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In September 2017, the Big For Your Boots rapper filed a trademark application registering his name across Europe.

An insider said: “Stormzy has become a massive star in the past 18 months so he and his team think this is the perfect step to turn his popularity into a booming business.

At 24-years-old he's won two MOBO Awards and was named as an artist to look out for in the BBC's influential Sound of 2015 list.

His first studio album, Gang Signs & Prayer, came out on February 24 and went straight to number one in the UK album charts.

The Londoner had started as a road rap MC which was more stylistically hip hop than grime.

He accused police of targeting “black events” after the force made nearly 300 arrests before the Afro-Caribbean celebration in west London.“Earlier, we made an error with a picture of Romelu Lukaku that wasn’t him. “To be honest, we are totally embarrassed and want to say sorry to all involved and our readers for the error.We will keep our eye on the ball in future.” Homophobic tweets posted by Stormzy have been uncovered from 2012.Afterwards, he spoke about the win to Live Mag: "That’s sick man. Because this is a scene I’ve been watching throughout my whole childhood, it’s a scene I’ve grew up on, a scene that’s heavily influenced me.I’m a child of Grime, so for me to go and win the first ever grime category for the MOBOs…

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