Doctors have told him he isn’t allowed to travel or perform.
The rapper has teamed up with Kingswood guitarist Alex Laska on the track.
“I have so many new songs that I am so fucking stoked to perform for everyone.”
Turning up the heat.
Their biggest tour ever!
“Desiigner might have the hits but if he can’t bring it live he’ll soon fade into obscurity.”
“Are you ready? Let’s get fucked up!”
Plus a bunch of other highlights from last night’s bash.
A big collab with the Wu-Tang Clan member.
Twas The Night Before BIGSOUND, and all through The Foundry…
Ivan Ooze doesn’t drip feed his announcements
It’s the first time they have toured in Australia since 2011.
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