Guvna B became the first gospel artist to appear on Radio 1’s DJ “Westwood’s Crib Sessions” and has shared the stage with some of UK’s leading urban talent including Chipmunk, Tinie Tempah and Bashy. Guvna B’s key musical collaborations include working alongside artists G Force, YolanDa Brown, Noel Robinson, LZ7, Four Kornerz, Jahaziel and Victizzle.
Guvna B started 2010 with his “NEXT TING 140” project he moved on to participate in T3M (The Three Musketeers) campaign1 which saw him come together with Faith Child and Victizzle to take “gospel music mainstream” as they performed at the Indig02 at the O2 Arena.
In August 2010 Guvna B played again at the O2 Arena supporting Eddie Kadi. He also performed at the annual Black Police Association “Celebration of Life” 2010 event at London’s Royal Festival Hall in October.
Guvna B won Best Gospel Act in the 2010 MOBO Awards and collected his award at the ceremony on 20 October in Liverpool, which was televised live on BBC Three.
The year 2011 saw Guvna B appointed a Youth For Christ ambassador and an ambassador for the Terence Higgins Trust working with commitment to help promote and support the work and agenda of these organisations. Guvna B is also a celebrity ambassador for The Prince’s Trust. He was invited to a Downing Street reception in April 2011 along with some of the UK’s most noted Christian figures where he met and had opportunity to speak with the Prime Minister David Cameron.
The 2011 England riots saw some of the themes that Guvna B was keen to pursue with the Prime Minister come to pass. At the height of the troubles he released a specially recorded track called “Hometown Riots” calling for calm.