Lockdown may have temporarily halted the Love Music Hate Violence project in Slough schools - but the man behind it Stephen Ambrose is still getting the message across.

Stephen - best known in the area as DJ and music producer Stevoss - is organiser of the Britwell Youth and Community Project, where the LMHV campaign began last year.

It was set up after a spate of knife attacks in Slough and launched at the Community Project headquarters in Wentworth Avenue with an anti-knife event and the premiere performance of a rap influenced anthem written by Stevoss and his good friend Uncle Gidz called Put Down the Knife and Gun.

The campaign carried on in schools until lockdown stopped it for a time.

But now the team has taken to social media.

Stevoss rounded up members within the musical collective to do a guest DJ Set on the Sting London Live Stream.

Together, Stevoss, Rhymestar, Brownie & Uncle Gidz representing Love Music Hate Violence played an explosive Stamp Out Racism DJ set on STING LIVE which was broadcasted live on YouTube.

The four artists are from different backgrounds, Asian, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, Irish, West Indian, and Afro-Caribbean. They have all spoken up about experiencing racism at different points of their lives.

Stevoss said: "The response to the performance was phenomenal and raised the spirits of all the viewers. The stream overall managed to reach 11,000 viewers and had guest Celebrity 'Juggy D' from the Rishi Rich Project also pass through to do a performance to support the Stamp Out Racism campaign along with other up and coming DJ’s."

The Live Stream was host By Sabrina, and Haashim who are also residents of Slough.