Darq E Freaker is a Uk grime manufacturer whose colorful, sometimes aggressive monitors draw from gaming music, ’90s rave lifestyle, and American hip-hop. Blessed Jeremiah Valentino Ntéh in Peckham, London in 1987, he initial became referred to as element of grime collective Nu Brand Flexxx, who released a full-length entitled Rangoose, Vol. 1 in 2008. Ntéh created this year’s 2009 one “Next Buzz” by MC Tempa T, and his debut EP, The Horus, made an appearance on Avalanche Music this year 2010. Essential oil Gang released Darq E Freaker’s Cherryade EP in 2011, as well as the name monitor became an underground strike, subsequently appearing on the few year-end singles polls. This resulted in many collaborations for the manufacturer, especially with Detroit MC Danny Dark brown, who guested on Darq E Freaker’s 2012 one “Blueberry (Supplements & Cocaine).” Freaker also created “Handstand” on Brown’s acclaimed 2013 full-length, Aged. Furthermore to monitors with Dark brown, he also created monitors for grime MCs Wiley and Competitor, and remixed performers far beyond your grime scene such as for example Scissor Sisters, Kelis, and Main Lazer. In 2014, Freaker released a restricted one for Record Shop Day entitled “Ironside,” which sampled Quincy Jones’ theme melody for the tv screen group of the same name. Freaker’s 2015 one “Minger” appeared over the Quantities label, and he transferred to Big Dada for his 2016 EP ADHD.