After selling out the biggest headline show of his career, AJ Tracey has now announced a second live date at London’s Alexandra Palace.
Capping off the whirlwind success of his acclaimed self-titled debut, the London rapper will be upping his ambitious live production with a pair of huge dates at the iconic venue.
The first date to be announced, November 9, sold out earlier today (September 6), but Tracey has now added a second date at Ally Pally for the night before, November 8.
— aj tracey (@ajtracey) September 6, 2019
Tickets for the November 8 date are on sale now from here.
“It feels mad to even be able to announce this but: AJ Tracey, live and direct from Ally Pally, ” the rapper previously wrote when announcing the first gig.
“You lot gave me the best year of my career so now I’m gonna give you the biggest show of my life. We’re turning all the way up.”
Another surreal moment for Tracey this year came as teenager Alex Mann made headlines by joining Dave to rap his verse on ‘Thiago Silva’ at Glastonbury.
Asked by NME if he approves of Alex’s skills, Tracey replied: “Of course I do. He’s a little kid, man. At the end of the day, the only way that I was able to thrive was by people giving me a chance, not being close-minded.
“I try my hardest to be open-minded and be happy for everyone and just let them have their moment. There’s enough time for everyone on the planet to have their moment. So good on him, man. Good on all the youths that are trying to do something different and do something positive. I’m happy for them.”
As for his plans for the rest of the year, Tracey added: “You’re going to see another left turn from me. I’ve always got new material. I never let the fans go hungry.”