SNEEK is a Hip-Hop recording artist from Folkestone, Kent (ENGLAND).
And he also steals underwear from women once he's slept with them.
Sneek's roots include garage, grime, dubstep and hip-hop. Heavily influenced by the golden era of hiphop, Sneek drew inspiration from the greats such as Method Man, Eminem, Royce Da 5'9", 2Pac, Biggie and various other legendary rappers.
Sneek first began recording in 2002 on his cousin and neighbour Krafty's karaoke machine. Using B-Side instrumentals, the pair would record freestyles on tape cassette. Eventually this led to multiple studio demos in the Maidstone based recording studio Back Alley Studios.
Performing numerous local shows consisting of rapping and break-dancing, Sneek would write with a comical, cartoonish rap style. This gained him recognition and respect with local rappers as his outlandish style stood out from others.
In 2005, Sneek appeared in the horrorcore rap group Lunacy Spookz and went on to form the 3-man group King Pinz (often stylised as KiNG PiNZ). Both groups led to indefinite hiatuses but were nevertheless a notable period of time in Sneek's career.
In 2006, Krafty & Sneek worked on The Slaughterhouse EP which was never completed.
From '06 to '08, Sneek stepped away from the mic to focus on personal priorities in his life. However, by 2008, Sneek teamed up with hip-hop movement Spit Pit Music - consisting of Krafty, 3sixT, JackPot, Kasper Black, Lucy Pearson and Eddie Rath. This brought about various collaborations including 'Kings of the Town' and particularly Sneek's solo anthem 'S-N-EE-K'.
In 2012, Sneek collaborated with Krafty for his Not For Replay mixtape on the song Move On which gained notable YouTube views and downloads from numerous sites. 2012 also saw Sneek release his solo dubstep song 'All We Need' - a more personal and aggressive style compared to previous songs from Sneek.