Hip Hop won't stop: The definitive UK/ Ireland Hip Hop Guide
Check out our round-up of the best MCs, Beat-boxers and DJs heading your way. All prices exclusive of booking fees.
One-off London date at Hackney's The Laundry on 5th November, promoting new album 'Lese Majesty' due out on 28th July. Tickets on sale now, costing £12.50.
T-Pain will play a rare UK gig this September gig at the IndigO2, with new album "Stoicville: The Phoenix" due out soon. Tickets on sale now.
have announced their fist UK dates in over three years, with them playing London, Brighton, Bristol, Birmingham, Glasgow and Manchester this October. Tickets start from £14.
George Watsky has a short September UK tour, playing London, Newcastle, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Dublin. Tickets range from £11 to £12.50.
Public Enemy have announced July UK tour dates to join their Leamington Spa, Lowestoft, Manchester and Brixton dates this June. You can now also catch them in July in Reading, Bristol, Glasgow, and Leeds.
Dan le Sac vs Scroobius Pip
On the back of their sold-out 2013/ spring 2014 dates, the pair have announced a July gig at the uber-cool Brooklyn Bowl at the O2, showcasing their recent album "Repent Replenish Repeat". Tickets on sale now.
Grandmaster Flash everybody knows, he leaves a trail of destruction wherever he goes... Yes, the original turntablist is over in the UK for even more dates this summer, as well as a prestigious Meltdown Festival gig at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in June. Other gigs include the Brooklyn Bowl at the O2 in London, plus Manchester, Milton Keynes (as part of The Big Reunion), Glasgow and Cambridge.
The Jungle Brothers
The Jungle Brothers return to the UK this autumn with a clutch of shows from 25th September, when they play Camden's Jazz Cafe, then Devon, Manchester and finally Newcastle in October. Tickets range from £17 to £20.
The Australian rapper and model has just put the finishing touches to her debut album "The New Classic" (out now) and to celebrate will play London's Shepherd's Bush Empire on 17th September. Tickets on sale now, costing £15.
De La Soul
De La Soul - the "Three Feet High and Rising" stars will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the album with two tours in May and August in London, Nottingham, Reading, Brighton, Leamington Spa, Manchester, Glasgow, Lowestoft, Bristol. They have also been announced as headliners at Dorset's Camp Bestival and are playing Kendal Calling in the Lake District. Tickets available (but selling fast for London), starting from £22.50.
Tyler, the Creator
Tyler, the Creator - the Odd Future rapper has announced a one-off (so far) date in London, playing The Forum in Kentish Town on 23rd July. Tickets cost £20 and are selling fast!
Catch the Wu-Tang man in London and Liverpool this July where you can expect to hear tracks from recent album "Twelve Reasons to Die" plus a host of others. Tickets start at £15 (£17.50 for London).
The American rapper will be in the UK to promote new album "Knock Madness" (released in November), with dates in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and Brighton in October. Tickets on sale now, from £13.50 to £15.