Kojey Radical announces 2022 UK tour set to kick off in April

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The show will be in support of the rapper’s upcoming new album, Reasons to Smile.

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Koje Radical has announced that he will be hitting the road for a UK couple show next year.

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The rapper – real name Kwadwo Adu Genfi Amponsah – will perform at Manchester’s Albert Hall on 6 April, followed by a gig at London’s O2 Academy Brixton on 7 April.

The shows will be in support of their upcoming new album, Reasons to Smile, which is set to be released on March 4 next year via Asylum/Atlantic. He previewed it with the new single last month ‘Gangsta’,


Speaking about the album, which features guest appearances from Tiana Major9, Kelis, Wretch 32 and more, Radical said: “It’s the first time I’ve done it for the scale and ambition I speak of. First it’s ‘I’m heating up, I’m heating up, I’m heating up’. But I’m hot now – put me in the game.”

Tickets for the Koje Radical tour go on general sale on December 10th at 9:00am – you can get them Here,

Prior to the tour, Radical will provide a series of in-store performances and signings beginning on the album’s release day (March 4) and running through the following week. You can see the dates below.

March 2022
4 – London, Rough Trade East (set up display and sign)
5 – Kingston, Prism (Banquet Records outstore performance and signing)
7 – Bournemouth, Vinillo (performance)
8 – Brighton, resident (display and install signature)
9 – Manchester, HMV (Signed)
9 – Leads, Crash (Performance)
10 – Birmingham, HMV (Signature)


The rapper will also play an intimate London show in Lafayette on January 25 as part of the National Lottery. revive live tour, Tickets go on sale tomorrow (December 3), which can be purchased Here,

Earlier this year, Radical previewed two new songs, “2FS” and “WOOHAA”, both of which would not appear on their debut album.

Produced by The Elements and The Fanatics respectively, they said of the track: “Hard food not fast food; the album is being produced but I wanted to serve something to quell hunger.”

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