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Wellington's hottest hip hop and RnB gigs

To make sure your summer gets off to a good start, we're giving you the lowdown on some of Wellington's hottest hip hop and RnB gigs coming up.

Trey Songz

American hitmaker Trey Songz will bring his seductive charm to Wellington for the very first time next month. He's seduced sold-out audiences all around the globe with a raft of top ten singles like 'Girl Tonight', 'Last Time' and 'Can’t Help But Wait'. Don't miss your chance to see the Grammy nominee when he hits the stage at The Opera House!

Eminem

Eminem's Rapture 2019 will be Wellington’s biggest ever concert - and all 45,000 tickets were snapped up in record time! If you missed out, a wait list has been set up for fans who’d be keen on a second show, so the promoters can explore the possibility. There's been no decision on an additional show but we're crossing our fingers!

Royce 5'9"

Speaking of Detroit lyricists, Royce 5'9" will play San Fran this December. One half of the rap duo, Bad Meets Evil, with long-time friend Eminem, and half of the hip hop duo PRhyme, with DJ Premier, the acclaimed rapper and songwriter has worked with some of the world's biggest hip hop artists including Diddy and Dr. Dre.

T-Pain

Get it poppin' all night with auto-tune king, T-Pain! For the first time in Wellington, the two-time Grammy Award-winning, hip hop artist will perform hits from his extensive catalogue of smash hits like 'Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin')', 'Blame It', and 'I'm in Luv (Wit a Stripper)'. 

Oddisee And Good Compny

This incredible live show will speak to the underlying politics of everyday life, especially for the marginalised, tackling issues such as social inequality, racial divides, and the realities and implications of police brutality, all filtered through Oddisee’s speaker-knocking, hip- hop and soul aesthetics. 

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