added: 2 Nov 2012 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk
UK rap sensation Professor Green is coming to Birmingham this November (Saturday 17th November 2012) to make his live debut at Gatecrasher Birmingham.
The world famous rapper, fresh from performing at the Q Awards this month will be performing a live set at Gatecrasher Birmingham
The exclusive performance will be one of his last shows for a while. As he told the crowd at the Q awards last week;
"I'm not going to be doing this kind of thing for too much longer," he told the crowd. "I've got an album to make."
Clubbers can expect a storming set from Green with performances of classic track including Remedy, Dub Be Good To Me plus current single Avalon and hit Read All About It.
Professor Green has come along way since his debut album Alive Till I'm Dead blasted its way to No.2 in the charts. Since 2008 the Hackney-born rapper has collaborated with the likes of Lily Allen, Emeli Sandé, Labrinth and Example, as well as the legendary The Streets, who first gave the rapper his big break.
His second album At Your Inconvenience stormed the charts at No.3. From the first official single, Read All About It, to the heartfelt Today I Cried, At Your Inconvenience is a roller-coaster ride of emotions, as Pro takes us back to some of his darkest days and his rise to fame, as well as poking fun at some of his showbiz peers along the way. From hip-hop, to UK garage influences, this slick LP really does have it all.
One things for sure, Pro continues to dominate the UK urban scene, and in the words of the man himself, the future's bright, the future's Green.
And there is plenty still to come.Green has stated via Twitter he is already recording his third solo album. He has expressed interest to work with Lily Allen, Ed Sheeran, and Emeli Sandé once more. Lana Del Rey is also reported to be working on the album. Green has created a single with former collaborator Example called "Fast Life" which he believes to be a massive hit.
Raine continued: "I expect it to be a 3,000 sellout, so I would advise anyone interested to buy their tickets in advance.
"It is a massive act for us and should be a great weekend for the city.'