KEIGHLEY music promoter Saby Khan has been invited to work with a member of US hip-hop group the Outlawz.

The former Keighley College student said he would be making a video and arranging concerts for rapper Nutt-so.

The Outlawz were created by the late rapper Tupac Shakur in the 1990s.

Saby, real name Sabir Hussain, from East Morton, was brought together with Nutt-so by BBC radio presenter and musician, DJ Silverfinger Singh.

Saby, who has worked with leading hip-hop acts like Black Eyed Peas and 50 Cent during his 25 year music career, said the trio chatted about Tupac's legacy and the hip-hop industry.

He said: "We spoke about how we can help young talent get into music, perform on stage and improve their career, and how we can use music and the arts to combat bullying in school.

"I was asked by Nutt-so to direct his new music video in Bradford, which will be released in April. I'll be heading to New York to arrange the first event, a Notorious BIG and Tupac tribute show for later this year with a New York promoter.

"I would like to thank Nutt-so The Outlawz for selecting me to arrange his future concerts and help keep the Tupac legacy going on to the young generation.We will be working together to promote anti crime awareness in the community."