Steve “Redeye” Arnott

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Stephen Arnott AKA Redeyefeenix is hip-hop emcee from Hull and has played live gigs for 20+ years around the UK. Redeyefeenix was internationally signed in 2014 and made history in his city of Hull he then went on to win an award from the official Zulu nation for his community work and his workshops, Redeyefeenix has recorded 4 albums 3 solo and one with his crew Projekt Feenix who sadly split in 2009.

Redeyefeenix proudest moment was supporting the legend that is Big Daddy Kane in Leeds and it was an inspirational night with Big Daddy Kane inviting him to join him on stage.

“Still Representing Hull” was internationally released in 2016 and since then he has gone on to be the protagonist in Sean McCallister’s documentary “A Northern Soul” that was screened by Sir Michael Sheen at the Baftas and won a career achievement Award from BIFF Festival in Turin Italy.

Steve also is the founder of the Beats Bus Records a record label that has a mobile recording studio for outreach work discovering young talent and used to teach Hip-Hop to communities in and aroung Yorkshire and the HUmber that are more deprived than others and struggle to access the Arts, giving young people hope and aspirations whilst teaching them the values and elements of Hip-Hop alongside some learning and development and confidence building classes.

Beats Bus Records are now an award winning community organisation that teach the elemants, values and true history of hip-hop to date they have won 8 Awards for their community work the latest being “Music Tutoring Business 2021” from Yorkshire prestige awards.

Beats Bus have succesful ran a free mentorship scheme for young people aged 8-25 since 2018 and currently mentor 12 young people supported by Tudor Trust, local celebrities and their succesfull go fund me campaign that you can find on our home page.