Hip Hop won't stop: The definitive UK/ Ireland Hip Hop Guide
Highlights include: Gods Of Rap (Wu-Tang Clan, Public Enemy and De La Soul), DJ Jazzy Jeff, Nas, Egyptian Lover, Stetsasonic, Shabazz Palaces, The Internet, Post Malone, The Correspondents, Kurupt FM, Kojo Funds and many more
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Gods Of Rap
Gods Of Rap is a brand new tour for the UK, and the name "Gods of Rap" is not given lightly, so you will see: Wu-Tang Clan, Public Enemy and De La Soul on the same bill in London, Manchester and Glasgow from 10th to 12th May, hosted by DJ Premier. Tickets on sale Friday (25th January) at 10am,
DJ Jazzy Jeff
Catch the Fresh Prince's DJ in Margate on May 4th at "May the Fouth be with You" at Dreamland as part of their Sunset Sessions series, featuring DJ Yoda and Fun Lovin Criminals' Huey Morgan. Tickets cost just £10.
The electro pioneer has announced a late set at Camden's Jazz Cafe on Friday 1st March - doors from 10:30. Tickets cost just £5!
Just say Stet! The American jazz-hip-hop pioneers have announced a London gig at Camden's Jazz Cafe on 20th March. Tickets from £13.50.
Yasiin Bey plays the Ecstatic in Manchester, Bristol and London's O2 Forum in Kentish Town from 31st January. Tickets cost £29.50 for London, £26 for Manchester and £25 for Bristol.
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.
The Correspondents continue touring the UK with more shows (some rescheduled) throughout the autumn - tickets available.
Kurupt FM have announced their Last Tour Ever (probably) with shows across the UK throughout November - tickets are on sale now, priced from £20.
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".
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.