Hip Hop won't stop: The definitive UK/ Ireland Hip Hop Guide
Highlights include: Shabazz Palaces, The Internet, Post Malone, Masta Ace, Bugzy Malone, The Correspondents, Necro, Kurupt FM, DJ Krush, Skengdo & AM, Kojey Radical, Cypress Hill, Kojo Funds and many more
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The experimental American hip hop duo play Jazz Cafe in Camden on 7th February. Tickets from £15.
The Internet play London, Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, Dublin and Bristol this March. Expect to hear songs from new album, "Hive Mind". Tickets are selling fast and cost around £22.50, ?29.50 for Dublin.
Post Malone has announced a UK and Ireland arena tour, playing London, Birmingham, Glasgow, Dublin and Manchester from 14th February. Tickets on sale now, priced from £50 and are already in short supply.
Masta Ace has announced a one-off (so far) London gig at XOYO in Shoreditch with Marco Polo on 5th December. Tickets cost just £12.50.
Bugzy Malone will be touring throughout October and November with numerous headline shows and two nights at Manchester's Warehouse Project - tickets now available.
The Correspondents continue touring the UK with more shows (some rescheduled) throughout the autumn - tickets available.
Necro has a one-off show booked for London with Skinnyman as support - tickets for the Garage exclusive are on sale now.
Kurupt FM have announced their Last Tour Ever (probably) with shows across the UK throughout November - tickets are on sale now, priced from £20.
DJ Krush will bring his unique turntablism to Hackney for a special exclusive show on 17th November at Hangar. Last few spaces now available.
Skengdo & AM
Skengdo & AM have a December tour lined up with shows in Manchester, London, Bristol, Nottingham and Manchester. Tickets still available.
Kojey Radical will embark on a headline tour prior to him joining a Speak Your Mind tour with Anne-Marie and Mahalia later in the autumn. Tickets are available.
The Cool Kids
The Cool Kids have announced their first UK gig in almost seven years, playing Camden Town's Jazz Cafe on 13th November. Tickets cost £15.
Playing Birmingham, Bristol, Kentish Town, Southampton, Norwich, Manchester and Nottingham in October - tickets available.
Cypress Hill bring new album, "Elephants on Acid" - their first album in almost eight years - to the UK with an autumn tour covering Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham and London's Brixton Academy from 30th November. Tickets on sale now, costing £36.50 for London, £32.50 elsewhere.
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".
Jake Hill and Josh A
Will be playing Glasgow, Manchester Northern Quarter, Birmingham Kings Heath, Cardiff, Bristol and London as part of their Better Off Dead tour in early 2019.