Only a couple of weeks after her debut album is set to come out, mega babe and local lass Tkay Maidza is coming on home for an all-ages gig at HQ.
Maidza’s album, TKAY, comes out on October 28th – just in time to learn it back to front before her time in Adelaide.
Announced on Tkay’s Facebook page, joining her on her tour will be ‘prolific Perth beat maker’, Sable, and ‘Brisbane hip hop up-and-comer’ Midas.Gold.
‘Carry On’ is her first single from TKAY, featuring one half of Run The Jewels, Killer Mike. The song was only released on Monday, and unsurprisingly, it’s only the best thing ever.
‘Cause I really don't care and I'm still kinda young.’ We feel you, Tkay.
Tkay has been included in the 2016/17 Falls Festival line-up, so if you’ve lucked out on tickets – now you have no excuse to miss her incredible energy and groove around like it’s nobody’s business alongside this incredible talent.
It’s no secret Adelaide produces incredible artists, and Tkay is no exception. Support this wonder woman at any chance you get.
You can preorder TKAY on iTunes now, and tickets for her Maidza’s tour go on sale on the 1st of September at 9am on Oztix.
WHAT: Tkay Maidza’s Album Tour (all ages)
WHEN: 18th of November
WHERE: HQ Complex, Adelaide
TICKETS: On sale from the 1st of September at 9am
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