Skillibeng to join Chris Brown’s ‘Under the Influence’ European tour next year
A combination photo of Dancehall artiste Skillibeng and RCA labelmate Chris Brown, who he will join on tour come February 2023.

Dancehall artiste Skillibeng will join his RCA labelmate, Chris Brown, for the European leg of his ‘Under the Influence’ tour.

Brown made the announcement on Tuesday in a post on Instagram.

The tour will kick off on February 12 in Dublin, Ireland and will end on March 6 in Amsterdam.

“Tickets on sale Friday. I’m bringing my brother @skillibeng on tour…. starting the year off wit a bang! See you there,” the US superstar captioned the post.

Skillibeng has been steadily rising and gaining traction in the dancehall sphere.

The Whap Whap artiste, who was recently featured on a track with Busta Rhymes called ‘Bulletproof Skin’, has also worked with international superstars such as DJ Khaled, French Montana, Fivio Foreign, Nicki Minaj and Young M.A.

On November 30, Skillibeng, 25, won Best Caribbean Music Act 2022 award at the 25th annual MOBO Awards in the UK.

READ: Skillibeng wins Best Caribbean Music Act MOBO Award

It was the Crocodile Teeth artiste’s first major award. Skillibeng was also nominated for Best International act alongside Beyonce, Burna Boy, Chris Brown, Drake, Jack Harlow, Jazmine Sullivan, Kendrick Lamar, Summer Walker, and Tems. Burna Boy copped that award.

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