Watch Slowthai joins Brockhampton on ‘Heaven Belongs To You’, announced as North American tour support

Slowthai joins Brockhampton on ‘Heaven Belongs To You’, announced as North American tour support

The track comes from the hip-hop collective’s recently released fifth album, ‘GINGER’.

Having released their fifth studio album ‘GINGER’ last week, BROCKHAMPTON have shared the video for the Slowthai-featuring ‘Heaven Belongs To You’. The Northampton rapper gets the entire vocals on the 90-second track, exploring issues surrounding mental health and his relationship with religion.

The accompanying video, which was directed by Kevin Abstract, also coincides with the news that Slowthai will be opening for BROCKHAMPTON on their upcoming North American tour. Check out the dates below:

NOVEMBER

01 - Phoenix, The Van Buren

05 - Fresno, Rainbow Ballroom

08 - Stanford, Frost Amphitheater

13 - San Antonio, The Aztec Theatre

14 - Dallas, The Bomb Factory

15 - Austin, ACL Live At The Moody Theater

17 - New Orleans, The Fillmore New Orleans

19 - Miami Beach, The Jackie Gleason Theater

20 - Atlanta, Coca-Cola Roxy

22 - New York, Hulu Theater At Madison Square Garden

24 - Boston, Agganis Arena

25 - Washington, The Anthem

27 - Philadelphia, The Fillmore Philadelphia

29 - Toronto, Coca-Cola Coliseum

30 - Detroit, Masonic Temple Theatre

DECEMBER

03 - Minneapolis, The Armory

04 - Milwaukee, The Eagles Ballroom

06 - Chicago, Aragon Ballroom

09 - Denver, Mission Ballroom

13 - Los Angeles, Hollywood Palladium

Slowthai joins Brockhampton on ‘Heaven Belongs To You’, announced as North American tour support

slowthai has been shortlisted for the 2019 Hyundai Mercury Prize. For more information on this year’s Prize, head to mercuryprize.hyundai.co.uk.

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