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N-Dubz are an English hip-hop trio from Camden Town, London, consisting of cousins Dappy and Tulisa, and Fazer. After winning a MOBO Award for Best Newcomer in 2007, N-Dubz briefly signed with Polydor Records before joining All Around the World. Released the following year, the trio's debut album Uncle B was certified double platinum and spawned four UK top-40 singles.

In 2009, N-Dubz won Best UK Act at the MOBO Awards and released their second album, Against All Odds. It charted at number six and was certified platinum, preceded by their first top-10 single "I Need You". The same year, N-Dubz achieved their first UK chart-topper, as a featured artist on Tinchy Stryder's song "Number 1". The trio's third album, Love.Live.Life (2010), charted at number seven and became their third successive platinum-selling album. It included the top-10 singles "We Dance On" and "Best Behaviour". The group then took an 11-year hiatus to pursue solo careers before announcing their reformation in May 2022, releasing the single “Charmer” and a sold-out UK arena tour in November and December.

About N-Dubz

All three members of N-Dubz were born in Camden Town, north-west London, and one is of Afro-Caribbean heritage and the remaining two of them are of Greek-Cypriot heritage. They each attended several different schools, meeting together for the first time when they were about 13 at Haverstock School, and coming together as a group for the first time at about this age under the management of Dappy's father, Byron Contostavlos (formerly of Mungo Jerry), who died on 12 April 2007. They had a hard upbringing, living on tough estates and experienced a lot first-hand as teenagers, including violence, depression, drug abuse, extreme financial difficulty, bullying, and gang culture.Performing as the Lickle Rinsers Crew, they released the singles "Bad Man Riddim" and "Life is Getting Sicker by the Day".

After Lickle Rinsers Crew, they then became NW1. This originated from the phrase Hakuna Matata. they were originally intended to be Hukuna Matata after they changed from the Lickle Rinsers Crew', but due to copyright from Disney, they decided to change to No Worries instead. Due to the fact there was already another group known as No Worries they decided to change instead to NW for a short time, but due to the confusion from Compton-based rap group N.W.A., they finally changed to NW1 (both after their postcode district and as a slight nod to The Lion King) which was later to be changed to N-Dubz. After making their first music video in 2005 for the track "Everyday of My Life", which received airplay on Channel U, recording more demos as NW1 such as "Don't Feel Like Moving", "Girl On Road" and "Livin Broke", their first single to be released was "You Better Not Waste My Time", which was available for download only until their 2006 self-released single, "I Swear", which gained them their first mainstream notice. It wasn't until 2007's "Feva Las Vegas" (also self-released) that the group appeared on the UK charts, peaking at No. 57. Each member appeared on the second series of Channel 4's Dubplate Drama after they began to get noticed as a group.

N-Dubz Facts

  • The trio got together in 2000 and began making music together as teenagers in Camden Town where they had all grown up.
  • They then changed their name to NW1 – but in order to avoid confusion with the Ice Cube and Dr Dre rap group NWA, they change their name again to N-Dubz, and first entered the UK charts with 2007’s Feva Las Vegas.
  • In that same year, they won a MOBO Award for Best UK newcomer, establishing themselves in the mainstream music scene.
  • Their debut album Uncle B – released in 2008 – went double platinum and featured four UK top-40 singles.

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