Detroit-born rapper, singer, activist and writer Angel Haze is heading to Manchester Academy this May.
Angel Haze @ Manchester Academy 3
Sunday 5th May, 7pm
Angel Haze is an enigma who defies easy categorization. Since her self-released debut mixtape, King in 2011, the Detroit-born rapper, singer, activist and writer has interwoven the themes of abuse, despair and suicide, with expressions of hope, courage, and triumph.
The consummate intellectual, Haze started out as a poet and briefly studied Neurobiology. Finding inspiration everywhere from the paintings of Jean-Michel Basquiat to the social commentaries of Canadian author Malcolm Gladwell. Musically, they draw from the forceful, staccato delivery style of Tupac Shakur and the often cocky, blunt, and comic storytelling of Kanye West.
Haze’s truth-spewing storytelling has attracted a global cult following and accolades, such as coveted positions on singles charts in the US and UK as well as MTV VMA and BET Award nominations. Angel’s highly anticipated next full length album, produced by TROY NõKA (Frank Ocean), will be released in 2019.
Manchester Academy, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PR
0161 232 1639