We know what its like when you get to a festival, you spend most of your time either passed out in your tent or just listening to the artists you already know.

But there's loads of up and coming talent on the festival scene this year that's definitely worth checking out.

We've rounded up some of our favourites, and where you can catch them in summer '16:



Who is he?

Hailing from South London, fresh faced rapper, Yungen, is making waves on the underground scene. With his catchy punchlines and lyrical ability, this guy is on a journey to make his music heard. 

Where are can you see him? 

Yungen will be guesting at the Napa Rocks pool party in Aiya Napa on the 21st June, then hitting Glastonbury on Saturday 25th June, with a final appearance at Reading and Leeds on 26-28th August.   

Watch Yungen's latest release 'Take my number' ft. Angel and get hyped: 

Elf Kid


Who is he?

Untill now, Elf Kid was best known as a member of The Square, but since the release of his track, 'Golden Boy', the young grime MC has stepped into the limelight.

Elf Kid is fearless, hitting the beat with power and confindence. Now getting involved in some major festivals, he's ready to show us his skills. 

Where can I see him?

You can hear Elf Kid’s lyrical stylings in the flesh at Wireless Festival (8-10th July) and Bestival (8-11th September).  

Watch Elf Kid do his thing in 'Golden Boy' below: 

Little Simz 


Who is she?

Artist and musician, Little Simz, delivers a stylised sound, capturing that contemporary North London vibe.

Having received recognition from likes of Kendrick Lamar and Snoop Doog for her unique flow and powerful performances, Little Simz is on to something big. 

Where can I see her? 

Catch Little Simz on the West Holts stage at Glasto (22-26th June) and Reading and Leeds Fest (26-28th Aug) this year.

Listen to her track 'Dead Body' ft. Storzy and Kano below:



Who is he?

Sheffield born, Coco has been picked up by the BBC’s Radio 1Xtra playlists for his most recent singles, ‘Big Yah’ and ‘Big N Serious', which were both given Charlie Sloth’s record of the week.

His originality, high energy sound and rapid-fire flow has labelled this northern boy as one to watch for 2016. 

Where can I see him?

Coco will be on the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury on 26th June and at Wireless (8-10th July).

Check out the aesthetics to Coco's track, 'Big N Serious':

Who are you listening to right now? Hit us up in the comments and let us know.