LIL XAN

LIL XAN

Supported by TBC

SUN 22 JUL @ 8PM

Price
$69.90
Bookings
(02) 9550 3666
Mode
Concert Mode
Tickets
On sale now @ Enmore Theatre - Ticketek

An enigmatic new face in hip-hop emerging from the deepest depths of SoundCloud rap culture and scaling the highest echelons of Spotifystream counts, Californian rapper Lil Xan will jump off the Splendour in the Grass bandwagon briefly this July for an exclusive, all ages sideshow in Sydney.

Originally hailing from Redlands, California, Lil Xan was first exposed to hip-hop while taking photos of his friends in the Low Gang Collective – a group of rappers that included fellow SoundCloud superstars Steven Cannon and Aris Ray. After his camera was stolen at a show, Xan decided to ditch the pictures and start rapping himself, a decision that paid off almost immediately. Clocking up his first trip to Australia, Lil Xan (real name Diego Leanos) will arrive on our shores in a white-hot flurry of hard earned hype. A controversial spirit, his signature track Betrayed has been streamed close to 200 million times (its video is putting up similar numbers on YouTube) and has landed the 21-year-old rapper at the forefront of a growing counterculture in the US.

Betrayed became a sensation by documenting the vagaries of addiction and detox via prescription tranquilliser Xanax – the drug from which Lil Xan and his crew take their names. Its undeniable hook “Xan’s gonna betray you, Xan’s gonna take you” sits addictively over woozy, processed beats.

The success of Betrayed paved the way for debut album TOTAL XANARCHY, which hit the Top 10 in the US Charts on release. The record features spots from the likes of Charli XCX, Diplo and 2 Chainz, and has enticed devotion from millions of young Americans. Clocking up nearly 1 million views in its first 12 hours of release, Betrayed laid the foundations for Lil Xan to become one of 2018’s most popular new artists.



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