Born in SE London, raised in Brighton, Hatter began making music in his early teens inspired by Grime and UKHH. He honed his skills in his local youth centre (ran by Audio Active) alongside Rizzle Kicks, Eyez, Lz and Mrisi. Hatter continued to make music locally with childhood friend Mrisi and Rum Committee. At one time Hatter was the youngest contestant in Don’t Flop and was a staple of the Brighton music scene - performing at venues such as Concorde 2 and Brighton Dome. He began writing as a solo artist, often hampered by a chaotic lifestyle. Yet Hatter released his debut project ‘Hatter of Fact’ in 2016, but didn’t have the success he had envisioned. Hatter’s charismatic personality and talent became obvious when working with with long-time friend/producer Saffa Ghorishi and Hear No Evil Management. Hatter then established a reputation as one of Brighton’s hardest working artists (and mentor for at risk youth), consistently releasing freestyles and singles from 2018-present; supported by BBC Introducing, BBC 1Xtra and British GQ Magazine. Bringing energy, depth and suave lyricism to his audience, Hatter blends the lines between Rap, Grime, Trap, RnB and UKG with ease. Hatter has performed at Outlook Festival, The Great Escape, and alongside Octavian, Etta Bond, Eyez, The Purist and Rag ‘n’ Bone Man - collaborating with the latter three. With singles, collaborative projects and a solo project pending, you can expect to hear a lot more from Hatter.