingdom. He is very energetic when performing onstage, He ensures his audience gets fully entertained. Also he is very creative and full of ideas. He can easily compose a song to any giving situation and has great acting ability. Rudebone has different signature dance moves he created. He Strives to create a reputable brand presence for Himself and people/ team associated with him.

Rudebone Music showcase Flyer ACts


Erica Gens:

I’m a 20 years old girl, origially from Italy. I came to London to follow my passion for music and turn it into a jull time job. I’m a singer and song writer, i’ve been working in a studio in central London where i wrote and recorded my original songs and an EP. My style is pop as I’m a very bubbly person, very sociable and friendly. I am always up for new challenges and projects.

ERICA Music showcase Flyer ACts


Federico Villaruel:

An energetic and enthusiastic personality with a constant desire to live life entirely. His first electronic project “Never Be The Same” is an uptempo self produced album regarding his life, his feelings, love, sadness, sense of freedom, revolution.

Federico Music showcase Flyer ACts


Anita Luki:

I’m a singer songwriter based in London. Having played piano since a young age my songs are quite piano driven with slightly darker / ambient feel to it. Also being from a south Asian background, i like to subtly bring those influences in the vocals, giving my songs a bit of twist.

Anita Music showcase Flyer ACts


Romel Koko:

Romel Koko is an Actor, Model and Musician based in London, United Kingdom

Romel Music showcase Flyer ACts

DJ Chillz:

Driven by relentless and unstoppable passion for music, London-based DJ Chillz is an emerging talent who brings a wealth of experience to any club, mixing her own distinct individual sound


Tsharna Music showcase Flyer ACts

Titan Temi:

I have been rapping and writing music for about 7 years, so i find myself to be experienced and enjoy doing it.
I am very outgoing, positive and realistic. I don’t think i have a style of music because i can rap about anything from trash to ghetto or about life in general. i have done rap on Jazz, Hiphop , Afrobeats and more to come.

Temi Music showcase Flyer ACts

RBE Music showcase Flyer

Next Stop is The Underbelly, London.

More info coming soon….

Any genre of music is acceptable Solo, Group or Band.

To apply email song or video links and social links to

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1. Quality photo & design for flyer

The phrase “don’t judge a book by it’s cover” was coined way before the digital age. Considering the crazy amount of flyers we see on the internet and on the streets of major cities today, first glances of the visual promo for your show do matter.

Make sure you use clear quality photos that will entice fans to want to attend. Spending some extra dough on photo sessions to have a bunch of professional pictures goes a long way.

2. Create a Facebook Event

Tons of millennials and Gen-Z-ers use Facebook today purely for the Events calendar. The benefit of being able to see what events your peers are attending without personally asking them is an intrinsic value of the “anti-social” social-media age in which we currently live, so take advantage of it.

“Promotion is key, and there are plenty of online tools out there ready to assist. A central Facebook Event page is essential; anyone connected with the gig can post content and invite people” — Alex Kerr-Wilson, Music Promoter at Discovery Talent and owner of O-Mix

On Facebook, you can attach a ticket link to your Event page, allow guests to invite friends, and give permission for invitees to post on the Event wall about how excited they are to see your show. Facebook even reminds people on the RSVP list about these Events free of charge. It may be the easiest, most direct way to update Event potential guests about ticket sales, venue changes, or other important details your audience needs to know.

Lastly, if a lot of people RSVP, the Event may show up in Facebook’s “Popular Events in the Area” section, which is basically striking gold, as it’s free advertising and a way to accumulate even more organic RSVPs.

3. Invest in yourself

If you invest some cash into sponsored, unique, targeted ads for your show’s Facebook Event page, a flyer on Instagram, or even a tweet (or all three), chances are that people will become more familiar with your name, and, in turn, your music. Increasing visibility is a no-brainer and standard practice in advertising.

The engagement numbers you pull digitally will be essential in the future when selling yourself to a larger promoter who wants to make sure you have a vigilant and engaged internet follower base, so don’t be afraid to put some money behind your promotional tactics.

4. Take care of your audience

Sending personal invitations and rewarding those who attend your show goes a long way these days. As mentioned earlier, social media easily allows us to share Events with hundreds of people at a time, but simply inviting everyone in your area on Facebook can seem very impersonal, and these invites often get ignored — especially by those who live in major cities and get dozens each week.

You want prospective attendees to feel valued and appreciated. If you take the time to send personalized invitations to VIPs or offer free song downloads or stickers to those who buy a ticket or provide their email address, people will notice.

Consider doing a giveaway on social media, and/or simply saying thank you during and after your show to those who came out. This can help you not only drive more people to your show, but more importantly, help you develop lifelong fans.

5. Make Phone Calls to your contacts

Its very effective to make phone calls to tell and remind your contacts about your upcoming gig, this will make them feel very important. Now there is no excuse for them to give, some might claim they did not see your messages and post but they cant claim you did not call them.

Also give them a follow up call in about 2 days before the gig. This method have proven to be the very effective in converting ticket sales.

6. Onboard a partner

If you have a relationship with an event promoter in your city, a blog/publication, an alcohol company, or with anyone you consider an “influencer,” it would be foolish not to utilize that as a partnership resource for your show.

“Networking with fellow artists, promoters, and people involved in the industry is essential and will open doors to many new opportunities/gigs.” — Jack ScalesMotion Bristol

Teaming up with a notable organization, influencer, or a local business could help “legitimize” you as an artist, considering you’d have a stamp of approval from an authority people already trust. If it’s a company, the partner will likely appreciate the free advertising for putting their logo on your flyer, and they may even have an e-newsletter to blast out details about the show to their audience at no cost to you — win!

Partnering with others is a mutually beneficial step to getting both of your names out there as much as possible pre-show as long as that partner is representative of your values and needs as an artist and vice versa. Do some research, and see who’d be a good fit.

7. Shout out and tag everyone

Before your live show, saying thanks in advance to anybody isn’t just polite but can actually really help the turnout of your show. For example, if you’ll be using Funktion-One audio or even wear a gucci hat during the performance, tweet about it ahead of time to let your audience know, and tag the brand. You might get a reply out of it, or even a retweet, which not only will get you more free advertising but also helps you establish a relationship with a brand that you may end up partnering with later on — double win!

The same goes for other people playing in your band, the venue, lighting/visual companies, and anyone else associated with the show that you can think of. Support those who support you!

Also use some key hashtags when posting like #RBEMusicShowcase #MusicHourUK #LondonGigs #London #GigsToAttend etc

Count down to the Halloween edition of our RBE music showcase series holding on Friday 3rd November 2017 @ Surya live music venue London.

Its gona spooky
The Scariest gig you will ever attend!! astonishing live music from the some of the most aspiring artist in London.
Line up: Alora // Anusha Loves // Kojay // Scarhop // Lewis LJ King // Mura // Rudebone // Steamz // Boasy Solgy // Nubian // Zims // Avinco//DJ Gaba // Sheezy // Merkz // KingKaz // Rico UK // MartySoWavey // Duane Flames // Wajuda // Geo Wellington // Lon’Den // Lil Zee
DRESS CODE: Halloween Costume, mask, etc
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The 4th consecutive episode of RBE Music Showcase was indeed a big hit. This time everything went according to plan except for some surprises like Jasmine the opening, Frizz birthday song and an astonishing stage take over by Steams, Black Rose and crew Oh Yea!!

Line up: Sarah Bird // Tracer // Kojay // Frizz // Black Rose // Steamz // Fend // Simmz// Anusha // Alya // Rudebone // Wetzy  // Duane Flames// K Matharoo

Guest act also included Reis Boogie and Pow the artist. Co-Hosts were Mc Vaz of Nam Radio and Anusha. Dj Gaba was on the wheels ensuring the smooth flow of music.

Another cool fact to mention is the venue, it is a boutique at day and transforms to a bar an music venue at night.

Video Credits to Ringo Vision and Antwon. Enjoy some cool pictures taken at the gig by Adrian Boltar. More Pictures on our Facebook


The second edition of the RBE music showcase lived up to expectation indeed, it was held at Zigfrid Von Underbelly, London.

Live Music like never before and a mix of different genre of music ensured the audience had double their monies worth. Thanks to Nam Radio and Fm1fm Radio for supporting the gig.

The line up included: Viv De Queen, Alex and Tara Mari, Duane Flames, Erica Gens, Anita Luki, Anusha Loves, Luci Monet, Roni, Rudebone, Adriana Blue and Tracer.

Luci Monet received the RBE Certificate of excellence award.

See a cross section of pictures taken at the event. Photo Credit: Ellen Alberti


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The maiden edition of the RBE Music Showcase was indeed a success and a formidable opportunity for some musicians to showcase their music at intimate London venues to real music supporters, fans and industry personnel. The gig started with the timely arrival of the gorgeous attendees, then kicked off with the opening performance by kika Terremoto, followed by Matteo Ranieri who wowed the audience with his vocal abilities. Next up was Erica Gens, she also was breath taking with her vocal presence. Tsharna then stole the heart of the audience with a sensational performance, singing her original songs backed up by her guitarist and Cajon player. DJ chillz stepped in and gave the attendees some club vibes by mixing some trending tunes before Romel joined her to dish out his Afrobeat tunes.

Find below Amazing Pictures of the RBE Music Showcase taken by Sheila Akposubi (Capture 1 photography)

Anusha who received the Certificate of Excellence award on the night was also fascinating with Dillon her handsome pianist, indeed the audience was overwhelmed by her performance. Rudebone came in and raised the energy bar to a whole new levels with his Afro-Dancehall tunes that got the crowd singing along. Federico Villaruel seized the opportunity to premier his latest single mad and some other sweet tunes. Anita Luki was another notable highlight of the gig, her fans were screaming to the roof top before she even started singing, she ended her set with a cover of Rihanna’s shine bright like a diamond, Anita was truly a diamond. The blue hair damsel Frankie Day supported by Jacob for a duet also added colour to the event with a world class display of musical abilities and stage craft. Final act on the night was Titan who indeed lived up to expectation with his rapping skills. Dj gaba rounded up the gig by setting the dance floor on fire, this kept some people behind not wanting to depart. A big shout out to the media supporters of the RBE Music Showcase : Bdex Entertainment, Fm1fm Radio, Nam Radio and Capital 1 photography.

Next RBE Music Showcase event is on the 29th of April @ Underbelly, London CLICK HERE for info & Tickets

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