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READ ALL ABOUT IT: Professor Green headlines Christ Church Summer Ball 2018
Professor Green has released two full length studio albums - 2010's All Till I'm Dead and At Your Inconvenience - which include a string of popular singles including "I Need You Tonight", "Just Be Good to Green", and "Monster".
But it was in November 2011 that the Professor shot to the top of the UK singles charts for the first time with Read All About It, featuring Emeli Sandé. The pair were invited to perform on the X Factor making Professor Green the first rapper to appear on the show. "Never Be A Right Time", "Remedy" and "Avalon" are amongst other singles to be released from the 2 x UK Gold album.
As well as winning awards for Breakthrough Artist Of The Year (BT Digital Music Awards 2010), Best Hip-Hop/Grime Act (MOBO Awards 2010) and Best Dancefloor Filler (Jungle - NME Awards 2012), Professor Green has also been nominated for a number of other awards including the 2012 Brit Award for Best British Male.
In recent years, Professor Green has been seen more on TV screens with a series of documentaries including "Living Poverty" and, most recently, "Working Class White Men". He also co-hosted the UK version of Lip Sync Battle alongside Mel B.