Rapper Rejjie Snow tours the UK in spring 2017, including his biggest show to date at The O2 Forum, London on 28th April. He has spent time honing his craft, building a reputation and a loyal and ever growing fan base. Now, signed to the 300 Entertainment and with a debut album set to come early 2017 he is tipped for imminent big succcess.
His recent single, “Pink Beetle,” was produced by Rahki (Kendrick Lamar), currently executive producing Snow’s debut album, with the video directed by Max Weiland (Somesuch).
The 23-year-old Dublin-born artist relocated to the USA in 2011 to play soccer on an athletic scholarship. After graduating high school in 2012, he attended Art and Design College in Georgia on an athletic scholarship to study film and design. After a semester, he dropped out and moved back to Ireland to focus on his music career.
Rejjie says of the video, “I wanted to translate the hyperreal imagery that one envisions when thinking about going to the dentist. For some, going to the dentist is a treacherous nightmare in which pain & fear can strike over you.
“This video was born from a conversation I had with a man who hadn’t gone to the dentist in 20 years. Because he was simply afraid. We dedicate this to you, my friend.”
Following his sold out 1,500-capacity London Koko show this summer and his intimate launch event at new London venue Kamio, the hip-hop scene’s hottest new prospect has announced a full UK tour, including a show at London’s 2,300-capacity Forum.
Snow’s first mixtape, “Rejovich,” has amassed over six million plays since dropping in 2013. In June 2015, Snow released debut single, “All Around the World,” produced by Cam O’bi (Chance the Rapper, Vic Mensa), which was quickly followed by “Blakkst Skn,” produced by Kaytranada and featuring Rae Morris.
Released in September 2016, D.R.U.G.S was Snow’s first release after signing to Lyor Cohen’s 300 Entertainment Company and was produced by Rahki – an award winning producer known for his work with Kendrick Lamar.
19 April – Glasgow, O2 ABC
21 April – Birmingham, O2 Institute2
22 April – Manchester, Academy
23 April – Bristol, Marble Factory
24 April – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
25 April – Leeds, Belgrave
27 April – Brighton, Concorde 2
28 April – London, O2 Forum Kentish Town
29 April – Dublin, The Academy
20 May – Paris, Le Trabendo