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General News / September 16, 2019

ScHoolboy Q is returning to Dublin

General News / September 16, 2019

ScHoolboy Q is returning to Dublin

TDE’s very own ScHoolboy Q is heading back to Ireland.

Hot off the back of his 5th studio album the West Coast spitter is bringing his CrasH Talk tour to Dublin. Having debuted at number 3 in the US charts and containing features from Travis Scott and Kid Cudi, CrasH Talk provides perhaps his most mature approach to his music yet.

Groovy Tony will be bringing his own brand of gangsta rap to the Olympia Theatre on the 24th January.

Tickets go on sale Friday 20 September from Ticketmaster.