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Theophilus London - Century Girl feat. Devonte Hynes (music video)

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Uploaded on Jul 27, 2011

THEOPHILUS LONDON ( www.myspace.com/theophiluslondon )

Theophilus London is a Brooklyn, USA based hip hop artist with heavy electro influences.

London released his debut mixtape JAM! in 2008. In 2009 he collaborated with Machine Drum for his second mixtape This Charming Mixtape which brought London to a wider audience. In 2010 London released the mixtape I Want You which features covers of classic songs.

London's track Flying Overseas (featuring Devonté Hynes and Solange Knowles) enjoyed popularity with music bloggers in November 2010.

London found himself causing a stir with his performances at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. The title of his debut album, Timez Are Weird These Days is a reference to the tidal wave of fame London found himself riding. (I Stand Alone Songfacts).

Most of London's music can be downloaded from his blog: http://theophiluslondon.wordpress.com/

DEVONTE HYNES ( http://www.lightspeedchampion.com/ )

Dev Hynes (born 23 December 1985 in Houston, Texas), better known as Lightspeed Champion (or sometimes Blood Orange) is a British composer, songwriter, producer and author, who has written #1 records for artists such as Florence and the Machine, Diana Vickers and The Chemical Brothers on their 2007 Grammy award winning album We Are The Night. He is currently signed to Domino Records.[1]
Hynes was born in Houston, Texas but was raised in Essex, England from the age of 2. He was educated at the Chadwell Heath Foundation School, now known as Chadwell Heath Academy. He currently resides in New York. The name 'Lightspeed Champion' comes from a series of comic strips Hynes drew as a teenager in his school mathematics books.[2] Hynes was voted the 49th 'coolest person in rock' in NME's 2007 Cool List,[3] jumping to position 20 in the following year's list.[4] From their formation in 2004 until their break-up in 2006, Hynes was a member of the band Test Icicles, playing guitar, synth, and occasionally performing vocals. The band were known for their blisteringly crazy and diverse music and for their raucous live performances. They released only one full-length album (For Screening Purposes Only) in 2005.

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