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General News / November 20, 2019

Princess Nokia announces tour including a huge Irish show

General News / November 20, 2019

Princess Nokia announces tour including a huge Irish show

Princess Nokia is ready to shell it in Dublin in early 2020.

Destiny Nicole Frasqueri has come a long way since her days rhyming as a teen in Harlem. Going under the name Princess Nokia she independently dropped ‘1992’ to critical acclaim and has been selling out shows before she even penned the album.

Her razor-sharp bars, raw story-telling and witty one-liners have resulted in a number of collaborations and now she is delving into the acting world, starring in Angelfish, directed by Peter Lee.

Her vocal support for intersectional feminism, bold stylistic choices and of course her music has garnered a cult following in the past few years. Recently releasing ‘Sugar Honey Honey Iced Tea (S.H.I.T.)’ and ‘Balenciaga’, there’s hints of another potential project. Speculation aside she has just announced that she will be embarking on a European tour.

Princess Nokia will play Vicar Street 25 March 2020.

Tickets on sale this Friday 22nd November at 11AM.