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Examples of "toddla"
The company partnered with music events in the UK, including The Liverpool Sound City, Tramlines Festival, and Toddla T Sound.
FACT TV featured an interview with DJ Oneman and Toddla T in which the artists discuss Notting Hill Carnival 2012.
The O Academy Sheffield has no regular club nights at present but holds occasional destination nights, such as Gatecrasher, Valve Soundsystem, Wax:On and Metropolis, Detonate, Toddla T SOund.
Thomas Mackenzie Bell (born 22 February 1985), better known by the stage name of Toddla T, is an English DJ, record producer, remixer and composer from Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England.
Hervé founder of the collaborative group "Machines Don't Care" which has seen tracks with guests such as Sinden, Trevor Loveys, Affie Yusuf, Toddla T, Fake Blood, Detboi & Drop the Lime.
Skanky Skanky is the debut album by the artist Toddla T. It features collaborations from artists including Matt Helders, Roots Manuva, Tinchy Stryder, Hervé & Benjamin Zephaniah. There are also more regular contributions from Serocee and Mr Versatile.
Their debut album "Stick By This" was named by Pete Tong as "one of the albums of the year" in 2011 and picked up BBC Radio 1 play from Rob Da Bank, Toddla T, Zane Lowe and Pete Tong himself.
The song also became popular in the UK, and was released there on 7 November by Ministry of Sound Recordings, in an EP which will include remixes by Shy FX, Major Lazer and Toddla T.
Toddla T was raised in Sheffield where he attended King Edward VII School. Toddla T started DJing at the age of 14 in the clubs and bars of Sheffield and by the age of 16 had left school to pursue a full-time career in the music industry. His stage name was given to him by the older Sheffield DJs who influenced him and was used to indicate his relative youth. He has a son (born May 2013) with his partner, fellow BBC Radio 1 DJ Annie Mac.
"Take It Back" is a song recorded by DJ and record producer Toddla T. The song was released as a single on March 30, 2011 as a digital download in the United Kingdom. The song features guest contributions by Shola Ama and J2K. It is the first song from his second studio album "Watch Me Dance".
Watch Me Dance is the second album by the British artist Toddla T. It features collaborations from artists including Shola Ama and Roots Manuva. Two singles were released from the album, "Take It Back" featuring Shola Ama and "Watch Me Dance" featuring Roots Manuva.
Toddla T's first album, for 1965 Records, encompasses hip-hop, electro, garage, dancehall and house and was released in May 2009. The major collaborators were Serocee and Mr Versatile. The album also features further collaborations with Matt Helders from the Arctic Monkeys,
Before the official release date, Zarif gave out free copies of Let Me Back on limited edition pink cassette at her gigs. There are official remixes of the song by Toddla T, Paul Jackson, Bobby & Klein, Love to Infinity, Afroganic and Sticky. There is also an acoustic version of the song which was released free, as a download, on Zarif's website.
FabricLive.47 is a 2009 album by Toddla T (Tom Bell). The album was released as part of the FabricLive Mix Series. Bell described the album as sounding as "Sheffield sonic stylee – as if a sweaty Sheffield basement was deported to Farringdon for the night."
In 2009, he was featured in the dancehall remix to Jamie Foxx's "Blame It". Marshall's single "Messing With My Heart", featuring Mavado, from his third album was released in November 2010. Marshall collaborated with the British musician Toddla T on the track "Streets So Warm", which was released as the third single from his 2011 album "Watch Me Dance".
The label has since released music of myriad artists (including The Cinematic Orchestra, Amon Tobin, Bonobo, Kelis, Mr Scruff, Jaga Jazzist, Fink, Kid Koala, The Bug, Machinedrum, Lee Bannon, Dorian Concept), and distributes other record labels – including Big Dada, Brainfeeder (Flying Lotus' label), Werkdiscs (Actress' label) and Girls Music (Toddla T's label).
Tramlines 2012 took place on Friday 20 July to Sunday 22 July. Headliners included Reverend & The Makers, Roots Manuva and We Are Scientists, with Spector, Ms Dynamite, Mr Scruff, Julio Bashmore, Toddla T, Koreless, Ifan Daffyd, Clock Opera and Dead Sons also playing over the weekend, amongst others. Weston Park hosted a stage for the first time in the festival's history.
In 2014 Obenewa featured on Huxley's album "Blurred" on the track "Road Runner" which was released on Will Saul's Aus Music imprint. She also featured on Walter Ego's "CTRL + ALT + DEL" ep on 2020Vision which received airplay from Annie Mac and Toddla T on BBC Radio 1 and Giles Peterson on BBC Radio 6 Music .
Toddla T is currently DJing in clubs and festivals throughout the UK, Europe, North America and Australia, he has a successful quarterly residency at XOYO and a soundsystem at Notting Hill Carnival. He has a weekly show on BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 1Xtra which has featured guests such as Skepta, JME, Novelist & Wiley. He is involved in recording and producing various artists such as Roots Manuva, Skepta, Wiley, Ms. Dynamite & Róisín Murphy. He has also remixed the likes of Little Dragon, Major Lazer & Hot Chip. In 2010 he signed to the record label Ninja Tune and released Watch Me Dance in 2011 he is currently working on a new album. In 2012, Toddla T started his record label Girls Music with Raf Rundell from The 2 Bears.
Serocee's debut single "Life" was released in 2006 and received critical acclaim since then he has released further singles and been involved on projects with the likes of Basement Jaxx, MJ Cole, Zed Bias, and Toddla T, Reggae heavy hitters such as Shaggy collaborators Brian and Tony Gold, General Levy South Rakkas Crew and Lloyd Brown not to mention British Hip Hop veterans Karl Hinds, Seanie T, Roots Manuva and Super group Moorish Delta!