Stormzy will soon be going on a world tour to support his upcoming album, Heavy Is The Head.  The grime rapper has taken to Instagram to announce the official dates, and it looks like he will perform in every continent.

Kicking off in February 2020, the Heavy Is the Head world tour will open up in Brussels, Belgium, and closing on October 10, 2020, in Lagos, Nigeria. In between, Stormzy will perform in major cities in Asia, Africa, North America, Australia, and New Zealand — from Tokyo, Japan to Accra, Ghana (his family's home country).

Tickets will go on sale on December 6 at 9am local time, with the exception of Dubai, where fans will be able to cop tickets on December 4 at 8am UAE time.

Scheduled to release on December 13, Heavy Is the Head is Stormzy's second studio album. The upcoming project will count features from H.E.R, Burna Boy, and Ed Sheeran.

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