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General News / December 6, 2019

IAMDDB is coming to Dublin in the new year

General News / December 6, 2019

IAMDDB is coming to Dublin in the new year

Manchester’s own IAMDDB is bringing her unique blend of trap and soul to Dublin next year.

Having spent time in her father’s native Angola, IAMDDB has an inimitable diversity to her sound. Incorporating elements of jazz, soul, neo-soul and hip hop to her records, she has also developed an instantly recognisable cadence and flow.

Placing third in the BBC Sound of 2018, her potential has been clear from the start. She’s making her way to Dublin early 2020 for what promises to be a hype show.

IAMDDB plays the Academy Green Room  Friday 28 February 2020.

Tickets from €20 incl booking fee on sale Friday 13 December at 9am.

IAMDDB 2020 tour