P-MONEY “GRATITUDE” ALBUM LAUNCH FEAT. DAVID DALLAS SYDNEY SHOW
VenueThe Basement Sydney
Location7 Macquarie Place, Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia
BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE – http://www.moshtix.com.au/v2/event/p-money-nz-david-dallas-nz/65580
P-MONEY “GRATITUDE” ALBUM LAUNCH
FEATURING SPECIAL GUEST DAVID DALLAS
DJ MIKE WHO
SATURDAY JUNE 8TH AT THE BASEMENT
DOORS OPEN 9.00PM
TICKETS $25 + BF THROUGH MOSHTIX OR MORE ON THE DOOR
With his new album “Gratitude” coming out on May 17, P-Money is pleased to announce a series of Australasian tour dates in celebration of the highly anticipated release.
Joined by Duck Down Music label mate David Dallas as well as special guests for shows in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, alongside Australian shows in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, P-Money is set to take ‘Gratitude’ directly to the fans, while David Dallas will be previewing new material off his own forth-coming album.
In the lead up to the May 17 album drop, P-Money has been releasing some of the album’s tracks for free on pmoneymusic.com with the latest single “The Hardest” feat. M.O.P released online yesterday.
The new album also showcases some more of the Duck Down Music family with Talib Kweli, Buckshot and Skyzoo all taking up feature spots.
You can also expect to hear from Havoc (of Mobb Deep), Freddie Gibbs, M.O.P., Fashawn, Roc Marciano, Nicole Wray,Jamall Bufford (formerly Buff1), STS, Monsta G, Blaison Maven and Pac Div, as well as the best in local talent including revered hip-hop outfit @peace and soulful songstress Aaradhna.
Aaradhna’s latest, critically acclaimed album Treble & Reverb was produced by P-Money and includes the #1 platinum single ‘Wake Up’, is nominated for five accolades at the 2013 Pacific Music Awards and was also a finalist in the 2013 Taite Music Prize.
Following on from the huge success of “The Rose Tint” and limited edition release “Buffalo Man”, David Dallas’ new album “Falling Into Place” is set to drop in July. Hailing it his greatest work to date, don’t miss your chance to hear it first.