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Lee Youngji To Return To Singapore With 1st World Tour “ALL OR NOTHING” This October

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Keep your head up because Youngji is returning!

Gen Z hip-hop icon, Lee YoungJi, will be bringing her first-ever world tour to Singapore this coming October! This marks her second performance in Singapore following her successful show last year.

Presented by Live Nation Singapore, 2024 LEE YOUNGJI WORLD TOUR [ALL OR NOTHING] IN SINGAPORE will take place at the Capitol Theatre on 19 October 2024 (Saturday) at 8PM.

Whilst ticket prices will be released soon, Mastercard cardholders have special access to presale tickets in Singapore starting from 10 July (Wed), 10am to 11:59pm. Visit priceless.com/music to find out more. Live Nation members can secure tickets during the Live Nation presale on 11 July (Thu), 10am to 11:59pm. Visit livenation.sg for free membership signup and presale access. Tickets for the general public will go on sale on 12 July (Fri), from 10am onwards via ticketmaster.sg.

LEE YOUNGJI, a rising star in the Korean hip-hop scene, is known for being the first female winner of both “High School Rapper 3” and “Show Me The Money 11”. Her music blends powerful beats with personal storytelling, tackling diverse topics and showcasing her versatility as both a rapper and singer. Beyond her music works, she has also gained immense popularity as a variety show queen with her wit and quirky personality.

LEE YOUNGJI recently released her highly-anticipated debut album, “16 Fantasy”, on 21 June 2024. The title track, “Small Girl,” featuring EXO’s D.O., has become a chart-topping hit in South Korea, with its music video racking up over 10 million views on YouTube within days of its release. The song showcases a charming contrast to LEE YOUNGJI’s usual bold and assertive style, blending her distinctive husky vocals with a pleasant melody. With her undeniable talent, captivating stage presence, and willingness to push boundaries, LEE YOUNGJI’s musical journey is just beginning. She is poised to become a dominant force in Korean hip-hop and beyond.


Press Release from Live Nation Singapore

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