The man, the myth, the legend. Fatboy Slim’s career is filled with many great moments; and he just added another one to his résumé by becoming the first DJ to perform in Brighton’s British Airways i360 viewing pod.
The pod consists of a glass elevator-like structure that glides up to 162m in the air, giving the visitors a unique view of Brighton and the rest of Britain’s South Coast.
The musician born in Kent, whose real name is Quentin Leo Cook (also known as Norman Cook), has many great achievements and tracks to his name: In 2002, he performed before a crowd of 250,000 people in Brighton’s beach. He is also the author of many of dance music’s greatest hits, with songs like “You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby”, “Praise You”, “The Rockafeller Skank”, “Right Here, Right Now”, and many others. He has many albums to his name, and to say he’s a living legend is an understatement.
This past Sunday, Fatboy Slim took it to the skies and absolutely killed it, giving fans many different levels of energy (see what I did here?). Only 120 people were lucky enough to get tickets, but the whole thing was livestreamed on Fatboy’s Facebook page.
You can check it out in the link down below!