‘London’s best R&B AND Hiphop nights’ Time Out.
Hailed as ‘London’s best RnB night’ by Time Out, Supa Dupa Fly is an essential fixture in any 90s & 00s Hiphop, RnB and Garage lover’s diary. Since 2011, we’ve grown to become arguably the best event of our kind in the UK. Rita Ora, Disclosure, Jazzy Jeff, EZ, Heartless Crew are just some of the artists who’ve performed at Supa Dupa Fly, not to mention impromptu sets from Amerie and Professor Green, plus special guests Emeli Sande and Lion Babe. Every year we host arenas at festivals like Lovebox and numerous high-profile shows at Soho and Shoreditch House. Recent press features include Time Out, The Guardian, The Metro and The Evening Standard.
Expect 90s & Noughties Hiphop from 2Pac, Bigge, Lil, Kim, A Tribe Called Quest, DMX, Busta, Outkast, Jay-Z, Kanye & Luda. R&B from Beyonce, Aaliyah, TLC, R Kelly, Missy, Brandy, Kelis, Usher, Destiny’s Child, J.T & more too! We throw in the odd new jam too, mainly because we love Kendrick, Drizzy & Bey!
DJ Emily Rawson
Emily Rawson is one of the UK’s most in demand female DJs and promoters. Her club night, Supa Dupa Fly, is unquestionably the biggest Hiphop & RnB night in the UK and her all female brand, Rock The Belles, is pushing gender boundaries in music by championing female DJ talent.
Phenomenally popular with a crowd, Emily DJ’s for global brands from Chanel to Nike & Soho House, alongside hosting and playing for celebrities including the Kardashians, Kanye West, Rita Ora and Jazzy Jeff. She also plays festivals including Lovebox The Great Escape & Fresh Island, as well as being a regular contributor on BBC Radio 1Xtra.
In 2015 Emily was awarded Marie Claire’s ‘Women At The Top’ award, an accolade celebrating ten of the most inspirational innovative game-changers who shaped the year with their work.
Fiercely ambitious and supportive of women, Emily’s Rock The Belles collective brings together the hottest female DJs, bands & creatives for a genre-defying celebration of the females who are making their mark in music. Emily works as a mentor to many women in the music industry and regularly speaks at panel events, as well as often donating a proportion of event profits to her chosen charity Action Aid.
Not content with two huge club brands and personal recognition for her DJ and mentor work, June 2016 saw entrepreneurial Emily launching Supa Dupa Fly’s very own festival in Santorini; four days & nights of Sun, Sand & Supa Dupa Fly!