Rejjie Snow – O2 Forum Kentish Town
Following Rejjie Snows 2016 Headlining show at KOKO, the young Dublin MC has returned to London to sell out his biggest venue yet! Over the past month Rejjie has been touring the UK and Ireland on his latest Pink Beatle Tour. The tour comes after the release of several singles which are expected to feature on his debut album.
Rejjie was not alone during this tour, he was accompanied by Salen, Yellow Days, Cosmo Pyke and Jesse James Solomon. Each of these artists brought their own unique style and sound to the stage.
Since the start of 2017, Jesse James has been extremely active within the music scene. He has performed 2 sold out headlining shows and has recently finished touring the UK/Ireland with Rejjie Snow. Not to mention the 3 singles he has released and announcing a 3rd headlining show in July.
It has been a great time witnessing Jesse grow as an artist as he shapes his craft to become a great performer. On Friday night, fans were treated to a new song titled ‘City Lights’ which was soon released on Spotify and ITunes. Be Sure to check out Jesse James on the 19th July when he performs in Brixton.
Tickets are available here; https://dice.fm/event/jesse-james-solomon-15th-jun-phonox-london-tickets
As the time ticked on, The Forum filled. At 9:30 Sharp, Rejjie strolled on stage, which a cheeky smirk on his face. The audience roared as they seized their first glimpse of the Irish MC. Rejjie’s set was well executed as he dived between his catalogue. It was surprising how turned up this show was. Mosh circles, crowd surfers and sweaty teenagers filled the room. It was obvious how much fun Rejjie was having as grinned over the sold-out room.
As the show came to a close, Rejjie announced that he was releasing his new mixtape in under 2 weeks. This has now left many fans eagerly waiting.
I look forward to continuing to watch Rejjie grow as an artist and hope to see him tour Australia one day. Be sure to check out his new music and stay in touch with his latest visuals over the summer.