T.Q.D. can't wait to perform on the Relentless stage at Leeds Festival this weekend and have a ''special intro'' planned.
T.Q.D. have planned a ''special intro'' for their set on the Relentless stage at Leeds Festival this weekend.
The trio - comprising Royal T, DJ Q and Flava D - are thrilled to be performing at the iconic music event on Sunday (28.08.16) because it is one of the places their fans ''demanded'' to see them, so they're planning to reward the audience with a musical treat.
They told BANG Showbiz: ''We only started working together last year, and the response has been great so far, Relentless at Leeds Festival was one of the places people demanded that we played so we are so happy to get the opportunity to do it. We have prepared a special intro especially for it.''
And the trio are also looking to their fans in the audience for some musical inspiration.
One would-be Leeds goer tweeted: ''cant wait for TQD at relentless n to force carley to put mi on her shoulders, proper in mi element (sic)''
They replied: '''put mi on her shoulders' would be a sick name for a tune dont be surprised if we use it (sic)''
The Relentless stage will see a huge line-up at Leeds this year, with mix-tape legend Jaguar Skills kicking things off on Thursday night (25.08.16). He's joined on the bill by Ghetts, Rude Kid, Levelz, Nadia Rose, Flava D and others, while Friday (26.08.16) will see Feed Me, Jax Jones and Icarus take to the stage.
Hannah Wants will give her second performance at the festival on Saturday (27.08.16), with Monki and CamelPhat also appearing that day.
Joining T.Q.D. on Sunday will be Sir Spyro and drum and bass pioneer Andy C along with MC Tonn Piper.
For more information on T.Q.D., visit https://soundcloud.com/tqdukg and https://www.facebook.com/tqdukg
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