Born and raised in Hackney, London, rapper Mikill Pane has had a way with words since childhood. Perhaps best known for his collaboration on Little Lady with Ed Sheeran on his legendary No 5 Collaborations Project, Pane has shown himself to be a true wordsmith.
Recognised worldwide for the vivid, dreamlike photography she has adopted as her go to style, visual artist Misha Meghna brings a splash of colour to Team Marley with her work as this year's UK campaign photographer.
Bristol-native, Matti Hemmings is a professional BMX Flatland rider. Known to some as Matt Axel from the Nickelodeon show, Get your skills On, he was a carrier in the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay and even has an impressive Guinness World Record under his belt.
DJ Kenny Ken is a legendary household name in the Jungle and Drum & Bass world, with almost three decades of achievements in the music scene. In 1994, he won one of the most revered Jungle Soundclash battles in the scene and his love of House music is still going strong today.
Yohanna ‘Yoyo’ Alem is an artist and designer whose cultural upbringing and connection to her roots have a huge impact on her work. With sustainability being one of her core values, Yoyo’s love for nature transcends into her work. She considers how best to use the earth’s resources in her designs. Her artistic flair is also influenced by music and believes artistic expression in all forms allows us to be different.
Having first discovered her flair for surfing at the tender age of 13, Lucie Rose Donlan has always had a love of the outdoors. The Newquay-born surfer draws inspiration from her natural surroundings and loves to find new ways to pursue a healthy lifestyle.
Hailing from Brighton, BBC 1Xtra resident DJ, Melody Kane dreamed of a career in music from a young age and after receiving encouragement from her friends, move her turntables out of her bedroom and into the clubs.
Born and raised on the outskirts of London, Cameron Bloomfield has been honing his musical crafts for most of his 23 years. He has evolved into an artist, a singer, and pianist who channels the sounds of many corners of the
world, and many different times, into his stories. He counts D'Angelo, Prince, and Amy Winehouse as some of his biggest
influences, but that’s far cry from the world he began his musical life in.
Deriving her name from the term ‘Third Culture Kid’, the artist and model was born in a completely different culture related to her parents. Being half Dominican and halfBelgium, growing up in Asia was a
confusing time for Kyd, but she found her true home when she moved to London in 2011.