Who is Soccer Aid 2020 star DJ Locksmith? – The Sun

DJ Locksmith  is a musician best known for being part of Rudimental.

The star's real name is in fact Leon Rolle and he is the latest celeb to pitch in for Soccer Aid which helps children in trouble around the world.

Who is DJ Locksmith?

The musician and actor , real name Leon Rolle, was born in London on Christmas Day, 1986.

The star is known for being a member of a UK dance four-piece Rudimental which originated from Hackney and goes by the stage name DJ Locksmith.

He was first signed to Black Butter records in 2011.

Leon grew up in Hackney, London.

In May 2019, it was announced that Rudimental would partner upcoming vocalist LORYN for the official song of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.

The band were given a writing credit on "Bloodstream" by Ed Sheeran, who is a friend of Rolle.

The track is called"Stand By" and was released on 17 May 2019.

Currently Rolle lives in East London and has one son called Leonyedus aged eight.

Where does his DJ Locksmith name come from?

Rolle claims his nickname came from his scampish ways during his school days.

He managed to get his mitts on a spare set of keys from the janitor, giving him access to all areas.

How is he involved in Soccer Aid 2020?

Rolle will appear alongside professional footballers, sports stars and other celebs on September 6, 2020, for Soccer Aid 2020.

What is Soccer Aid 2020 and when is it?

Soccer Aid helps raise millions of pounds for the children’s charity Unicef and is taking place THIS SUNDAY (September 7, 2019).

The match will take place at Old Trafford, home to Manchester United, as it has done on six previous occasions.

Last season’s encounter was held at Stamford Bridge, home of Chelsea FC.

Every year a host of celebs from the world of entertainment and sport show off their football skills alongside former pros.

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