In February 2016 over £500,000 raised from the auction of major works generously donated by the artists Tracey Emin and Sir Antony Gormley, in support of the project.The generous support from a number of trusts, foundations, individuals and commercial galleries has helped the SLG to raise a total of £3.3m.better known by his stage name Giggs, is an English rapper from London. In 2008 he released his debut studio album Walk in da Park and released a follow-up album, Let Em Ave It the following year peaking at number 35 on the UK Albums Chart. B and "Look What the Cat Dragged In" both charted in the top 60 of the UK Singles Chart.Giggs released his third studio album When Will It Stop, in October 2013.
He returned to Santa Fe to establish the new headquarters of the School of American Archaeology (known later as the School of American Research, and now as the School for Advanced Research) for the Archaeological Institute of America.Giggs released Let Em Ave It in 2009 and singles released from that album include "Slow Songs" featuring Mike Skinner, "Look What The Cat Dragged In" and "Don't Go There" featuring American rapper B.o. At the Reading Festival in 2010, Giggs appeared on BBC Three, which was his first television appearance, performing his single "Look What The Cat Dragged In". This year he was nominated at the MOBO awards in the Best UK Hip Hop/Grime category.That year he also appeared on Tinchy Stryder's single "Game Over" Alongside Chipmunk, Devlin, Example, Tinie Tempah and Professor Green. He was then nominated again for the same award in 2011.A Greenwich man has been charged following a fatal stabbing in Peckham.The victim, in his 20s, died after he was found with stab wounds on Friday (April 28) afternoon by officers who were called to reports of an altercation in Peckham, Southwark.