Armstrong Martins the 23 year old recording artist from The X Factor series 15 is carving out quite a career in music since being mentored by Louis Tomlinson in the ITV show. 

Armstrong was no stranger to the TV competition experience, having previously made it to the live shows of The Voice Nigeria. 

Soho Zebrano is delighted to welcome this charismatic young star to our stage along with his personally selected line up of talented musicians. 

Armstrong will be joined by a fantastic line up of equally talented stars for yet another unforgettable night of musical entertainment. 

More details to be announced! 

Supported artists include:

Dannii Barnes

Dannii is a powerhouse singer who's end to end range and vocal versatility enthrals her audience one note at a time.

If you aren't won over by her belt, perhaps after contrasting rawness of her smooth dulcet tones you will be. 

Encompassing soulful influences with current pop, Dannii offers a little something for everyone. 

Tommy Ludford

Tommy's unfiltered approach to music is refreshing. The 20 year old singer-songwriter has a unique and captivating way of storytelling. 

Since a young age, Tommy has been writing, producing and performing his own songs; equipped with his trusty ol' 6-string. 

He has made quite a name for himself in his hometown of Rye, East-Sussex. 

In 2018, Tommy impressed the X Factor judges with his original songs before famously falling off the stage at the gruelling Six Chair Challenge. 

Tommy now resides in London, where he's working on his debut album.

LEVi Gordon

Young dance-hall artist from London with Jamaican origin. 

"London dance-hall with a good twist" - Toddla T (1 Xtra) 

"I couldn't even speak earlier cause I was too excited about getting the song on the radio" - Sian Anderson (1Xtra) 

"His fusion of heavyweight Dub, Dance-hall and a UK state of mind marks Levi out the fresh voice we didn't know we were missing" - Nation of Billions

Misty The Brand

Misty The Brand is a Jamaican singer and model based in London, who started off as a back-up and lead singer in various competitions and TV appearances. 

She recorded her first song when she was 17 years old. A finalist on the Caribbean Model Search Finals in 2011, a competition she entered in her hometown. 

She has since performed on stage with multiple Jamaican artists. 

Misty is currently writing her first song here in London, which she aims to have done by the end of this year. 

Hope Dealers 

Like hip-hog choirboys, the Hope Dealers group have fused the controversial genre off "drill" music with the Christian message of gospel to create "gospel drill".


Hope Dealers rap about redemption in front of 1,000 churchgoers in London, hoping to rescue youths from a gang culture.

The group, whose tagline is "Dealing hope to the lost", has racked up hundreds of thousands of views online with their slickly-produced videos.