Hip Hop Clubs in London

From brunch parties and themed pop-ups to weekly club nights and low-key events, this city just can't get enough of those sweet sounds. Influenced by American acts and regional artists, there are so many clubs in London hosting true old school music nights with smashing success. So how about getting your sweet A$AP Rocky and Biggie Smalls fill by taking a look at our recommended list of the best hip hop clubs in London?

Last updated on 24th October 2019




Hip Hop Brunch LDN

471 user reviews 4

The brunch movement taking London by storm is back and bigger than ever. Revolutionising everything we know about boozy brunches in London, Hip Hop Brunch will have you getting messy with a menu of Dirty South dishes and bottomless drinks before spitting lyrics and breaking moves on the dance floor.

Supa Dupa Fly is the necessity for hip hop lovers diaries, packing out every weekly event for the past 6 years. They've hosted shows for artists including Jazzy Jeff, EZ, Rita Ora, EZ and Disclosure with recent impromptu performances from the likes of Amerie and Professor Green. 
 

Jazz Cafe

23 user reviews 3

You'll arguably know the Jazz Cafe more for its live music - Amy Winehouse, Kelis and Bobby Womack have all graced the stage here - but there's also a gem of a hip-hop night to welcome in the weekend here. Head out in the heart of Camden Town where DJs play nothing but the freshest hip-hop beats til 3am on selected days.

The Old Queen's Head

27 user reviews 4

All cocktails are £5 every Wednesday!

The Old Queen's Head in Angel loves a good party, especially when it comes with lashings of raucous behaviour and outrageous fun. Head to the Islington hotspot to dance the night away with a great crowd, top-notch drinks and a hot hit list of hip hop classics.

Chicken ‘n’ Beer

20 user reviews 4

If you've been to Concrete then you'll know it's all about the music. The Shoreditch hangout will be joining forces with Chicken N Beer for a night filled with live DJs, special guests and a soundtrack of hip hop, trap, UK garage, R&B and afrobeats. 

Faded

15 user reviews 3

These guys are gaining a cult following for their ever-growing hip-hop, RnB and dancehall parties. From themed brunches to seasonal parties and weekly soirees taking you from Camden to Kingsland Road, there's something for everyone.