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RUSS Is Coming Back To South Africa Next February

Its’ just been shared that American rapper, songwriter and producer RUSS will be making his way back to South Africa for his world tour titled ‘The Journey Is Everything’.

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The Atlanta-born rapper best known for his songs ‘Cherry Hill’, ‘Wife You Up’ and ‘Handsomer’, will be performing in South Africa for the second time following his 2019 appearance at Rocking The Daisies alongside fellow DIEMON creator and producer BUGUS.

If you didn’t know, RUSS first came onto the scene in 2015 with the track ‘What They Want’, which is an underground hit that has proven to have led him a major label deal with Columbia Records and the release of his platinum-certified debut, There’s Really a Wolf. Since then he has become a published author, community activist and philanthropist.

‘The Journey Is Everything’ World Tour will travel across North America, Europe, India, Australia, New Zealand before landing on the shores of Mzansi.

Although initially slated for January, RUSS will kick off the South African leg of his world tour on 24 February 2023 at the Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town followed up on 25 February 2023, at Monte Casino supported by some of South Africa’s biggest performers which have yet to be announced.

The South African leg of the world tour is brought you by Steyn Entertainment. The Johannesburg based multi-faceted company has been labelled as South Africa’s leading Entertainment, Hospitality and Media House which oversees multiple entities including iconic Music and Lifestyle Festivals ‘Rocking the Daisies’ and ‘In the City’; Record and Management Label ‘STAY LOW;  as well as Jozi’s premium inner-city art hotel ‘Hallmark House’ – home to the globally-renowned Marabi Jazz Club.

Tickets are available via the links below:

Cape Town


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