Happi, whose name is Mark Babatunde while offstage, has merged what he calls his “afro/urban background” to create trendy pop sounds and a “positive message”.

Happi, both a singer and producer, developed a name and fan base whilst creating faith based music and mentoring young people across the UK. At the age of 25, Happi has already developed many skills, from producing his own tracks to editing his own videos, which has brought him to the attention of some of the UK's best artists and public figures.

Previous releases include single Southside with a remix featuring Grime pioneer Capo Lee. His two previous projects include the Blackout EP with Melvillous and Komenz, as well as the Boy and His Imaginary Friend EP (stylised BAHIF) which premiered with Notion Magazine and had a sold out headline show in 2017. 

With influences from the likes of Jon Bellion, Drake, Wizkid and the UK’s Rudimental and Wstrn, Mainline demonstrates such positivity with a bouncy, afro-funk vibe and catchy lyrics.

More about him at happimusic.co.uk