Rich Chigga to play in Singapore
Your idol, Rich Chigga will return to live action on stage in Singapore and you can be there to see him. His solo rap concert schedules have just been announced, and Singapore is among the chosen countries, as well as the US, Canada and Malaysia. You can enjoy an entertaining performance by purchasing Rich Chigga Singapore tickets at StubHub. Our secure e-ticketing platform will make sure that all your transactions are done in a safe manner, whether you're planning on selling or buying Rich Chigga tickets.
Indeed, Rich Chigga will be heading our way so as to make an appearance at the Zokout festival. Taking place at the idyllic Siloso Beach, Rich Chigga will be offering an exclusive airing of his latest tunes. That's right, ticket-holders will be able to see the rap superstar perform in person, blasting out some of his hottest tunes, like "Glow Like Dat". Keep checking StubHub to find more information about Rich Chigga's performance at the 2017 Zokout festival.
Rich Chigga releases hit after hit
The young rapper is becoming increasingly recognised at an international level since publishing his genius work, "Dat $tick", on Youtube. His debut single became viral after American rappers such as Tory Lanez published reaction videos, this way giving Rich Chigga his much-desired breakthrough. However, this was just the beginning of his path towards fame.
Over 73 million views later, the young artist has reached the top of multiple Billboard charts, despite not having released an album as of yet. His creativity in the world of rap music and his eloquence to work in English has facilitated Rich Chigga's success in the US and other English-speaking countries, like The Philippines and Singapore. Indeed, many global hits have been published since then, such as "Who That Be", "Seventeen", "Chaos" - which features 21 Savage-, "Gospel" and various other songs.
Rich Chigga: A respected artist and global influencer
Brian Immanuel, better known for his moniker Rich Chigga, is originally from Jakarta, Indonesia, although his parents are of Chinese-Indonesian descent. The rapper can now boast of being named in Rolling Stone's "25 under 25", however, his breakthrough in the world of music is relatively recent.
The viral artist started his career in social media at the age of 11, when he used Twitter, Vine and Youtube to make dark-comedy sketches. Interestingly, Rich Chigga didn't know how to speak English, and so he taught himself mainly by listening to international rappers like Macklemore, 2 Chainz, and Childish Gambino! Want to see this rising artist in the flesh? Buy your Rich Chigga tickets now at StubHub and enjoy the very best of rap!