Azizi Gibson – ‘High’ > from forthcoming new album, ‘Memoirs Of The Reaper’

Azizi Gibson – ‘High’ > from forthcoming new album, ‘Memoirs Of The Reaper’

Azizi Gibson shares second album single, ‘High’


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LA-based rap artist Azizi Gibson has launched ‘High’ — the second single from his hotly-anticipated new album, ‘Memoirs Of The Reaper’.

‘High’, follows quickly on the heels of lead album single, ‘Nintendo King’ — a track described by High Snobiety as a ‘stone-wall banger’ — and again taps into Gibson’s flair for abstract beats and punchy lyricism, all the while channeling a sense of open-ended humility rarely associated with the US rap game.

Born in Frankfurt and raised between Thailand and Singapore before moving to Maryland with his family aged 11, Gibson, formerly of Flying Lotus’ influential Brainfeeder imprint, has since released a flurry of EPs — the majority released through Wacka Flocka Flame’s 32BrickHouse agency. He then launched his own imprint preHISTORIC in 2015, the label through whom he’ll release new album, ’Memoirs Of The Reaper’ later this year.

Looking ahead to the summer, Gibson has also announced he will be a special guest on THEY’s forthcoming ‘NU Religion’ tour in May, taking in a series of dates across Scandanavia, Germany, France, Belgium, The Netherlands, the Republic Of Ireland and the UK.

Please see below for a full list of THEY’s ‘NU Religion’ tour dates.


THEY — The NU Religion Tour Dates

May 9 – Stockholm, Sweden
May 10 – Oslo, Norway
May 11 – Copenhagen, Denmark
May 13 – Cologne, Germany
May 14 – Berlin, Germany
May 17 – Amsterdam, Netherlands
May 19 – Gent, Belgium
May 21 – Reims, Paris
May 23 – Paris, France
May 25 – London, UK
May 26 – Manchester, UK
May 27 – Dublin, Republic Of Ireland
May 28 – Leeds, UK

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Azizi Gibson – ‘High’ > from forthcoming new album, ‘Memoirs Of The Reaper’