We’re super excited to announce that promising new R&B singer AMUN will be supporting Joy Crookes on her upcoming UK tour, including a stop at Glasgow Broadcast on the 30th October. Full dates below.
Amun began making waves following the self-release of her debut EP Separate back in 2018, and has since signed with RCA Records via Since ’93. Before she is set to support Joy Crookes, Amun will release her highly anticipated second EP Settling Scores this Friday, 25th October.
You can check out her latest single ‘Cycle‘
“At just 23, Amun is making waves with her sharp sense of self and unapologetic individuality. Powered by a love of music and the arts, she found her sound and hasn’t looked back” – Hunger
“Amun’s star is on the rise” – Clash
“Amun is continuing to turn heads with addictive tracks” – Spindle
“Amun’s collision of rap – melodic R&B is a welcome, refreshing voice from the underground via Somalia and West London” – The Line Of Best Fit
“This week’s hottest brand new act” – Music Week
“If you’re not familiar now, get to know” – Gal-Dem
As she says herself, there’s a typical trope in R&B, and especially in modern R&B, of a woman singing love songs to a man. Amun associates with a different breed of R&B – one that goes as hard as any of the guys rapping, and isn’t strictly about relationships.
She’s always felt that way about music, too. As a child she grew up on all the R&B classics – TLC, 112, Lauryn Hill – alongside classic rap such as Biggie and 2Pac. And the influence of these impactful artists stuck as she recalls, “There was more to the songs back then – so much more depth. People had more important things to talk about. We all have a platform and there are so many consumers: what are you going to teach someone or tell someone. I would like to try and bring some of that back.”
After self-releasing her debut EP ‘Separate‘ last year, Amun is currently gearing up to release her brand new EP via Since ’93. Pretty soon after the release of ‘Separate‘, and pretty soon after that she was signed by RCA imprint Since ‘93 – the label that’s also home to UK Number One artist Fredo, Loski and Serine Karthage, run by industry veterans Glyn Aikins and Riki Bleau. The EP also saw her link up with Skrapz: a rare collaboration for one of the UK’s most sought after artists, on a remix of Amun’s track “So Cold”. Seeing the two together is a perfect example of what Amun means, about making R&B but still going in as hard as some, if not one of, the finest UK rappers.
Dropping in Autumn this year, Amun says of her upcoming EP, “I want this new tape to be for the ladies to relate to. Starting off at home, we have lots of female artists, but we don’t have female artists that want to get back at the boys… you know?”
28.10.19 DUBLIN, THE SOUND HOUSE w/ Joy Crookes
30.10.19 GLASGOW, BROADCAST w/ Joy Crookes
31.10.19 MANCHESTER, DEAF INSTITUTE w/ Joy Crookes
01.11.19 BRISTOL, ROUGH TRADE w/ Joy Crookes
04.11.19 BIRMINGHAM, HARE & HOUNDS w/ Joy Crookes
05.11.19 LONDON, EVOLUTIONARY ARTS HACKNEY w/ Joy Crookes