Bradford's Bad Boy Chiller Crew (BBCC) is set to play at Glastonbury with three performances.

It's a milestone moment for the MC trio - made up of Kane, GK and Clive - as they bring their high energy hits such as 'BMW', '450' and 'Don't You Worry About Me' to the iconic festival.

The boys are rising fast through the ranks of music fame, although some of their lyrics and the lifestyle to which they allude have drawn criticism from some quarters.

Recent notable achievements have including performing at Parklife in Manchester and overseas festivals, thanks to the backing of former Radio 1 DJ Annie Mac.

Now, BBCC are preparing to share their “frantic lyrical fire” and “pacey 4x4 bass-quakes” to an international audience at Glastonbury.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Bad Boy Chiller Crew (BBCC) at Glastonbury 2022

BBCC will play The Rabbit Hole stage between 10pm and 11pm on Thursday; the John Peel Stage between 12.45pm and 1.30pm on Friday and the Lonely Hearts Club stage on Saturday between 8.45pm and 9.30pm.

Previous set lists for shows – including O2 Leeds in April – could reveal clues about which bassline house tunes are on the bill.

As part of their UK and Ireland tour, BBCC was known to play So Much in Love; Get Out Of My Head; On My Way; My Place; The Things You Do; Kyla Why Did You Play Me; Eyes At Me; Messages; Bikes N Scoobys; Alize; Forget Me; You're The Best Thing; Wasted On Ya; Baby Boy; Footsteps; George Best; BMW; Free; Skank All Night; 450 and Don't You Worry About Me.

BBCC’s Spotify page reads: “Bradford’s BBCC are MCs Kane, GK and Clive. Deeply influenced by the ‘bassline house’ clubbing heritage they grew up around in the North of England as well as emergent UK and US rap.

“The boys’ have created something of their own new sound, lacing pacey 4x4 bass-quakes with a frantic lyrical fire that veers from infectious ear-worm hooks to wry observational punchlines. Think The Streets meet T2’s ‘Heartbroken’.

“Embracing the term ‘charva’ as a way-of-life, together they channel the nuances and absurdities of northern street life into hugely addictive tunes.

"The new album 'Disrespectful' is out now, featuring new single ‘BMW’.”

It comes just months after the boys got their first UK Top 10 single with ‘BMW’.

The song was placed at number nine in the chart throughout March.

At the time, BBCC posted on their Instagram: “From the studio to the UK top 10. BIG UP all of you for supporting.”