REJJIE SNOW launches new single FLEXIN (feat. Ebenezer)!
Ahead of his first major European tour, Rejjie Snow today releases his new track Flexin (feat. Ebenezer), available to stream and download via 300 Entertainment / Snow Face. The song follows the unflinching Crooked Cops as the latest taste of Snow’s eagerly anticipated debut album Dear Annie, due for release later this year. Both Flexin and Crooked Cops were produced by the Grammy award winning Rahki (Kendrick Lamar, Syd the Kid, Eminem), who is executive producing the LP.
Following a just-completed residency in New York, Snow embarks on his biggest UK & European tour to date, including a show at London’s 2,300-capacity Forum. Support across the dates comes from Jesse James Solomon, Sälen, Yellow Days and Cosmo Pyke.
04 April – AB Club, Brussels
05 April – Bitterzoet, Amsterdam
06 April – Yuca, Cologne
07 April – Golem, Hamburg
08 April – Pumphuset, Copenhagen
10 April – John Dee, Oslo
11 April – Fasching, Stockholm
13 April – Berghain Kantine, Berlin
14 April – Sinilind, Tallinn
15 April – Exil, Zurich
19 April – Glasgow, O2 ABC
21 April – Birmingham, O2 Academy
22 April – Manchester, Academy
23 April – Bristol, Marble Factory
24 April – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
25 April – Leeds, Belgrave
27 April – Brighton, Concorde 2
28 April – London, The Forum
29 April – Dublin, The Academy
20 May – Paris, Le Trabendo
Snow’s first mixtape, Rejovich, has amassed over six million plays. Since then he’s been dropping acclaimed track after acclaimed track; performed alongside the likes of Kendrick Lamar and Joey Badass; and collaborated with Cam O’bi, Kaytranada, Loyle Carner and King Krule, amongst others. Released in autumn last year, the acclaimed tracks D.R.U.G.S and Pink Beetle were the first singles lifted from Dear Annie.
“Snow is an exotic creature not to be fucked with” – Hot New Hip Hop
“one of our favourite young rappers” – i-D
“with music like this, it’s fair to say the kid’s doing bits” – Complex
“Snow is causing an uproar on both sides of the atlantic” – Dazed
“hip-hop that appeals to bi-lingual thotties and serious-faced rap-fans alike” – Noisey
“his flows are laid-back and reflective, in common with the likes of Earl Sweatshirt” – The Guardian
“surreal wordplay and liquid beats” – Clash
“delicate production with deep, nearly menacing vocals” – Pigeons & Planes
“Snow announces his intent to vanquish his competition” – XXL