Lethal Bizzle to play intimate show

Rapper-producer is promising 'special guests'

Lethal Bizzle to play intimate show
Lethal Bizzle is set to play an intimate show in London.

The rapper will play a one-off show at the capital's 100 Club on June 13.

He is set to debut songs from his new album ’Back To Bizznizz’, which is set to be released on July 2.

With the show promising “some very special guests”, there is speculation Pete Doherty or Gallows might be in line to appear.

As previously reported the rapper recently teamed up with Gallows to collaborate on a new track ’Staring At The Rudeboys’.

Meanwhile, Bizzle was a guest on the first night (April 11) of Doherty's recent solo shows at London's Hackney Empire.

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