The British rapper has three albums under his belt - two as one half of duo Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip and 2011's solo release Distraction Pieces. He's also worked with critically acclaimed artists such as De La Soul, Bat For Lashes and King Blues and performed at some of the world's biggest music events including Glastonbury, Bestival and Coachella.
"The chance to work with XFM was one I couldn't pass up," Scroob says. "It's the station that launched my career and, through amazing people like John Kennedy and Eddy Temple Morris, has always been at the forefront of giving exposure to new sounds.
"Hip-hop is such a deep genre and, through my show, I want to shine a light on some of the stuff that maybe doesn't get enough of it."