Charlie Sloth has revealed that he has made big changes to Fire In The Booth come 2017. Fire In The Booth came into existing eight years ago when rapper Mystrio was the first rapper to appear on Charlie Sloth’s legendary freestyle series.
The show has been home to some of the finest lyrical displays, from the likes of Wretch 32, Akala, Mic Righteous, Chip and Kano. Fire In The Booth has been a great platform for up and coming artists to showcase their talent and to get their name out there. Going forward from 2017 Charlie has promised to introduce some new things for Fire In The Booth, like an awards scheme and a voting system, which allows us to finally decide what the best Fire In The Booth is. Check the video to hear what Charlie Sloth himself has to say about what’s in store for us and artist.
Check Out The New Changes To Fire In The Booth
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