A personal note from Stormzy: “My G’s – please rest assured, touring the UK & Ireland is incredibly important to me and I can’t wait to give you all the shows you deserve. The new tour period will be announced as soon as it’s safe for all involved. In the meantime, I am working on new music and I can’t wait to share it with you. Please stay safe and thank you for your continued patience and support. Love Stormz.”

Stormzy rescheduled his H.I.T.H. World Tour to 2021, in support of his latest album ‘Heavy Is The Head’.

Stormzy 2021 Rescheduled UK & Ireland Tour Dates:

Dublin 3Arena, 02-03 April
Glasgow SSE Hydro, 05
Newcastle Utilita Arena, 07
Leeds First Direct Arena, 08
Nottingham Motorpoint Arena, 09
London The O2, 12, 13, 14
Bournemouth International Centre, 16
Birmingham Arena, 17
Manchester Arena, 18
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, 20
Sheffield FlyDSA Arena, 21
Liverpool M&S Bank Arena, 23

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The record features various collabs with a host of other music talents, including the likes of Aitch, Burna Boy, Ed Sheeran, Headie One, H.E.R., Tiana Major9 and YEBBA with production from Fred Gibson, Fraser T Smith, T-Minus and others.


In April this year the grime artist made his remarkable return to the spotlight with ‘Vossi Bop’, his first release since his 2017 platinum-selling No.1 debut album ‘Gang Signs & Prayer’.

The song broke the record for the biggest week one streams for a British rapper EVER with streams accumulating to over 12.7 million! Furthermore, with a combined sales total of 94,495, earned Stormzy his first ever UK No.1 single, holding the top position for two consecutive weeks.

Earlier this year he became the first British rapper to headline Glastonbury Festival. He then went on to play Ibiza’s annual #Merky Festival. The event sold-out in 48 hours, marking the first time – in Ibiza history – for a ticketed event to have all tickets sold off the island prior to the event.

To date, Stormzy has taken home 25 music accolades including 2 x BRIT Awards, 1 x Ivor Novello Award, 6 x MOBO Awards, 1 x Q Award, 1 x MTV EMA, 1 x BBC Music Award, 1 x Teen Choice Award, 3 x AIM Awards, 2 x BET Awards, 2 x British GQ Awards and 2 x Global Awards.

Check out the tracklisting for ‘Heavy Is The Head’ below:

Big Michael
Audacity (feat. Headie One)
Rainfall (feat. Tiana Major9)
Rachael’s Little Brother
Do Better
Don’t Forget to Breathe (feat. YEBBA) (Interlude)
One Second (feat. H.E.R.)
Pop Boy (feat. Aitch)
Own It (feat. Ed Sheeran & Burna Boy)
Wiley Flow
Vossi Bop