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N-Dubz are back together

Mr. Nimbus | 05/16/2022

N-Dubz are back together.

The ‘Playing with Fire’ group – which comprises Tulisa, her cousin Dappy, and their pal Fazer – went on an indefinite hiatus in 2011, but they have reunited and announced they will release new single ‘Charmer’ on Thursday (19.05.22) before heading out on a 10-date arena tour of the UK in November 2022.

The ‘Back To The Future’ concert series will kick off in Newcastle on 7 November and calls at cities including Glasgow, Birmingham, Cardiff and London, before concluding at Manchester’s AO Arena on 19 November.

Tickets go on general sale on Friday (20.05.22) at 10am.

A short teaser clip for the single has been posted on the group’s Instagram account, featuring the trio stepping out of a helicopter to the opening notes of the new song.

In March, Fazer – whose real name is Richard Rawson – teased the ‘I Need You’ group had always planned to get back together “at some point”.

He said: “We never said that we would never get back together, we always said we would at some point – it’s just about time.

“We never said it was off the cards we always said it’s going to come back at some point.

“Right now there’s a lot of sceptical stuff, but we will bring it back at some point.”

And the rapper suggested that N-Dubz wouldn’t need a record label to make a comeback because NFTs make it possible for artists to have full control of their careers.

He said: “NFTs are the way forward for artists when it comes to piracy and getting paid, why would you ever sign to a record label?

“It’s the way forward for artists because it deletes the whole thing of having a record label and it puts the consumers in a position to, theoretically speaking, become the record label.

“They’re financing your careers, they’re financing your videos and everything and in return, they’ll hold stake holds in the percentages.”

N-Dubz’s last studio album was 2010’s ‘Love.Live.Life’.

N-Dubz’s ‘Back To The Future’ tour dates:

7 November – Utilita Arena, Newcastle

8 November – OVO Hydro, Glasgow

10 November – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham

11 November – First Direct Arena, Leeds

12 November – Utilita Arena, Birmingham

14 November – International Centre, Bournemouth

15 November – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

17 November – The O2, London

18 November – Utilita Arena, Sheffield

19 November – AO Arena, Manchester

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Written by Mr. Nimbus





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