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.
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