The Northampton rapper, who performed a raucous set on the West Holts Stage on Saturday (June 29) afternoon, had swung by Curry’s late-night Thursday (June 27) set at Shangri-La for the performance.
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Yesterday (July 1), Curry tweeted a pro-shot video, stylised like a VHS tape, of the performance. “Madness,” he wrote, tagging Slowthai. Watch it below:
— Denzel Curry (@denzelcurry) June 30, 2019
Both rappers dropped critically acclaimed new albums in May. Curry released his fourth studio album, ‘ZUU’, while Slowthai released his debut, ‘Nothing Great About Britain’. “Slowthai has succeeded in crafting a unique – yet varied – voice for himself, one that’s both urgent and completely energising,” NME wrote in its four-star review of ‘Nothing Great About Britain’.
Slowthai will soon hop across the pond to tour the States. Yesterday, the Northampton rapper unveiled a headlining tour of North America that will take him from Los Angeles to Brooklyn over 10 days in September.
Slowthai will play:
Los Angeles, CA – Lodge Room (September 4)
San Francisco, CA – Rickshaw Stop (5)
Vancouver, BC – Fortune Sound Club (7)
Seattle, WA – The Crocodile (9)
Toronto, ON – Velvet Underground (12)
Chicago, IL – Subterranean (13)
Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg (14)