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Music / April 25, 2022

MIKE announces debut Irish show

MIKE Via press
Music / April 25, 2022

MIKE announces debut Irish show

Words: Dylan Murphy

The New York rapper heads to the Sound House this summer.

This June, MIKE heads out on his biggest road trip to date. Following dates across America, he heads to Europe with his first Irish headliner ever in The Sound House on Friday 17 June.

The New York rapper’s trademark slow drawl approach and soul-sampling production has made him one of the most important and recognisable voices in underground hip hop right now. Since making a splash with his album MAY GOD BLESS YOUR HUSTLE, he’s went from strength to strength, collaborating with artists like Earl Sweatshirt and Standing On The Corner.

Back in 2021, he released his latest full length album DISCO! which landed to critical acclaim.

The announcement comes after MIKE shared the new single Makeda last month.

Tickets start at 17.35 euro. Click here to purchase tickets.

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