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Steve Lacy announces new 2022 UK and European tour dates
Steve Lacy has announced details of a short UK and European tour in late 2022 – see the list of dates below and buy tickets here.The guitarist of The Internet released his second solo album ‘Gemini Rights’ this summer, and will bring it to Europe for four gigs in December.The ‘Give You The World’ tour will begin in London on December 11 with a show at the Roundhouse in Camden. Shows in Amsterdam (December 14 at Melkweg), Paris (December 16 at Trianon) and Berlin (December 19 at Metropol) will then follow.See the full list of dates below and buy tickets for the London gig here.DECEMBER 202211 – London, Roundhouse14 – Amsterdam, Melkweg16 – Paris, Trianon19 – Berlin, MetropolReviewing ‘Gemini Rights’ upon its release in July, NME said: “Considering the sometimes-radical experimentation that was heard on his debut (‘Apollo XXI’’s second song ‘Like Me’, for instance, clocked in at nine minutes), Lacy has heeded Missy Elliot’s wisdom on his second LP in his own way.“While his solo music and work with The Internet have infiltrated the mainstream in more discreet ways, ‘Gemini Rights’, which feature his most direct compositions yet, will make the ‘cult artist’ tag surrounding Lacy increasingly redundant.”After the album was released, Kanye West shared his love for Steve Lacy‘s new album, calling him “one of the most inspiring people on the planet”.
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Kanye West marks friendship by getting matching 'We here forever' tattoo with pals
Kanye West and two of his best friends in music have posted a picture of their new matching tattoos.The 45-year-old rapper, fellow hip-hop star Lil Uzi Vert and singer-songwriter Steve Lacy have all had the same words - "We here forever technically" - inked on their arms.Kanye posed with Uzi, 27, and Lacy, 24, for the photograph that was posted by the latter and tattoo artist Meza Afram. READ MORE: Furious Kim Kardashian 'demands' Kanye West removes 'Pete Davidson is dead' messageDressed in a black top with holes in it, Kanye is pictured looking down at his fresh ink, having also recently attracted widespread criticism for a distasteful post about Pete Davidson that he shared two days after the Pete had spilt from the former's ex-wife Kim Kardashian.The post mocked up a fake New York Times headline pronouncing Davidson's death, which read: "Skete Davidson dead at age 28," whilst underneath were the words: "Kid Cudi meant to play funeral but fearful of bottle throwers."His reference to Kid Cudi is a dig at the rapper's decision to cut short his headline act at the Rolling Loud hip-hop music festival in Miami last month after he was pelted by bottles.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters hereCudi had been drafted in as a late replacement for the erratic Kanye, who then decided to turn up and perform later anyway.
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Kanye West, Lil Uzi Vert and Steve Lacy have matching tattoos
Kanye West, Lil Uzi Vert and Steve Lacy have all had matching tattoos.The trio could all be seen in a pictures showing off their new tattoos, which each read: “We here forever technically.” The images were taken by Los Angeles-based tattoo artist Mezafram.Check out the images here:A post shared by Steve Lacy (@steve.lacy)A post shared by MEZ مريم (@mezafram)A post shared by ⬜️ (@dondasplace)The pictures come just days after West took to Instagram to seemingly celebrate the break-up of Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian, as well as to throw shade at Kid Cudi.Last week it was reported that Davidson and Kardashian split up after nine months of dating but have remained friends (per E! News).Kardashian’s ex-husband West has since shared a fake New York Times front page announcing the death of “Skete Davidson”.Ever since Davidson and Kardashian started dating, West has been vocally critical of the pair. He released a video for ‘Eazy’, which sees him bury Davidson alive as he raps the line “God saved me from that crash / Just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s ass”.Alhough he initially kept quiet on the matter, Davidson llater responded to West’s attacks a few days after the second ‘Eazy’ video landed, writing to the rapper in a text: “I’ve decided I’m not gonna let you treat us like this anymore and I’m done being quiet.”Meanwhile, Lil Uzi Vert recently defused a stage-crashing situation during their performance at Outside Lands festival.Footage of the incident shared to social media, shows Uzi Vert’s verse on the Playboi Carti song ‘Wokeuplikethis’ being interrupted by an overzealous audience member.Referencing the mid-set pause, Uzi Vert tells the crowd to “wait one second”, as the stage-crasher is seen surrounded by security.
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New Music Releases July 1: Cardi B, J-Hope, Maya Hawke, City Girls and More
New Music Friday! It's every audiophile's favorite day of the week, and some of our favorite artists from all different genres have blessed us with new tunes.Cardi B returned with a new track, teaming up with Kanye West and Lil Durk to drop her song-of-the-summer contender, appropriately titled «Hot Sh*t.» J-Hope thrilled the BTS Army with his latest solo single, «MORE.» And Phoebe Bridgers contributed the latest song to the soundtrack, covering The Carpenters' «Goodbye to Love» for the new animated film.Usher joined the City Girls on their latest, «Good Love,» Charli XCX and Tiësto paired up for the danceworthy new single «Hot In It,» and Calvin Harris featured 21 Savage on his new drop, «New Money.»Plus, new music from jxdn, Luke Bryan, Maya Hawke, Steve Lacy and more.Read on to check out some of our favorite recommendations for new songs and albums to listen to this week — plus, where you can stream them now!Stream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / Spotify Stream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / Spotify Stream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / Spotify Stream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it now: Apple / SpotifyStream it
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Steve Lacy details second album ‘Gemini Rights’ with first single ‘Mercury’
Steve Lacy has shared his first new music since 2019 along with details of a new solo album.New album ‘Gemini Rights’ is set to come out this summer, with a firm release date still to be confirmed.The follow-up to The Internet guitarist’s debut solo album ‘Apollo XXI’ is being previewed today with the release of its first single, ‘Mercury’.Watch the video for ‘Mercury’, which sees Lacy dance around a warehouse in sunglasses and suit, below:At the tail end of 2020, Lacy officially released a number of his Soundcloud tracks and demos.The record, called ‘The Lo-Fis’, compiles a host of unofficial early releases from the solo artist, and came 18 months after the release of his debut album.In a four-star review of the debut record, NME wrote: “Although Steve Lacy is already fairly established through his collaborations, it’s exciting, on this album, to see his own personality shine through, as well as his ambition and inspirations (he’s cited Mac DeMarco as a production influence before), as he experiments, fills out his own catalogue and sound, and speaks for himself.”Since the release of that album, Lacy has collaborated with Calvin Harris on a track called ‘Live Without Your Love’ under the DJ’s Love Regenerator moniker. He also appeared on Vampire Weekend’s 2019 album ‘Father Of The Bride’, duetting with Ezra Koenig on collaborative track ‘Sunflower’.Lacy’s Internet bandmate Syd released her new album, ‘Broken Hearts Club’, in April.
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