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Wednesday 19 July 2023

eVENT: NSG announce 'Make Afroswing Great Again Show', Sat July 15th at Here At Outernet



“Merging Afro-fusion and Drill elements for an equally vibey and profound listen.”- BILLBOARD

“NSG’s respect is due.” - COMPLEX

Recently releasing ‘Unruly’ - their first single of 2023. with Manchester rapper Meekz - the trailblazing, six-piece east London, Afro-fusion collective NSGhave announced their forthcoming ‘Make Afroswing Great Again Show’.

Taking place at Here At Outernet (London) on Saturday July 15th as part of their campaign to ‘Make Afroswing Great Again’ and hosted by Dankie Sounds, the show will see NSG bringing together some of the scene’s hottest and most influential acts. NSG will be taking to the stage alongside performances from the likes of JAE5 and Steel Banglez and some special surprise guests that are yet to be announced in what is set to be a must-see, roadblock event. Tickets are available at from today.

Last month NSG announced they will be teaming up with North London rap artist Nines for their forthcoming single ‘Ride’ which is released later this month. The news comes hot-on-the-heels of their last single ‘Unruly’ with Meekz and their recent sold-out tours which saw them taking their one-of-a-kind live performances to sold-out venues across Europe, Africa and most recently Canada and last month they teamed up with La Fam to host an Area Boyzmerch pop-up in Paris.

Best described as a brotherhood, members Kruddz, Mxjib, Mojo, OGD, Dopeand Papii Abz dominated 2021 with the release of their Headliner EP which featured stellar collaborations with Mist, Patoranking and long-time collaborator JAE5 and showstopping performances of their summer smash hit ‘Petite’ - including that year’s MOBO Awards.

Already consistently bringing major heat to the UK underground scene before bursting into the mainstream with their 2019 summer hit ‘Options’, which peaked at #7 on the Official UK Charts and the #1 spot on Spotify’s UK Viral Chart, and a subsequent string of infectious releases including ‘OT Bop’, ‘Lupita’ and ‘Kate Winslet’. Building on their runaway 2020 successes – including the pinnacle release of the mixtape ‘Roots’ which NME described as a project that ‘lives up to their chart-topping reputation’, making history as the first act to hit the #1 spot on the Official Afrobeats Chart, winning ‘Visual of the Year’ at the return of the MOBOs, as well as the impactful launch of staple The Area Bar in Accra, Ghana – NSG continue to strive to shine in their own lane, while pushing forward the Afro-inspired cultural scene they have passionately helped to pioneer.

Confirming their plans for global domination, NSG say ‘we’re not looking at a United Kingdom thing, we’re looking at a global thing.’ – and with over 730 million streams under their belts, sold-out tours across the world and more new music set to be released throughout the year, they are already well on their way!

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