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Warhol.SS announces debut New Zealand tour

Warhol.SS announces debut New Zealand tour.

Pastel Embassy alongside sponsors; Red Bull and Jägermeister are elated to announce their third US artist into New Zealand, continuing to give NZ listeners the opportunity to hear Hip-hop’s underground best.

Chicago’s 21 year old underground tastemaker Warhol SS has announced his first ever New Zealand tour this coming August at Wellington’s Meow and Auckland’s Whammy Bar. This tour is following off the back of the SOLD OUT “HATE ME NOW/LOVE ME LATER” US tour with Unotheactivist and Thouxanbanfauni and coincides with his highly anticipated debut album titled “Chest pains” featuring the hit single “Birds Nest”.

“Warhol.SS separates himself from the pack through a clever pen-game and topical flow” - HotNewHipHop 2018

“Chest Pains is set to be the hottest tape of 2018” - Lyrical Lemonade 2018

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