Already announced for Australia’s Splendour In The Grass 2017, rap’s next big thing, Lil Yachty will make his New Zealand debut this July.
Wrapping up a sold-out, headlining North America tour this past summer, Lil Yachty will play three headline Australian shows and Splendour before crossing the pond to The Powerstation, Auckland, for one night only, July 25.
Lil Yachty hit the Billboard charts with his 2015 singles ‘Minnesota’ (#84 Hot 100 Chart) and ‘1 Night’ (#36 R&B/Hip-hop Chart) before his ‘Summer Songs 2’ mixtape debuted at #3 on iTunes. With all eyes firmly on him, influential XXL Magazine declared him ‘rap’s next big thing’.
His recent debut headline tour The Boat Show Tour was a sell out across North America before joining fellow up-and-comers Rae Sremmurd’s wildly successful Sremmlife II Tour.
With the release of his debut album Teenage Emotions imminent, expect the hype to follow Lil Yachty all the way down under this July.
Tuesday July 25th: The Powerstation, Auckland
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Balu Brigada have released the video for their latest single ‘Could You Not’.
Multi-Platinum and Grammy Award-nominated singer, actor and producer, Omarion, has announced he will play Auckland’s Studio next month. NZ artists Donell Lewis and Mikey Mayz have been announced as support.
Rain drop. Drop top. Global rap and pop culture icons Migos are set for their first ever NZ and Australia tour. Skrrrrtt!
Prophets Of Rage: Tom Morello, Tim Commerford, Brad Wilk, Chuck D, B-Real and DJ Lord will release their self-titled, debut album September 15, 2017. The album’s bold cover art was designed by iconic street artist Shepard Fairey.
After a successful release of their debut single ‘Run’, Times x Two are back with a hard-hitting follow up single, ‘Way2Real’.
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Date / Venue: Saturday June 3rd, 2017 - Trusts Arena, Auckland
One of the most versatile R&B/hip-hop artist of this decade, Blackbear, is set to bring his Digital Druglord tour to New Zealand, hitting up Auckland’s The Studio this November.
Atlanta music superstar Future recently announced The Nobody Safe Tour performing in New Zealand for the very first time. Joining Future at Auckland’s Spark Arena on Thursday, September 28 will be trailblazing, Kiwi hip-hop stylist David Dallas as his special guest.
American rapper YG has announced that New Zealand’s very own SWIDT will be opening for him at his one-off show at the Logan Campbell Centre in Auckland on June 14.
US hip-hop artist Riff Raff is upping the ante ahead of his one-off New Zealand show - adding not one, but three, primo local support acts to the bill.
Atlanta music superstar Future has announced his ‘Nobody Safe’ tour performing in New Zealand for the first time at Auckland’s Spark Arena on Thursday, September 28.
Californian rapper YG is bringing his first solo tour Downunder, headlining a one-off show in Auckland in June.