Dot Rotten in King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent


Inside the King Tuts Wah Wah Tent it was dark and it smelled all musty and like damp grass! But there was a fab buzzy atmosphere down at the front of the stage. Collections and ensembles of cabs and rigs sent Dubstep booming and reverberating around the place as the crowd jostled about. Cher Lloyd was the 2nd act after Dot Rotten and I couldn’t wait! But of course, I was really interested in seeing Dot Rotten too, as of course, he collaborated with Cher on ‘Dub on the Track’.
I gotta be honest! I was completely unfamiliar with the music of Dot Rotten which made this a great opportunity to find out more about this prolific artist and his brand of Grime and Hip-Hop. When the time came I have to say I loved it! Dot bounded about with tons of energy as was a slick as. He was the perfect warm up and had no trouble getting everyone whipped up. I decided I would be checking out more material by Dot Rotten as I was so impressed!
I’d of loved it if Cher had come out to run thru ‘Dub on the Track’ ha ha! But when Dot left the stage with his music still ringing in my ears and I knew in only a few moments Cher would be on stage!!!

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