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AJ Tracey Coming to New Zealand

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AJ Tracey

AUCKLAND - NECK OF THE WOODS

22 SEPTEMBER 2017

CHRISTCHURCH – WINNIE BAGOES
23 SEPTEMBER 2017

Hailed as the breakout grime star of the year, AJ Tracey is coming to New Zealand for the first time this September to play Neck Of The Woods in Auckland and Winnie Bagoes in Christchurch.

Hailed as the 23-year-old West London grime artist bound to gate crash the world stage in 2017, AJ’s addictive sound combines the razor sharp wit of UK street music with an array of international rap influences. His unique style has already seen him appear on tracks with Denzel Curry, Rick Ross and A$AP Rocky.

AJ Tracey’s first offering for 2017 is a new track titled “LA4AWEEK” and has firmly cemented his place on the Grime Throne. Featuring Swoosh God (A$AP Mob) and Sloan Evans (Vlone), “LA4AWEEK” showcases the versatility that famously sets AJ apart from the majority of the UK scene.

Collaborating with his favourite US artists and growing a loyal army of supporters, not only in London’s grime heartlands, but all around the world, don’t miss AJ’s trademark rapid-fire wordplay in Auckland and Christchurch this September.

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