Brazil’s finest rap export Emicida has announced his debut headline London show at Kamio on Friday 21 July.
Emicida, who is known for his impromptu rhymes, has become one of the most respected MCs in Brazil.
Regarded as one of the biggest revelations of underground hip hop in his country, he has built up a cult global following clocking up over 30,000 copies sold of his self-released singles and mixtapes as well as hundreds of thousands views across his YouTube.
His career began in the early 90’s where his parents organised dances in the outskirts of Sao Paulo, from this he used the equipment and began to write his first rhymes.
He heralds many Brazilian rappers as influences as well as Mos Def, Wu-Tang Clan and The Fugees.
From the suburbs of Sao Paulo to the world, Emicida’s fanbase is growing by the day and he’s set to give old and new fans alike an unforgettable night.
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