The adidas EQT Creator Studio played host to yet another huge gig in the heart of the capital last night.
Curated by adidas Originals, the evening's festivities featured a diverse and all-British line-up to close out the the pop-up studio's run of live gigs, having previously played host to Jamie xx and Giggs, and many more.
Rising rapstress Stefflon Don brought the energy early doors, bringing her sleek and sexy style with iconic EQT pieces on stage and running through hits "16 Shots" and new single "Hurtin' Me".
The stage was then set up for a new discipline as Mura Masa delivered an eclectic hour-long DJ set, spanning a hectic blend of genres and BPMs, including funk, house and disco, before managing to find time to splice in his own floor-fillers "Lovesick" and "What If I Go", taken from his recently released eponymous debut.
To close proceedings, chart-topper Charli XCX kept the vibe rolling with a fun-filled set of boisterous, crowd-pleasing anthems.
Celebrating the best of new British music under the historic roof of a grade-II listed building, what better way to see off an inspirational week at the adidas Originals EQT Creator Studio.
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