Continuing to make waves around the world, British-Jamaican rapper, singer, and songwriter Stefflon Don will touch down in July for a handful of intimate stateside performances.
The headline run kicks off July 10 at Slims in San Francisco, CA before rolling through Echoplex in Los Angeles, CA July 12, and concluding at Greatest Day Ever Music & Arts Festival in Brooklyn, NY July 14.
Fans may access tickets early via a special pre-sale Thursday March 1 at 10am local time. General on-sale begins Friday March 2 at 10am local time.
This news comes hot on the heels of yet another milestone for the breakout talent. She just took home “Best New Artist” at the 2018 NME Awards following her “Best Newcomer” win at the MOBO Awards last month.
Repeatedly garnering widespread critical acclaim, Entertainment Weekly included her among its recent feature entitled, “Meet the 8 artists who will rule 2018.” Billboard detailed her rise in an extensive profile, and Apple Music pegged her as its first “Up Next” rising-star. Impressively, Stefflon Don’s gold-certified single “Hurtin’ Me” (feat French Montana) has garnered over 100 million streams and is one of Spotify’s“Top 200 Listened-To Artists in the World.”
Everything has set the stage for her forthcoming new mixtape coming this Spring. A dancehall diva, a grime gangsta, and royal rap renegade, she attracted collaborations and features with everyone from French Montana, Sean Paul, Jeremih, Charli XCX andDemi Lovato to Lil Yachty and Skepta in addition to sharing the stage with Migos, Future and Pusha T.
Stefflon Don surged onto the worldwide hip-hop scene in 2016. The artist’s debut “Real Ting Mixtape” announced her arrival with a bang –snagging nods for BBC “Sound of 2017” and i-D’s “Class of 2017”. Most recently she was hailed as YouTube’s “Artist On The Rise,” and one of three nominees for the prestigious Brits Critics Choice award.
A runway-ready force, tastemakers have unanimously applauded her fierce style and fiery fashion. Now, she’s primed to bring the culture to new heights in 2018.