The London grime collective are headlining The Other Stage on the festival's final day
The London grime collective had the honour of closing Worthy Farm’s second biggest stage on Sunday night, with the performance marking BBK co-founder Skepta‘s second consecutive appearance at Glastonbury in as many years after he performed on the Pyramid Stage in 2016.
Taking to the stage shortly after 10:15pm, BBK’s DJ Maximum dropped a mix of Thin Lizzy’s 1976 hit ‘The Boys Are Back In Town’ with the Rebound X instrumental ‘Rhythm ‘N’ Gash’. The collective’s logo was then flashed up on the screen, along with a dominantly-red light show.
Following the introductory mix, BBK co-founder JME jumped on stage to perform ‘Don’t @ Me’ from his 2015 album ‘Integrity>’, accompanied by Skepta and Frisco.
Shortly afterwards, Skepta performed ‘That’s Not Me’ with JME – watch a clip of their performance below.