Opening the festive season with a bang, last night Big Narstie joined Fireball for a surprise London singalong with the Melodees from Heaven Choir.

The 1st of December means one thing — it’s officially time to embrace feeling festive. For both those charging into the Christmas spirit and those in need of a shot of something warming to get them going, last night Fireball kickstarted the festivities with some iconic guests of honour.


We’ve all had the same small talk chats at pre-Christmas gatherings standing out in the cold, but last night at Broadway Market’s Cat and Mutton pub, unsuspecting post-work drinkers experienced a mischievous surprise when Big Narstie showed up with the newly released ‘FireKeg’ – a keg of Fireball Cinnamon Whisky Liqueur containing 140 shots, newly available in the UK.


Narstie led the crowd, who quickly spread out onto the market, into a conga line, before launching into a spontaneous nostalgic singalong joined by the Melodees from Heaven Gospel Choir.


Creating an infectious energy that fizzled long into the evening, last night captured the essence of both Big Narstie and Fireball. As the number-one shot brand from the US, their link-up with Narstie was the perfect collaboration to stir up the UK scene with the dose of irreverent fun they’re both known for bringing to any occasion.


“Rolling in the festive spirit with the FireKeg – them gifts there bring a whole vibe for all the man dem and gyal dem!” Narstie said of the evening. “It’s been sick linking up with Fireball and the Melodees from Heaven Choir to spread the Christmas vibe and sing some tunes – I secretly think I’m ready to join the choir you know lol. Now is the best time of year to get everyone together to celebrate and we definitely got the crowd out their seats to turn up with base. Large up Fireball.”


James Johnstone, Senior Marketing Manager at Fireball adds: “Fireball was delighted to work with Big Narstie and the Melodees from Heaven Choir to get the locals around the Cat and Mutton Pub into the festive spirit. It has been a joy to be a part of what we hope was a fun, festive surprise for the community.”