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Action Bronson to Join the Rapture 2014 Line Up!

ACTION BRONSON TO JOIN THE RAPTURE 2014 LINE UP
TICKETS ON SALE 10AM TOMORROW – THURSDAY OCTOBER 31

US rapper Action Bronson from Queens, New York has been confirmed to join Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, J Cole and David Dallas on the NZ Rapture 2014 line up.

A former chef, this Queens MC and former XXL Cover Freshman is known for his gritty style and slick rhymes.  His latest EP Saaab Stories debuted
Top 10 in the US and solidified his position as one of the hottest rappers today.

Action Bronson:  Born and raised in Flushing, Queens, Bronson wasn’t even ten when an illicit copy of the Wu-Tang Clan album 36 Chambers landed in the tape deck at a friend’s sleepover party.  His life changed forever and soon he discovered another idol, Kool G Rap.  Bronson later studied at the Art Institute of New York City’s culinary program and went on to join the restaurant business as a chef, but in 2009 he exited the kitchen and entered the studio.  In 2011 he would release his debut album, Dr. Lecter.  In 2012, he released Blue Chips, a collaborative album with Brooklyn-based producer Party Supplies, while the Alchemist-helmed mixtape Rare Chandeliers followed later in the year.  His 2013 EP Saaab Stories was produced by Harry Fraud and launched his major-label deal with Warner Bros. via the Vice imprint.

TICKETS TO RAPTURE FEATURING THE WORLD’S BIGGEST RAP AND URBAN STARS GO ON SALE TOMORROW 31 OCTOBER AT 10AM NZDT.

There has already been a phenomenal response to the inaugural Rapture 2014 event, confirming that Eminem's first ever NZ performance will be a red-hot ticket.

An allocation of all ticket categories has been held for the General Public on-sale tomorrow, including the 'Lose Yourself Zone' located in front of the stage, and 'The Red Zone', the
remainder of the general field area.

In further exciting Eminem news, this week also saw the premiere of the new single from the forthcoming album The Marshall Mathers LP2, titled "The Monster" featuring Rihanna. 
These two megastars have teamed up prior to this, initially on the international smash "Love The Way You Live", which is certified DOUBLE PLATINUM in New Zealand. 
The response to the new single online and at radio has literally been "monstrous".  View now http://bit.ly/Hs2nGe.

Rapture is a showcase of the best in hip-hop at affordable prices.  Tickets start at just $105 (plus fees).

RAPTURE NEW ZEALAND SHOW DATE:
Featuring
EMINEM, KENDRICK LAMAR, J.COLE, ACTION BRONSON and DAVID DALLAS

Auckland: Saturday 15 February, 2014 – Western Springs Stadium
Tickets:  www.ticketmaster.co.nz 09 970 9700 / 0800 111 999

Tickets on Sale Thursday 31 October at 10am NZDT
VIP & Fan Packages from www.showbiznz.co.nz

VISIT:
http://www.actionbronson.com/
http://www.eminem.com/
http://www.daintygroup.com/

The Marshall Mathers LP2 out November 5, 2013

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