As far as British music goes, it doesn’t get much bigger than Stormzy in 2017.
Rising above and beyond his Pop peers, the Ghanaian rapper reached household name status this year when sales and streams of his debut album ‘Gang Signs & Prayers‘ made him one of the U.K’s highest-selling newcomers.
How he’s celebrating his success? By setting his sights on the world with brand partnerships he hopes will see him replicate his wins once he ventures into the U.S. to support the LP.
Stepping up to support him as he does?
STORM Models Management.
— StormModelManagement (@StormModels) December 1, 2017
Storm will help the rapper find his feet in the world of modelling as his popularity swells in the New Year with the release of more singles from the aforementioned ‘Prayers’ and the tour he’s launched to take it on the road.
— #GSAP (@Stormzy1) December 3, 2017
His union with the company also sees him find a friend in Spice Girls founder Simon Fuller who owns a stake in the business via his entertainment company ‘19.’