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AJ Tracey plays his biggest Australian tour yet this April and May

Tuesday 18 February 2020

AJ Tracey plays his biggest Australian tour yet this April and May

UK's rap sensation AJ Tracey is touring Australia this April and May. He will be hitting major venues kicking off at Perth's Rosemount Hotel. Melbourne's 170 Russell and Brisbane's Triffid will be the next stops while Sydney's Metro Theatre will see the final show. Apart from these headline concerts, the in-demand rapper will also be gracing this year's Groovin' The Moo lineup.

Bursting into the UK grime scene in 2015, the London-born artist has continuously pushed the boundaries of UK rap throughout his self-built journey. From his string of impressive collaborations including Dave, Giggs, Denzel Curry and Craig David, to appearing on tracks alongside Missy Elliott, A$AP Rocky, Rick Ross and more, AJ Tracey has proved he is a force to be reckoned with.

Last year saw him release his single 'Ladbroke Grove'. It sat as the top-selling independent single of the year, enjoyed an unbelievable 13 weeks in the UK top 10, gained over 100 million streams and now certified Platinum. His groundbreaking self-titled debut LP shot to #3 in the UK charts, has been streamed over 250 million times globally and is one of the top-selling independent debuts of the year. Most recent hits 'Floss' feat. Not3s and MoStack and the wildly popular 'Kiss and Tell' feat. Skepta have kept the momentum rolling from the acclaimed record, each collecting over 10 million Spotify streams.

Joining the wall of fame, AJ Tracey has gone on to win a number of awards including the MTV Brand New title and DJ Mag's Best British MC recognition plus nominations for MOBOs, BRITS, and AIM Awards. On an international level, the 25-year-old was named in Forbes 30 Under 30 and has gained support from the likes of Pitchfork, The Fader, Dazed & Confused, Wonderland Magazine, i-D, NME, Noisey, The Independent, The Guardian and as well as ICON, GQ Australia and Acclaim.

Grab your tickets and catch AJ Tracey on what will be his biggest Australian shows yet!

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