Rak-Su and Big Shaq are set to perform at Capital's Jingle Bell Ball this weekend.
'X Factor' winners Rak-Su and rapper Big Shaq have been added to Capital's Jingle Bell Ball line-up.
The popular four piece - made up of childhood friends Mustafa Rahimtulla, Ashley Fongho, Jamaal Shurland and Myles Stephenson - shot straight to number one with their original winners' charity single 'Dimelo', which features Wyclef Jean and Naughty Boy, and will now make their live debut since winning the competition at the festive extravaganza at London's The O2 on Saturday (09.12.17).
'Man's Not Hot' hitmaker Shaq - who stands a chance of being this year's official UK Christmas number one - has also joined Sunday's (10.12.17) bill at the last minute.
The grime star joins Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift, who is playing her only European show of the year, on the Sunday, and The Chainsmokers, Louisa Johnson, Stefflon Don, Mabel, James Hype and Matt Terry, Irish pop rock group The Script and 'Came Here For Love' DJ Sigala.
Rak-Su perform the same night as Sam Smith, Rita Ora, Jonas Blue, James Arthur, Jax Jones, Yungen, Niall Horan, Major Lazer, Anne-Marie, Craig David and Dua Lipa.
Tickets for the two-day extravaganza sold-out in record time, flying into the hands of Capital listeners in 45 minutes.
More than 30,000 music fans will attend the weekend event.
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