N-Dubz to perform at Ipswich Regent
IPSWICH: Pop sensations N-Dubz will thrill fans when they star at the Regent Theatre in Ipswich in April.
IPSWICH: Pop sensations N-Dubz will thrill fans when they star at the Regent Theatre, in April.
The MOBO-winning band, from Camden, who burst onto the British music scene last year with their hit single Ouch, will perform tracks from their new album, Against All Odds, on April 1.
Over the last three years, N-Dubz have had an unprecedented impact on modern British youth culture.
They are, in fact, nothing short of a phenomenon, selling over 500,000 albums, completing a critically acclaimed sell out debut UK tour, picking up three MOBO awards and scoring a number one single along the way.
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The band has spent the past six months writing and producing the new album almost entirely themselves, with a selection of the UK's hottest talent adding the finishing touches, including Kanye West prot�g� Mr Hudson, Chipmunk, Wiley and, perhaps unexpectedly pop legend Gary Barlow.
The album follows the release of “I Need You”, the record's first single, out now.
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The past 12 months have been a breakthrough year for N-Dubz.
The video for Ouch received over nine million views on YouTube, the song burst from the underground to become the soundtrack to millions of teenagers' lives.
Three further hit singles followed, as well as a platinum debut album which has sold over 500,000 copies to date.