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Music / October 11, 2022

Isaiah Rashad announces Dublin headliner

Isaiah Rashad by Spencer Sease
Music / October 11, 2022

Isaiah Rashad announces Dublin headliner

Words: Dylan Murphy

A year on from the release of The House Is Burning, Isaiah Rashad has announced his return to Ireland.

There’s few rappers more universally loved than Isaiah Rashad. The Top Dawg Entertainment signee made his name with the release of the now iconic Cilvia Demo and followed it up with the equally brilliant The Sun’s Tirade which debuted at number one in the USA. Just last year, Zay shared The House Is Burning which touched on his time in a rehab facility and charted his journey back to the fore.

The record saw him link up with Lil Uzi Vert, Duke Deuce, SZA and 6lack among others and cemented his spot as one of the most important rappers of the past decade.

Now, Rashad has revealed he is heading to Ireland as part of ‘Lil Sunny’s Awesome European Vacaction’.

Isaiah Rashad kicks off the tour in Belfast, where he plays The Limelight on March 1. Followed by a performance in The Academy, Dublin on Thursday 2 March.

Tickets from 35.50 euro including booking fees on sale Friday 14 October at 10.00.

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