In the wake of two Brit Award Nominations, an appearance and performance on The Jonathan Ross Show and the release of his sophomore album FLU GAME, AJ Tracey has today announced a UK Arena ‘FLU GAME TOUR’, including a headline show at The O2 on Thursday 25 November 2021.
A sixteen-track stellar offering from the West London creative, FLU GAME the album, sees AJ showcasing twelve brand news songs, with tantalising international features including Kehlani, T-Pain, SahBabii, NAV and Millie Go Lightly. On the production front, AJ calls on regular collaborators Nyge, The Elements, Kazza, AoD and Remedee, as well as producing “Eurostep” himself. The project also features the UK top-5 charting singles “Bringing It Back” with Digga D, “West Ten'' with Mabel, and the Platinum smash “Dinner Guest” feat. MoStack. Not to mention the new hit single “Little More Love”.
At the forefront of pushing creative boundaries, FLU GAME and the surrounding campaign, draw influence from the story of Michael Jordan and his Chicago Bulls team in the late 90s - referencing one of MJ’s most memorable championship games - where he overcame a nasty bout of food poisoning (brought on by a dodgy takeaway pizza) and took the Bulls to the championship. AJ’s team, Revenge Athletic, are a franchise on the brink of a massive championship win, and AJ is their new star.
The forthcoming tour is available for pre-sale from tomorrow Wednesday April 21st and general sale from Friday April 23rd.
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