Tyron Kaymone Frampton (born 18 December 1994[1]), better known by his stage name Slowthai (stylised in lowercase), is a British rapper. Raised in Northampton,[3] he rose to popularity in 2019 for his gritty and rough instrumentals and raw, politically charged lyrics, especially around Brexit and Theresa May's tenure as British Prime Minister. Slowthai placed fourth in the BBC Sound of 2019 and followed up in the same year with his debut studio album, Nothing Great About Britain. The album was nominated for the Mercury Prize; at Slowthai's 2019 Mercury Prize ceremony performance, he held a fake severed head of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on stage, prompting controversy.[4]

Slowthai
Slowthai at Glastonbury Festival in 2019
Slowthai at Glastonbury Festival in 2019
Background information
Birth nameTyron Kaymone Frampton
Born (1994-12-18) 18 December 1994 (age 27)[1]
Northampton, England
Genres
Instruments
Years active2015–present
Labels
Websiteslowthai.com

Early lifeEdit

Tyron Kaymone Frampton was born on 18 December 1994 in Northampton to Gaynor, a teenage mother of Barbadian descent. Frampton, his sister, and his brother were raised by their single mother in a council estate in the Lings area of Northampton.[5] His younger brother Michael died shortly after his first birthday, which greatly affected Frampton.[5][6] Frampton attended Northampton Academy and in 2011 attended Northampton College, where he studied for a BTEC in Music Technology. Tyron has ADHD. [7]

Frampton frequently skipped school during his years at Northampton Academy and often spent time at a nearby underground "recording studio" at his friend's house, only stopping when his mother was forced to attend a compulsory court hearing.[8] After college, Frampton had multiple short stints in employment, working as a labourer, a plasterer, and at a branch of Next before being sacked for breach of contract after he gave his friend employee discounts.[9]

Music careerEdit

The name Slowthai originates from his childhood nickname given to him due to his slow speech and drawled tone: "slow ty".[10] In 2016, he released his breakout single, "Jiggle", produced by Sammy Byrne.[11][12]

In 2017, Slowthai partnered up with indie record label Bone Soda to release his I WISH I KNEW EP, Murder and T N Biscuits.[citation needed] Later in the same year, Slowthai signed his recording contract with Method Records and since has released his RUNT EP and debut studio album, Nothing Great About Britain, which peaked at number 9 on the Official Charts on the week of release.[13]

In addition to being included in the BBC's Sound of 2019 poll[14] and NME's NME 100 list,[15] Slowthai as well received acclaim from publications such as DIY, Vevo and Metro.[16][17][18] Alongside that, his debut album was nominated for a Mercury Music Prize.

Slowthai contributed additional, uncredited vocals on the song "What's Good"[19] from Tyler, the Creator's album Igor. He is also featured on "Heaven Belongs To You"[20] from Brockhampton's album Ginger and later joined their HBTY North American tour in 2019 as the special guest.[21]

In January 2020, Slowthai was featured alongside UK punk band Slaves on Gorillaz's single "Momentary Bliss". The single was the first "episode" of their Song Machine project.[22]

On 12 February 2020, after winning the Hero of the Year award at the NME Awards, Slowthai made sexual comments about host Katherine Ryan. After audience members began shouting at him, Slowthai dropped his microphone into the crowd, which was then thrown back at him along with a drink. Slowthai then threw his own drink and jumped into the crowd.[23] Slowthai has since apologised, while Ryan has said the situation was taken the wrong way.[24][25]

On 15 September 2020, Slowthai released the single "Feel Away" featuring James Blake and Mount Kimbie.[26] The song was said to be a tribute to his brother, for the anniversary of his death.[27] On 19 November, Slowthai released the single "nhs" alongside a tracklist for his album Tyron, releasing 5 February 2021, which was then delayed a week, and planned to release 12 February 2021.[28]

On 18 December 2020, Slowthai released "Thoughts" as a single, along with a lyric video that featured local police responding to a complaint of a social gathering.[29]

On 5 January 2021, Slowthai released "Mazza", a single featuring A$AP Rocky.

On 9 February 2021, Slowthai released "Cancelled", a single featuring Skepta.

On 12 February 2021, Slowthai released the album Tyron, which has features including Skepta, Dominic Fike, James Blake, A$AP Rocky and Denzel Curry.

Personal lifeEdit

Slowthai is a supporter of his hometown football team Northampton Town, with parts of the music video for "Gorgeous" having been filmed at Northampton Town's Sixfields Stadium.[30] He has also stated that he supports Liverpool F.C.[31]

In the summer of 2020, Slowthai got engaged to Russian singer and model Katya Kischuk, former member of the Russian girl group Serebro, whom he met online.[32][33][34] On 18 June 2021, Kischuk gave birth to the couples' son, Rain.[35]

Musical styleEdit

His music has been categorised as grime[36] and hip hop.[37] He often includes elements of punk rock,[38][39] leading to the categorisation of grime-punk.[40][41] In a 2019 article for the BBC, Kev Geoghegan described him as "either a grime MC making punk music or a punk making rap music".[42] In an article for Vice Media, Niloufar Haidari described his music as "caustically witty bars over abrasive beats that blend grime, trap, Soundcloud rap and even punk and screamo".[43]

He has cited as musical influences Gesaffelstein, Juelz Santana, Elliott Smith, Radiohead, Nirvana, Mount Kimbie, Alex Turner of Arctic Monkeys, Jay-Z, Sex Pistols, Justice, Oasis and Die Antwoord.[43][44]

DiscographyEdit

Studio albumsEdit

Title Details Peak chart positions Sales
UK
[45]
AUS
[46]
BEL
(FL)

[47]
GER
[48]
IRE
[49]
NLD
[50]
NZ
[51]
SWI
[52]
Nothing Great About Britain 9 64
Tyron
  • Released: 12 February 2021[55]
  • Label: Method, Interscope, AWGE
  • Format: CD, LP, streaming, digital download
1 11
[56]
24 23 2
[57]
53 13
[58]
24
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Extended playsEdit

Title Details
slowitdownn ノノ
  • Release: 7 March 2017[59]
  • Label: Bone Soda
  • Format: Digital download
I Wish I Knew ノノ
  • Release: 3 November 2017[60]
  • Label: Bone Soda
  • Format: Digital download
Runt
  • Release: 14 September 2018[61]
  • Label: Method
  • Format: Digital download

SinglesEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
UK
[45]
IRE
[49]
NZ
Hot

[62]
"Jiggle"[63] 2016 Non-album singles
"Murder"[64] 2017
"T N Biscuits"[65][a] 2018 Nothing Great About Britain
"The Bottom"[66][b] Non-album single
"North Nights"[66][a][b] Nothing Great About Britain
"Ladies"[67][a]
"Polaroid"[68][a]
"Drug Dealer"[69][a]
"Rainbow"[70][a]
"Doorman"
(with Mura Masa)[71]
"Peace of Mind"[72] 2019
"Gorgeous"[73]
"Nothing Great About Britain"[74]
"Inglorious"
(featuring Skepta)[75]
50
"Toaster"[76]
"Psycho"
(with Denzel Curry)[77]
Non-album single
"Deal wiv It"
(with Mura Masa)[78]
R.Y.C
"Enemy"[79] 2020 Non-album singles
"Magic"
(with Kenny Beats)[80]
"BB (Bodybag)"[81]
"My High"
(with Disclosure and Aminé)
86 Energy
"Feel Away"
(featuring James Blake and Mount Kimbie)[82]
92 34 Tyron
"NHS"[83]
"Thoughts"[84] Non-album single
"Mazza"
(with A$AP Rocky)[85]
2021 72 89
[86]
20 Tyron
"Cancelled"
(with Skepta)[87]
39 54
[86]
10
"Vex"[88]
"ADHD"[89]
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Notes

  • a Appears on the deluxe edition of Nothing Great About Britain only.
  • b "The Bottom" and "North Nights" were released as a double A-side.

As featured artistEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
UK
[45]
IRE
[49]
"Interior"
(JD.Reid featuring 808INK, Slowthai, Oscar #Worldpeace)[90]
2017 Calibrate EP
"Noddy"
(Earbuds featuring Slowthai)[91][92]
2018 Non-album single
"Lighthouse"
(Take a Daytrip featuring Rico Nasty, Slowthai and IceColdBishop)[93]
2019
"Momentary Bliss"
(Gorillaz featuring Slowthai and Slaves)
2020 58 74 Song Machine, Season One: Strange Timez
"Glidin'"
(Pa Salieu featuring Slowthai)[94]
2021 TBA
"BDE"
(Shygirl featuring Slowthai)[95]
"Slugger"
(Kevin Abstract featuring $not and Slowthai)[96]
"Model Village"
(Idles featuring Slowthai)[97]
Ultra Mono
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Other charted songsEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
UK
[45]
FRA
IRE
[49]
NZ
Hot

[98]
"High Beams"
(with Flume and HWLS)
2019 7 Hi This Is Flume
"45 Smoke" 2021 25 Tyron
"Terms"
(with Dominic Fike and Denzel Curry)
71 88
[86]
11
"Push"
(with Deb Never)
24
"Fallen Angels"
(Laylow featuring Slowthai)
55 L'étrange histoire de Mr. Anderson

Guest appearancesEdit

Title Year Other artist(s) Album Credit(s)
"Like a See Saw"[99] 2015 Lord Pusswhip Lord Pusswhip Is Wack
  • Featured artist
  • co-writer
"Piggy Bank"[100] 2018 JD.Reid Tree
  • Featured artist
"High Beams"[101] 2019 Flume, HWLS Hi This Is Flume
  • Featured artist
  • co-writer
"What's Good"[102] Tyler, the Creator Igor
  • Background vocals
"Meanwhile... at the Welcome Break"[103] The S.L.P. The S.L.P.
  • Featured artist
"Heaven Belongs to You"[104] Brockhampton Ginger
  • Vocals
  • co-writer
"Tyron (Interlude)"[105] 2020 Headie One, Fred Again GANG
  • Featured artist
  • co-writer
"Barry White"[106] Zero Non-album single
  • Vocals
"Pressure in My Palms"[107] Aminé, Vince Staples Limbo
  • Featured artist
"Graveyard Shift"[108] AJ Tracey Secure the Bag! 2
"Fallen Angels" 2021 Laylow L'étrange Histoire de Mr.Anderson
  • Featured artist
  • co-writer
"Funeral" James Blake Friends That Break Your Heart
"Zatoichi" 2022 Denzel Curry Melt My Eyez See Your Future Featured artist

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Organization/Award Category Work Result Ref.
2018 Ticketmaster New for 2019 Himself Included [109]
Vevo DSCVR 2019 Artists to Watch Included [17]
BBC Sound of 2019 Fourth [14]
DIY Class of 2019 Included [16]
Metro Ones to Watch 2019 Included [18]
2019 UK Music Video Awards Best Urban Video - UK "Inglorious" (featuring Skepta) Nominated [110]
Q Awards Breakthrough Act Himself Nominated [111]
Best Album Nothing Great About Britain Nominated
Hyundai Mercury Prize Nominated [112]
2020 Hungarian Music Awards Best Foreign Hip-Hop or Rap Album Nominated [113]
NME Awards Best Album Nominated [114]
Best Album in the World Nominated
Best British Song "Deal wiv It" (with Mura Masa) Nominated
Best Song in the World Nominated
Best British Solo Act Himself Nominated
Best Solo Act in the World Nominated
Best Live Act Nominated
Best Collaboration Himself (with Mura Masa) Won
UK Music Video Awards Best Hip Hop/Grime/Rap Video - UK "Psycho" Nominated [115]
Best Dance/Electronic Video - UK "Deal wiv It" (with Mura Masa) Nominated
"My High" (with Disclosure and Aminé) Won
Best Editing in a Video Nominated
2021 Grammy Awards Best Dance Recording Nominated [116]
UK Music Video Awards Best Hip Hop/Grime/Rap Video - UK "Feel Away" (with James Blake and Mount Kimbie) Nominated [117]

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External linksEdit

  Media related to Slowthai at Wikimedia Commons