Swineshead rapper feels ‘unstoppable’ after air play

Luke Settle, aka HYBRiD.
Luke Settle, aka HYBRiD.

Luke Settle, of Swineshead, whose stage name is HYBRiD, is feeling “unstoppable” now his song ‘Dream’ has been played on Time Radio.

Luke (26) had already started his path to stardom when, in August, his song ‘Let Me Explain’ was played on BBC Radio Lincolnshire, writes VICTORIA NIXON.

He said: “After I finished ‘Dream’ I had positive feelings. It was a surreal feeling when I was broadcast after Eminem’s ‘Mockingbird’. To then be compared in a professional manner against artists such as Eminem was pretty crazy – he is one of my most influential artists.”

‘Dream’ emphasised how much it means to Luke to become noticed as a musician, particularly by people in the music industry who have the power to evolve his career.

Luke has been writing music since he was 14 and has a home studio in which he writes, mixes and masters all his own tracks.

His song ‘Intro (MASK ON)’ was broadcast on BBC Radio Lincolnshire on September 24, his third song to be played in two months and Luke feels “unstoppable”.

‘Dream’ was also written as part of Luke’s debut album, which he hopes will be released shortly.