Harry Shotta alongside TrollStation shut down the Bakerloo line on London’s underground on Monday night, with the first tube D&B rave.
Monday landed with a bang and Harry Shotta alongside TrollStation were on hand to help with that Monday night commute. The illegal D&B takeover on London’s Bakerloo line was a huge hit with everyone, before the police shut it down that is.
Arguably one of the most talented and ground breaking MC’s Harry Shotta is always pushing the levels of the art of D&B and this has to be a first. A fully fledged illegal D&B rave on a train. Complete with DJ, Lights, Smoke and of course Harry Shotta on the Mic, this has caused a huge stir and has put D&B on a national platform.
For those lucky enough to be getting the North bound Bakerloo line on Monday night. They didn’t need to worry about finding the right soundtrack on their I-Phones, Trollstation and Harry Shotta were on hand for live and illegal D&B. People were in high spirits and got involved dancing along and getting into the mood of the occasion. Harry Shotta was sitting reading the Evening Standard pretending to be a commuter. Then he asked if he could spit a few bars and then people got the full impact of live D&B at its best.
A great time was had by all except a few complaints by commuters trying to get home:
Commuter Elise Myette complained: “Can you please let me know why there’s some live rap performance holding up trains and keeping me from my PJs?”
The Police boarded the train at Paddington and shut the party down.
British Transport Police said they were called to the event after reports of raucous scenes on the train on Monday night.They tweeted: “We’ve just removed a fully-fledged rave from a Bakerloo Line tube!
“All light hearted and very co-operative. #Bakerloo running normally.”
Without a doubt absolutely priceless work from Trollstation and Harry Shotta watch the video here: