About Capitol Records
Bringing the legendary Hollywood label name over from the US in 2013, the Capitol Records UK team have recently have experienced enormous success in a relatively short time. Although one of the smallest of the UK labels, they punch well above their weight with artists such as Sam Smith, 5 Seconds Of Summer, Liam Payne, Mae Muller & The Academic, and Grammys, BRIT Awards and even an Oscar under their belt.
For a group or solo artist from a Youth Music project who is already making waves in the music industry.
Reform Radio CIC (North West)
Since taking part in Reform Radio's original Soundcamp programme back in 2018, Superlative's career has been on an astronomical trajectory, cementing his reputation as one of the best young rappers in the UK. He's been heavily featured on BBC Introducing Manchester alongside radio plays on BBC 1Xtra. One of his biggest successes has been working with Manchester legend Mr Scruff on Reform Radio’s Collab Theory programme. Superlative is now the front man of the everchanging supergroup The Mouse Outfit, with new releases for both them and as a solo artist stacking up quickly.
Layal is a London based Egyptian artist who's been releasing her own music since 2019, experimenting with different genres from reggae to blues to soul. Since releasing her debut single in Feb 2020, Layal has continued to show her growth within the music industry and has been featured in magazines such as Complex UK as well as being played on BBC Introducing.
Sound Connections (London)
The South London songstress, Pritt, uses her femininity to empower stereotypes of women in RnB music. Over the past couple years, she has worked on a project called NEXXT STEP: Women in Music sponsored by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, featuring on two songs in the EP ‘BEHIND EVERY GREAT CITY’. As of January 2021, Pritt has been
announced as one of eight artists to watch in 2021 by BBC Asian Network and is also the first Tamil woman to do so.