- 19 Jun 19
Kojaque will join Tamino as one of Lana Del Rey's special guests.
Dublin hip-hop artist Kojaque just announced that he will be supporting Lana Del Rey at her Malahide gig this Saturday, June 22.
The deli daydreamer took to Twitter to break the news that Del Rey had called him up at the last minute to ask if he will perform as one of her special guests.
— Kojaque (@kojaque) June 19, 2019
The rapper has been gaining momentum over the past year after his debut album, Deli Daydreams, was released in February 2018.
Since then, Kojaque has established himself as a film-maker and visual artist alongside being a musician. Working both independently and with Soft Boy Records, he has collaborated with notable Irish producers like JarJarJr, GAPTOOF, and Wastefellow.
Belgian-Egyptian singer, Tamino will also perform as a supporting act on the night.
This is Lana Del Rey's first show in Ireland since playing Electric Picnic back in 2016.
Malahide Castle promises to host a tranquil environment for the 'Young and Beautiful' singer, known for her emotive performances and cinematic sound.
Last year, she announced a forthcoming 2019 album (titled Norman Fucking Rockwell) and has released singles, 'Mariners Apartment Complex', 'Venice Bitch' and 'Hope Is a Dangerous Thing for a Woman like Me to Have – but I Have It' in advance.
She became an international sensation with her single 'Video Games' back in 2011 and her debut album Born To Die was met with high praise and was the fifth best selling album of the year.
She has released three albums since then: Ultraviolence, Honeymoon and Lust for Life.
Check out her latest release, a spin on Sublime's 'Doin' Time':
Doors open for the Malahide gig at 4pm. Tickets are still available on Ticketmaster for €72.37.