Hip Hop won't stop: The definitive UK/ Ireland Hip Hop Guide
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The UK hip-hop sensation has announced his first major tour. September/October dates include London, Dublin (twice), Manchester, Glasgow and his hometown Coventry (twice). Tickets on sale now.
returns to the road for a string of October dates including Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester and Brighton - tickets available now. New album Hoodies All Summer will appear at the end of August.
has just added a London date to his 2019 schedule - he'll be at Camden's Jazz Cafe in September, as well as previously announced shows in Manchester and Leeds. Tickets available now.
The electro funk legend plays Night Tales in Hackney on 2nd August with tickets costing just £6.
The EPMD rapper has announced a September London gig, playing XOYO in Shoreditch on 22nd, showcasing songs from recent album, "Vernia".
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie plays Brixton's O2 Academy on 23rd October, with limited tickets costing £29.50.
Freddie Gibbs plays Kentish Town's O2 Forum on 26th October, plus other October dates in Brighton, Manchester and Bristol. London will see him pair-up with Madlib. Tickets on sale now from £17.50.
EarthGang have announced an autumn UK/ Ireland tour, covering London (Brixton's Electric), Manchester, Glasgow, Bristol, Birmingham and Dublin 26th September. Tickets from £17.50 to £20.
The Correspondents continue touring the UK with more shows (some rescheduled) throughout the autumn - tickets available.
Angel Haze has announced a December UK and Ireland tour, covering London, Dublin, Glasgow, Digbeth, Manchester and Bristol from 1st December. Tickets available but selling fast from £13 to £17 (for London, 19.50 for Dublin).
Playing Birmingham, Bristol, Kentish Town, Southampton, Norwich, Manchester and Nottingham in January - tickets available.
It's Like A Jungle Sometimes
Perhaps our favourite name for a Hip Hop club night, It's Like a Jungle Sometimes takes place weekly at Cargo in Shoreditch every Thursday night. Tickets cost just £2 if you get "The Message".