Milton Keynes DJ and producer appears on ‘Future Fire’ on BBC Radio 1.
Young Milton Keynes DJ and producer Ben Sterling has been tipped to become a huge star of the dance music world in 2019 by BBC Radio 1 DJ Danny Howard.
Ben was the first of three upcoming artists Danny chose to appear on the ‘Future Fire’ section of his legendary dance show, whom he is excited about for the year ahead.
Ben began to make his name in the music industry through his residencies for ‘Rulin’ Ministry of Sound at the age of 18, which led to supporting some of the biggest names in the industry at events around the world.
He has already garnered huge support from top DJs Josh Butler and Jamie Jones and, this month, the talented youngster makes his debut on Hot Creations with a new three-track EP.
Ben, who now rubs shoulders with the likes of Calvin Harris, said: “It’s always a dream to come on BBC Radio 1 and what an honour it was to be one of Danny Howard’s first Future Fire artists for the year.
“2018 was an amazing year and I want to thank everyone who has listened to my music, purchased my tracks, come to my shows and supported me. “Secondly, thank you to my team surrounding me and my family for endless support.
“And thank you to those who have believed in me and made my dream come true. Here’s to 2019.”
Listen again at www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m0001wc9