Due to hot demand, the Auckland show for Seoul sensation Keith Ape has been moved to a larger venue. The MC touches down in New Zealand this week for his first-ever Kiwi gigs – playing San Fran in Wellington on Friday, November 11 and now The Studio in Auckland on Saturday, November 12.
Keith Ape broke through in 2015 with his smash hit 'It G Ma' , which was later remixed in a video featuring A$AP Ferg, Father, Dumbfounded and Waka Flocka. Another collaboration arose with underground heavyweight Denzel Curry with a track called ‘Vigorous.’ He also partnered with iconic fashion brand Converse to craft a visually arresting interactive video for his new single, 'Diamonds.'
Vice’s NOISEY then created a documentary showcasing ‘The Great Korean Invasion of Keith Ape.’ He continued his streak with the release of his latest song 'Let Us Prey' and features Bryan Cha$e.
He also performed at SXSW with NOISEY, describing it as the craziest rap show at SXSW.
Friday November 11th: San Fran Bath House, Wellington
Saturday November 12th: The Studio, Auckland
Tickets via JustTheTicketNZ
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