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Californian hip-hop duo take on London’s coolest venue for the 20th anniversary of ground-breaking album, Nia.
Blackalicious burst out of the West Coast flipside in 2000 with debut studio album, Nia, which combined the lyrical dexterity of Gift of the Gab with producer Chief Xcel’s incredible grooves. The album went on to make waves across the hip-hop community and beyond, described by Allmusic as “an album that stakes the claim of Chief Xcel and Gift of Gab as not only the best pair of rappers in the underground, but also the best pair of producers.”
Their presence in the music fan’s cultural consciousness hasn’t been long missed, with their impact being felt across the year’s, with moments such as Daniel Radcliffe’s rendition of ‘Alphabet Aerobics’ on the Late Show running up close to 100 million views online.
Following 2005’s The Craft, they returned with Imani Vol.1 in 2015 and between these, the pair have continued to write, perform and create over the 20 years since the release of their debut album. Now they take the opportunity to look back onto where their career began, bringing a very special show to EartH for the 20th anniversary of Nia.
Set to be a stunning celebration of this hip-hop duo’s golden roots, this is not a night to miss for fans and rap lovers alike.
"Renews your faith in the power and potential of hip-hop." - Popmatters
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