There’s no end to the on-going benevolence of mega superstar, Stormzy.
After breaking onto the music scene the rapper has used his highly-polished platform for doing seemingly nothing but good; with the latest overwhelmingly gratifying deed seeing the multi-award winning rapper unexcitingly showing up in a schoolboys’ bedroom, in Croydon, south London, to help paint and decorate his bedroom as part of a ‘give back’ scheme run by decorating company The Good Guys.
For 15-year-old Ishae, you couldn’t have thought of a better ‘What I did in the holidays’ when he gets back to school.
For Croydon man, Stormzy, it’s just another of his growing portfolio of great and substantial stances he has made since he’s been in the public eye.
Having offered scholarships to Black UK students who have admitted to the University of Cambridge, pledged £10 million to UK organisations, charities and movements tackling racial inequality, justice reform and Black empowerment and announced a publishing deal with Penguin to help young writers become published authors
The 24-year-old superstar, who has a record label called #Merky, which has a deal with Atlantic Records to release his own music and to find "fresh new talent" was the first grime artist to achieve a UK number one album, topping the charts with his debut Gang Signs and Prayer in 2017. It went on to earn him the prizes for best album and best male at the 2018 Brit Awards.
His array of other awards include; MOBO, Mercury Prize, BET, Ivor Novello, GQ Men of the Year, Global, BBC Music, AIM Independent Music, MTV Europe Music, NME, Q, Rated Silver Clef, South Bank Sky Arts and UK Music Video awards.
Goodness only knows what might happen come the net New Years.