Maverick Sabre releases his new single 'Look What I've Done' this week, the track is taken from his new EP 'The Lost Words' which was release on March 7th 2011 through Mercury Records. If you're a fan of Professor Green or Chase & Status you might be familiar with Maverick's style as he's provided vocals on tracks for both acts; the former being Professor Green's 'Jungle' and the latter 'Fire In Your Eyes' taken from Chase & Status' album 'No More Idols'.
Last year the London born, Irish raised lyricist released a ten track mixtape called 'The Travelling Man' which is still available for download from Maverick's Bandcamp page, it includes songs featuring Wretch 32 and Macca.
Having already impressed crowds at last year's SXSW, toured with Plan B and gained support from Zane Lowe, Annie Mac and Huw Stephens, Maverick is set to be a shining light on the British Urban scene throughout 2011.
Tickets are now available for a few select shows taking place in March.
09/03/11 Proud Galleries, Camden 'Breakout''
10/03/11 Oceana, Wolverhampton
14/03/11 Kukui, Bournemouth
15/03/11 Upstairs@Ronnie Scott's, London
25/03/11 Element Nightclub, Southend on Sea
08/04/11 Platform1, Bristol
17/06/11 Beachbreak Live, Carmarthenshire
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