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General News / November 11, 2019

JPEGMAFIA announces headline Dublin show

General News / November 11, 2019

JPEGMAFIA announces headline Dublin show

Baltimore’s JPEGMAFIA is heading across the pond.

JPEGMAFIA has become somewhat of a hero in rap’s underground. His no fucks given approach coupled with his eclectic, glitchy production has gained him widespread plaudits and a cult following. Having worked with Kenny Beats, Danny Brown and many other established acts in the last couple of years, it has been an impressive trajectory for the army veteran.

Following two stellar albums, most recently ‘All My Heroes Are Cornballs’, the spitter is heading to Dublin to play a headline show. Having already performed to riotous response at Longitude earlier this year, the MC is bringing his aggressive, punk-fuelled raps to the Dublin Academy Green Room 3 March 2020.

Tickets on sale Friday 15 November from Ticketmaster.

Photos by Rozette Rago