LZ7 are a Christian rap and dance group from Manchester. The band was formed in 2005 by Lindz West, a member of dance band The Tribe, who had split up the previous year. LZ7 are part of Christian charity The Message Trust, working with tens of thousands of teenagers each year in schools across Greater Manchester, Maidenhead and Reading.The band released their debut album, Ruckus, in 2005. They performed live at music festivals, such as Live Audacious and Grapevine, and also featured on the 2007 Hope Revolution tour. In 2008, LZ7 released a new mini-album named Gasoline.Two years later, their line-up changed, and a remixed version of their single "This Little Light", taken from their new album Light, made No. 26 on the UK Singles Chart in October 2010.In 2012, LZ7 collabed with worship leader Matt Redman, to release the single '27 Million', to raise awareness of modern day slavery, the single hit at No. 12 on the UK Singles Chart in February of that year. A music video was released alongside, which was filmed at the Passion Conference in Atlanta.