June 13, 2014 11:41

Danny Brown to support Eminem at Wembley Stadium shows

Rapper confirms that he will appear at London shows on July 11-12

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Danny Brown has confirmed that he will join Eminem at his Wembley Stadium shows next month.

The rapper confirmed the news in a tweet sent last night (June 12) in which he wrote: "I am honored to announce this show w Eminem and OF. #WEMBLEY!!!!"

As reported, the rapper will play two nights at the iconic venue on July 11-12, with Odd Future already confirmed as one of the support acts.

Earlier this week 50 Cent expressed his interest in supporting Eminem at the two London shows. The rapper used to be signed to Eminem's label and said he too would like to join the bill and feature on the same line-up as the rapper who gave him his break in the music industry.

Eminem's last UK performance came in August 2013 when he headlined the Reading & Leeds Festivals.

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