Tag: sorry we’re late
Previous | L&S Sorry We’re Late Artwork
After an already massively successful year for Leddie and Smoggy, the duo have just announced arguably their biggest move so far. After performing at Hip-Hop Isn’t Dead in London at the start of the year, and more recently supporting Shotty Horroh, Leddie and Smoggy have now revealed that they will be opening for The Game.
The pair will be playing alongside Dappy and Paigey Cakey before The Game’s headline show, on December 14, at the TFM Soundworks in Middlesbrough. This announcement is a massive reward for the hard working duo who release their debut album, Sorry We’re Late, on Monday.
Tickets will be available from Ticketline from 9am this Friday and are likely to sell fast so get yours ASAP.
Previous | L&S – Long Time Coming
Following the recent release of their final single, Leddie and Smoggy have released the promotional cover artwork for their upcoming debut album ‘Sorry We’re Late’. The Middlesbrough based duo has released three singles in recent months as they lead up to the anticipated release on October 28. For those that have not already heard it check out their latest single ‘What If’ accompanied by a beautifully shot video below. You can catch Leddie and Smoggy live in Middlesbrough this Friday supporting one of the most talked about names in UK hip-hop at the moment: Lunar C. They are also in Newcastle on October 19 supporting Shotty Horroh. Hard album copies will be available to buy at the shows too, so you can get it before anyone else. Check out their Facebook and website for the latest updates and details on their shows and music.
Category: Upcoming Releases
Long Time Coming, the second single from Leddie & Smoggy’s upcoming album ‘Sorry We’re Late’ has dropped. The album is due to be released in October and if the singles are anything to go by, it’s going to be great. Check out the music video, directed by Nathaniel Bygrave and filmed by the multi-talented Genesis Elijah, right here.
As well as checking out the music video, it is also available to download on iTunes and Bandcamp with the latter containing a clean or dirty version and a free acapella, so support UK Hip-Hop and get downloading.