Rizzle Kicks were Jordan 'Rizzle' Stephens and Harley 'Sylvester' Alexander-Sule; they met while attending rap and performance workshops with the Brighton-based charity AudioActive, and later both atended the BRITs School. In September 2011, Rizzle Kicks were featured artists on Olly Mur's No. 1 single 'Heart Skips A Beat', which they performed at the 2012 BRIT Awards, whilst 'Mama do The Hump' was nominated for British Single of the Year at The BRIT Awards in 2013 (they lost out to 'Skyfall' by Adele). The duo released their second album, 'Roaring 20s' in September 2013, when it peaked at No. 3 and gave them three further Top 20 singles - 'Lost Generation' (No. 6), 'Skip To The Good Bit' (No. 16) and 'Tell Her' (No. 14).