SCOTTISH rapper Darren ‘Loki’ McGarvey has announced plans to donate all proceeds from his upcoming King Tut’s show to Drumchapel Foodbank.

Known for his unflinching and profound social commentary that has been the focal point of his work from day one, years of garnering a reputation as one of Scotland’s most insightful and politically active musicians has resulted in the release of his first book ‘Poverty Safari.’

A body of work that conveys the discontent of the nation’s underclass to those on the outside looking in,  the book has been so well received that it is presently out of stock on Amazon and has gained plaudits from Irvine Welsh, Paul Mason and JK Rowling among others.

Taking place on Sunday 17th December, Loki has described ‘Poverty Safari Live’ as ‘a  mix of rap, comedy and music’ and claims that ‘whether you are a die hard fan, a casual listener, or someone who is wondering what all the fuss is about, this is the perfect night out for you.’

Tickets for the show are available now. 

For those looking to learn more about his newly published work, check out a new short film that’s been released as a companion piece below: