Monday 15th November: Multi-platinum selling rapper Professor Green has today announced a 4-date UK tour to celebrate ten years since the release of his career defining second studio album, ‘At Your Inconvenience’. The tour kicks off with a homecoming show London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on the 8th March, and wraps up in Manchester’s Albert Hall on the 12th. General sale goes live 9am on Friday 19th November.
Firmly established as one of the crossover superstars of British music, Hackney born MC turned host and mental health activist Professor Green, AKA as Stephen Manderson, is an integral part of UK music, releasing two Top 3 albums and amassing a career tally of over 3 million combined sales in the UK alone. The tour celebrates his legendary second studio album ‘At Your Inconvenience’ amassing over 100,000 sales, courtesy of hits such as emotional number 1 “Read All About It” featuring Emeli Sande, and up-beat pop-rap hybrids like “Remedy”.
Fast forward 10 years, the MC has blossomed into a multi-faceted artist with multiple strings to his bow. He has presented five critically acclaimed BBC documentaries, with his first documentary series for Channel 4 called “Working Class White Men” being short listed for a Grierson Award, as well as inking a recording agreement UK independent label Cooking Vinyl. During lock down he’s also managed to start a nutrition company called Aguulp, a Pizza company called GizNGreens, and continues to work with mental health charities.