Stormzy made his acting debut in Noel Clarke's Brotherhood, the final film in the Kidulthood trilogy.
She was also the host for Channel 5 star documentary Swipe Right for Sex.
She has made appearances in some of his music videos, including Big For Your Boots, and the pair have been making red carpet appearances together.
Matt Griffiths, chief executive of Youth Music, said: “We’ve seen the benefits of students exchanging Mozart for Stormzy as part of a re-imagined music curriculum.” Stormzy first found fame through his You Tube videos, which he has been making since 2011.
But it was his Wicked Skengman freestyles on the channel which garnered wider appeal.
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The rapper attended Maya’s 25th birthday bash at Night Tales bar in Hackney, East London, just days before their relationship broke down.
He told the Sunday Mirror: "I’m still so young but I want to propose, it’s going to happen and I will do it right.
She is so sick, she is the best." The grime artist raised questions as he unfollowed Maya on Instagram just three weeks after they attended the BRITs 2018 together. But in August 2019 the couple officially called it quits after four years together.
A source close to the telly host said: “Maya has moved out of their home in South West London.
“The decision isn’t one she has come to lightly, but ultimately the relationship has come to an end.
Homophobic tweets posted by Stormzy were uncovered from 2012.