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KMT (Ian) has over 20 years of leading positive social change and raising awareness for a multitude of social issues through the powerful words and rhythms of Hip Hop music and a non-exhaustive passion for the environment and conservation.

With reverence to his ancestral homeland, he chose the name KMT, an abbreviation for Kemit, now known as Egypt, to indicate the progressive nature of his indigenous ancestors. His birthplace historical South London provides much of the inspiration that galvanises his vision for an inclusive and creative future within a city landscape.

KMT combines his love for music and love for nature; grounded in a deep respect for the beauty and abundance of Pachamama (Mother Earth), issues of global food security and local food growing systems, to entertain and educate. Examples weave together to form the rich tapestry that is the community-led food growing space May Project Gardens which he designed using permaculture principles. Here he mentors young people, nurturing ideas and fueling passions through music and a connection to the environment, through a 6 month leadership programme, Hip Hop Gardens

KMT also loves to educate people about dyslexia, as this is a difficulty he himself has. But he likes to focus of the strengths that dyslexia has brought him, making him a creative thinker and problem solver.

Services & other work


Hip-Hop, Afro Beat, R&B, Dance Hall, Neo Soul, Soul, Broken Beats, World, Grime and Pop and DJ’s at numerous locations across Europe.


Master of ceremonies for festivals, clubs and special events.


Passionate about sustainable living. KMT speaks from the heart on various social issues.

May Project Gardens

From transforming a garden to transforming communities; learn more about the work of May Project Gardens.

Hip Hop Garden

Learn more about the work of Hip-Hop Garden Project.



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Crowdfunder Supporter

KMT continues to make a positive difference to my life and those of others. So grateful.

Event Attendee

Just wanted to say a big thanks...for both your absolutely wonderful session in the forest garden - and your kind help and support during the ‘deep listening’ exercise. That was amazing! ...Your work is so incredible and inspiring. I’ll be talking about it for years to come.

Orli, Surrey Arts
Ian brought a really lovely energy and vibe to the session today... Having his presence there felt really reassuring and encouraging for the young people. I could sense that they really enjoyed having him there. Really enjoyed the session and his presentation.