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Music / March 30, 2021

Digga D announces Academy Green Room show

Digga D, via Facebook
Music / March 30, 2021

Digga D announces Academy Green Room show

Words: Dylan Murphy

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Digga D has flipped the UK music industry on its head. One of a number of drill artists in the UK prohibited from including certain inflammatory topics in his music, he became a central figure in the conversation around the government’s crackdown on drill.

Despite this and numerous prison stints he’s dominating TikTok and even taking on the charts with his infectious anthems.

Following his number 2 charting mixtape Made In Pyrex, the London spitter is heading out on tour and is heading the Ireland’s capital.

Digga D plays The Academy Green Room Wednesday 27 October.

Tickets are €16.50 and go on sale this Thursday 10.00 on Ticketmaster.