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General News / November 12, 2018

UK rapper Jay Prince confirmed for intimate Dublin show

General News / November 12, 2018

UK rapper Jay Prince confirmed for intimate Dublin show

Fresh from supporting Chance The Rapper on his European tour, Jay Prince is set to land in Dublin for a headline gig.

 

MTV has tipped him as “one to watch”, and with various festivals under his belt already including SXSW and Coachella, as well as supporting the likes of Major Lazer, Snake-hips, Raury, Jay Electronica, Jess Glynne and Mick Jenkins, Jay Prince on the up.

His latest release, mixtape “Smile Good”, has already got up to 3.5m streams on Spotify, as well as the main single “Father Father” being premiered by Zane Lowe on Beats 1.

Hey plays The Academy 2 on February 27. Tickets go on sale Wednesday November 14 at 10am from €15.85 on Ticketmaster Ireland.