Rowdy Superstar is a multidisciplinary artist. Working at the intersection of sound, music, dance and movement, Rowdy Superstar puts on club and live art nights in London.
Rowdy Superstar gained much attention with the release of a video for their song Tick Tock on YouTube. His following grew as he performed with Patrick Wolf in 2009 and toured with him as a support act in 2011. He built an underground reputation for his riotous live performance art with dance duo The Hype Girls, and toured the world as a member of Atari Teenage Riot, also closely collaborating with designer Fred Butler. His debut single Get UR Shizzit Riiiiight was released in April 2011, followed by his debut album Battery, released in November 2012 on Accidental Records, co-produced by electronic pioneer Matthew Herbert. Their album Uncapeable was released in 2018. In 2010, Rowdy Superstar was photographed by Nick Knight as one of 200 contemporary cultural icons for i-D magazine's 30th anniversary issue.