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.
KRS-One celebrates 40 years of hip hop with May shows in London's Jazz Cafe (both now sold out) and the Marble Factory in Bristol just added (costing £18.50).
Action Bronson celebrates new album 'Mr Wonderful' with a September UK and Ireland tour, playing gigs in London, Manchester, Bristol, Glasgow, Dublin and more, priced around £22.
The Tribe Called Quest man has announced rare UK dates, playing London and Manchester this May, with tickets around the £17.50 mark.
Grandmaster Flash must be on track to becoming an honorary Brit, with the number of UK dates he's played over the last few years. The latest batch include a summer UK tour, with festival stints at Wireless Festival and V Festival.
The Odd Future rapper is over in the UK this June, touring his new album, "I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside: An Album By Earl Sweatshirt" with dates in London, Bristol, Birmingham, Glasgow and Manchester (where he plays as part of The Parklife Weekender.
Jurassic 5 return to the UK again for 2015 this September, playing London, Manchester, Bristol and Birmingham. Tickets range from £25 to £32.50.
Nas has announced a UK tour for June including shows in Birmingham, London and Glasgow. The shows will be performed in support of his 2015 album Season Of Nasir as well as a performance of his classic Illmatic album. Prices start at £28.
Mobb Deep have announced a May UK tour (rescheduled from March), playing their 1995 album "The Infamous..." in full, marking its 20th anniversary in London, Oxford, Glasgow, Brighton and more. Tickets on sale now, starting from £20.
Wu-Tang Clan have announced summer UK gigs, playing Newcastle, Bristol, London and Glasgow in June, playing their first UK dates in almost two years. Tickets start from £33.
Fuse ODG follows his short sold out October UK tour with a spring tour covering London, Glasgow, Liverpool, Bristol, Birmingham and Manchester. Tickets are priced around the £10 mark.
DJ Jazzy Jeff
DJ Jazzy Jeff will play London this May, with other UK dates expected to be announced (fingers crossed). Catch the turntable supremo at Camden's Jazz Cafe on 3rd May. Tickets cost £25.
Run the Jewels
Beardyman brings his beat-box-of-tricks on tour this winter, playing London, Norwich, Brighton, Liverpool, Leeds, Bristol, Oxford, Birmingham, Gloucester, Leicester and Nottingham in November and December. Tickets cost £15 for London, £12.50 elsewhere.