Lee Willz + Trademark
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"Contest joy for rappers gives video TV airing"

A TONBRIDGE rapper famed for his YouTube song about the town has won a competition for his latest video to be shown on television.

Daniel Cable, who performs under the pseudonym Danny Who, has joined forces with two other local artists Lee "Lee Willz" Williams and Tom "Trademark" Moth to form Cool Sound Recordings.

The crew won an online competition to have their video for Friday Night aired on Sky music channel AKA, which showcases upcoming UK urban crunk and grime artists.

Viewers vote to give their favourite videos more air time, meaning Cool Sound Recordings may become the channel's next breakthrough act.

- This is Kent


2009 saw the release of the record labels first album and launch 'this is cool sounds' an 8 track EP.
2010 saw the release of all the artists collaberating in 'Fashionably Late' featuring Lee Willz and Danny Who's 'Friday Night' Track on AKA music channel and received airplay including Australias Kiss FM.
This year 2011 'Against Your Willz' by Lee Willz and Trademark got its long awaited hyped release featuring a professional music video from tinie tempahs 'Pass Out' Video makers. The song has had airplay and is set for its television release next month.
2011 Mixtape 'Boy Meets World'



Starting with a cheap set of decks at the age of 13 Lee Williams formally known as mc Lee formed a UK grime band, their presence and improvisation swept the underground scene.
Attention was drawn to their previous group Verbal Knock Out when the member 'Danny Who' recorded a track and video on to youtube and the track was broadcasted on BBC News.
Lee Willz teamed up with producer Trademark (Tom Moth) whom created his Indie record label in 2009 'Cool Sound Recordings' and took on the most well known Kent artists at the time including Lee Willz, Danny Who, P Man and Ricky Charles.
As the music and talent grew so did their reputation. With a string of sell out launches and gigs the labels members stayed underground until they won a competition on AKA music channel Sky TV, featured in the newspaper and received radio airplay, this resulted in a shift into more commercial music another featured music video, iTunes sales and a string of gigs and school tours.
Trademark continues to create new exciting music whilst Lee Willz writes all his own lyrics and explores his talent adding singing amongst his raps.
Band members Billy Stookes, Peter Hutchinson, Phil Donnelly and Chris Brice has joined forces with Lee Willz and Trademark to create 'The Cool Sound House Band'.
After taking Ibiza by storm with a groundbreaking Pukka Up Boat Party Performance and the making of a super quality fun video- the fan base just keeps increasing.
Their following continues to grow through self-promotion and the duo and record label are looking forward to a long career in music.