Show N Prove

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Show N Prove
Background information
Birth nameEllis Taylor
Also known asShow N Prove
BornEdinburgh, Scotland
Occupation(s)Record Producer/ Artist/ DJ
InstrumentsTurntables, drums, computer
LabelsAll Around the World Productions
Associated actsAnne-Marie, Tinie Tempah, Lady Leshurr, Tiggs Da Author

Show N Prove, born Ellis Taylor, is a Scottish music producer, DJ and musical artist from Edinburgh, Scotland.[1]

Music production career[edit]

Show N Prove's career began when working with local acts in the Edinburgh hip hop scene in the early 2000s, where he received a breakthrough working with rapper Baby Blue by producing the track "Sometimes".[2] This led to him moving to London[3] where he worked with artists such as Rizzle Kicks, Tinchy Stryder, Wretch 32, Dappy[4] and Benny Banks with whom he created his most successful work to date by producing the single "Bada Bing" which featured in the movie Fast & Furious 6 and appeared on the official soundtrack.[5] Show N Prove is currently signed to AATW/Universal Records.[6]

DJing[edit]

Show N Prove started DJing at an early age and eventually began doing shows from the age of 14 around Edinburgh.[7]

Single Releases[edit]

Song Title Artist Release Date
"Hello Hi" Show N Prove with Big Narstie 2015
"Fact" Show N Prove featuring Benny Banks 2015
"Gas Pipe" Show N Prove with Big Narstie 2015
"If Only" Show N Prove featuring Shakka 2014
"Its Funny" Show N Prove featuring Lauryn Hill, Tinchy Stryder & Squeeks 2013
"My People" Show N Prove featuring Takura 2013
"Zimma Frame" Show N Prove featuring Takura 2013

Mixtape Releases[edit]

Mixtape Title Artist Release Date
Instrumentals volume 4 Show N Prove 2017
Wax volume 2 (Hosted by Big Narstie) Show N Prove 2014
Wax volume 1 (Hosted by Benny Banks) Show N Prove 2014
Instrumentals volume 3 Show N Prove 2014
Instrumentals volume 2 Show N Prove 2012
Instrumentals volume 1 Show N Prove 2011

Remixing[edit]

A Show N Prove remix is on the official Jessie J single "Wild".[8] He also has an official remix on the Stooshe single "Black Heart".[9]

Remix Title Artist
Wild Jessie J
Black Heart Stooshe

Discography[edit]

Song Title Artist Year
Sometimes Baby Blue featuring Selah 2004

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bwoywonder (3 September 2013). "UK Producer, Show N Prove To Release Debut Summer Anthem 'Zimma Frame'. – Huffington Post". huffingtonpost.co.uk. Retrieved 12 June 2014.
  2. ^ Fossy Meade (4 February 2014). "Introducing: Show N Prove – Meade Magazine". Meademagazine.com. Retrieved 8 June 2014.
  3. ^ Khan, Karim. "The Interview: SHOW N PROVE". HungerTV, 11 April 2014
  4. ^ Shane Hawkins (2 November 2014). "New Noise: Show N Prove - Wonderland Magazine". wonderlandmagazine.com. Retrieved 8 June 2014.
  5. ^ "Fast & Furious 6 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)". iTunes Store (UK). 12 June 2014.
  6. ^ Charlie George (4 April 2014). "Introducing: Show N Prove – Spindle Magazine". spindlemagazine.com/. Retrieved 8 June 2014.
  7. ^ Artist Biography by James Wilkinson. "Show N Prove | Biography". AllMusic. Retrieved 8 June 2014.
  8. ^ "The Wild EP (Remixes)". iTunes Store (UK). 10 June 2014.
  9. ^ "Black Heart (Single, Import)". Amazon.co.uk. (Amazon.com, Inc.). Retrieved 10 June 2014.

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