Biography (mostly taken from Wikipedia)
Rodney P was originally a member of the London Posse. After they finished around 1996 he went on to become a very successful solo artist.
The decision to guard his creative control led to the birth of his own label Riddim killa, a collaboration with Low Life Records, one of the leading labels of the rapidly growing scene. He was introduced to DJ Skitz by a mutual friend from the Deal Real workshop in the West End, and appears on Skitz’s albums Countryman and Homegrown volume 1. The pair went on to host a show on the BBC 1Xtra radio station, a leading black music network, which ran for five years until 2007. This development in his career led to involvement in radio documentaries, including a programme recorded in Johannesburg about the aftermath of Apartheid.
His other recordings include tracks with high-profile DJs and producers such as The Nextmen, One Mike, Mystro and Plus One, and alongside fellow MCs Roots Manuva, Skinnyman and Dynamite MC. His open-minded attitude to music is demonstrated in his collaborations with dance acts Roni Size and Freq Nasty, and even more surprisingly with Björk and Nitin Sawhney, as well as Greek hip hop crew Active Member. Notable live appearances include the MF Prince’s Trust Concert with Jay-Z and Alicia Keys and the United Nations Habitat Charity Concert alongside Jazzy Jeff, Dead Prez and Mos Def, as well as regular appearances at London’s legendary Fabric Live.
Rodney P was a host of the television series Dubplate Drama shown on Channel 4, E4 and MySpace.
In 2011, he provided the voice of the animated rapper in a television advert for the Toyota Yaris.
Rodney P signed to Tru Thoughts Records in 2011. A collaborative album with Zed Bias and Falacy was released in 2012 under the name Sleepin Giantz.