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General News / February 5, 2019

Angel Haze confirms Dublin return

General News / February 5, 2019

Angel Haze confirms Dublin return

Since her self-released debut mixtape, ‘King’ in 2011, Detroit rapper, singer, activist and writer has become one of leading voices in underground hip hop.

 

Her work explore themes of abuse, despair and suicide (topics we discussed in our 2016 interview with the artist where she candidly spoke about  mental health & music industry misogyny).

On Tuesday April 30 she returns to Dublin for the first time in three years where she performs an intimate set in Academy Green Room.

Tickets from €19.50 including booking fee on sale Thursday February 7 at 9am.