16-year-old Fugative began his career at the tender age of 7 when he started hanging out with Darren Martyn (Shola Ama, The Honeyz) in his studio. Since then he has worked with a host of established UK artists (Kele Le Roc, Johnny Douglas and Darren Hayes) and has welcomed interest from respected US music industry execs namely Kirk Burrowes, former manager for Mary J Blige and part-owner of hip hop empire Bad Boys Inc. The future is bright for Fugative and with Music Week, You magazine, Teen Now and National Radio DJs including Nick Grimshaw tipping him for big things, the new year is sure to see him build further on his impressive musical foundations. 2009 will see Fugative take the lead with his own brand of crowd pleasing Hip-Pop. His name has been launched into the realm of dubstep by Tek-One, remixing the track "Supafly", getting featured on "The Sound Of Dubstep", compiled by The Ministry Of Sound.