Rapper crews, Wu-Tang Clan, Public Enemy, and the overhyped 1987 trio De La Soul will be touring the UK this May, just to give the Britons a taste of the ‘90s hip hop music. The tour, which the three crews have dubbed Gods of Rap will see the legendary rap crews perform on the same stage at least in three known locations. The first part of the rap tour will take place at the London SSE Arena, Wembley on 10th May. Later on, the second performance will follow suit at the Manchester Arena on 11th May. Finally, the tour will culminate on 12th May at the Glasgow the SSE Hydro.
Regardless of the fact that the rappers from all three crews have reasonably aged, their music is still widely perceived especially in Europe. The Gods of Rap tour will focus mostly on each of the crew’s bestselling and most popular rap records.
Therefore, we can expect Wu-Tang Clan to perform their 1993 Album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) which was recorded at the Firehouse Studio in New York. On the other hand, Public Enemy is expected to play songs from their 1988 album dubbed It Takes A Nation of Millions To Hold Us Back. The 16-track album was produced when the crew was still signed under Def Jam Recordings.
Last but not least, De La Soul is expected to play songs from their 1989 album 3 Feet High and Rising. The entire tour will be hosted and facilitated by DJ Premier.