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Win a pair of tickets to see Goldie Lookin Chain at the Neon, Newport

Win a pair of tickets to see Goldie Lookin Chain at the Neon, Newport

COMING straight out of Newport, Goldie Lookin Chain (The GLC) are officially Britain’s biggest rap group. Known for classics like Guns Don’t Kill People Rappers Do, The GLC started almost by accident around the turn of the century with Eggsy’s impromptu rap about his tracksuit over a serious piece of music Rhys was working on in the studio. Adam Hussain, Billy Webb, Mystkal, the Maggot, 2hats and Mike Balls convinced Rhys to record the rap. Fuelled by Lambrini, fags, Chicken Tikka Massala and weed they all took to the mic and The GLC’s first album Don’t Blame the Chain was born. And so it began, the journey which has so far seen The GLC rise to the top of the charts, perform around the world and at every major festival in the Western Hemisphere and make millions of people laugh along the way. Now many years since that first rap about Eggsy’s tracksuit, the boys are still keeping it real in the rap game and hold the title of the most successful UK rap act ever. To date The GLC have released 18 albums… and amazingly none of them have died yet...You knows it!
GLC (Live) plus special guests will be performing at The Neon, Newport, on Saturday February 24 with doors opening at 7pm for an 8pm start. Early bird tickets cost £12. For more information call 01633 533666 or visit theneon.co.uk
The South Wales Argus has teamed up with the event to offer a pair of tickets to two lucky winners. To be in with a chance of winning, just enter this competition.


  • This competition
    is now closed...

    The correct answer was:

    And the winners...
    1. James Male, Newport
    2. Mrs K Lockley, Caldicot

Posted on 19 Jan 2018

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