Up and comer hip hop artist from north London, JBEE 2023 has shows locked in September in New Zealand and Australia. The debut tour by the young rapper is part of the Listen Out Festival sideshows. There is only a show for Melbourne and Sydney for the headline events. Tickets go on sale August 17 at 10am and are around $60 for the headline shows. All shows on the tour are strictly 18+.
JBEE 2023 Tour Dates
20 Sep Wed – Meow, Te Whanganui-a-Tara/ Wellington, NZ – Tickets at MoshtixNZ
21 Sep Thu – Neck of the Woods, Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland, NZ- Tickets at TicketekNZ.
25 Sep Mon – Factory Theatre, Eora / Sydney, NSW – Tickets at Ticketek.
28 Sep Thu – The Corner Hotel, Naarm / Melbourne, VIC – Tickets at Oztix.
Emerging from North London, the burgeoning rap sensation JBEE is causing a stir in the music landscape. Marking his inaugural visit to our shores in September. JBEE 2023 is gearing up to deliver a series of performances spanning Wellington, Auckland. Sydney, and Melbourne, in addition to participating in the national Listen Out tour.
Forging a distinctive trajectory with his versatile sound and optimistic perspective. JBEE has garnered widespread acclaim since the release of his breakthrough track ‘4AM’ in 2021. The song rapidly gained momentum on TikTok, firmly establishing his status as an exciting new talent in British rap.
Taking cues from artists like Dave, Stormzy, and Central Cee. JBEE’s early years were steeped in music, as he honed his rap skills in schoolyards. ALso collaborating on beats with his friend, including accomplished producer GuiltyBeatz. Through years of unwavering dedication and consistent effort. JBEE has rightfully catapulted into the spotlight, amassing a devoted following eagerly awaiting his next creative move.
Building on the massive success of ‘4AM’. JBEE 2023 defied any notions of being a one-hit wonder and has impressively evolved as an artist. With a remarkable fan base encompassing over 2.7 million monthly Spotify listeners. 304k TikTok followers, and 112K Instagram followers. JBee has accrued tens of millions of streams and made an electrifying appearance at the Wireless Festival.
JBEE 2023 HBK
His latest album ‘HBK’, released this year, sees JBEE collaborating with some of the industry’s most sought-after producers. These include Chris Rich (known for Digga D, Central Cee, Yaw Tog). Hargo (associated with Central Cee, K-Trap, Clavish), Luke Grieve (noted for Meekz, Ayra Starr). Sai On The Beat (recognized for Nemzz), JoJo (linked with Arrdee), and BackWoodloverr (a collaborator with JBEE). The lo-fi drill production serves as an ideal canvas for JBEE to showcase his remarkable talent for melody and authentic storytelling.
Without a doubt, JBEE 2023 has solidified his place as a frontrunner in the next wave of UK rap artists. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to witness this emerging star live this September.