Tyla leads stars jetting in from all over the world to play at Wireless Festival

By Sarah Tetteh

There’s no place like London on Rockstar Energy presents Wireless weekend, just ask Drake and 50 Cent who stole the show in past years, fueled by epic Nandos riders. Classic! 

London’s music scene is just getting more and more incredible this summer – with viral sensation Tyla leading the stars jetting in from all over the world to play at Wireless Festival. 

Rockstar Energy presents Wireless has announced even more artists for its 2024 edition, promising an unmissable lineup for this summer’s must-attend event. 

New names set to perform include Cash Cobain, OsamaSon and Fimiguerrero. They will be joining headliners Nicki Minaj, 21 Savage, J Hus, Doja Cat, and special guest Future – as well as Ice Spice, Asake, Don Toliver, Rema, Gunna, Sean Paul, Sexyy Red, Tyla, Digga D, Flo Milli and many more. 

Europe’s biggest and best hip-hop celebration will take place at its iconic home, Finsbury Park in London, from July 12 to 14. So just who are these hot new acts? 

Spotlight on Cash Cobain…Hailing from the vibrant streets of Brooklyn, he promises to weave his magnetic charm through tracks like ‘Fisherrr’. 

Also announced is OsamaSon, whose rise in the underground rap scene was propelled by the viral success of tracks like ‘Cts-V’ and ‘Troops’. 

With his debut album ‘Osama Season’ dropping in July 2023, swiftly followed by ‘Flex Musix’ in December of the same year, his trajectory is one to watch. 

Rounding out the new additions is Fimiguerrero, who is primed to captivate with his newest single ‘Mandy’ at Finsbury Park. 

This eagerly anticipated performance comes hot on the heels of the release of his highly acclaimed 2023 album, ‘IMMIGRANT’. 

Grab your tickets for Rockstar Energy presents Wireless 2024  via 

Pictured top: Tyler the Creator at Wireless Festival in 2022 (Picture: Isha Shah)

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