A LIVE EXPERIENCE WITH 

JPEGMAFIA

Courtesy of Metropolis Music, Documented by Shenead Poroosotum

"LONDON WHAT THE F*** IS GOOD MAN...MY NAME IS JPEGMAFIA AND I CAME TO DO SOME NASTY S*** FOR Y'ALL" 

"JPEGMAFIA GRABBED SOCIETY BY THE THROAT IN A GRIPPING AND ENERGY-INFUSED PERFORMANCE AT EartH HACKNEY." 

In an electrifying display of his most recent album All My Heroes Are Cornballs, JPEGMAFIA grabbed society by the throat in a gripping and energy infused performance at EartH Hackney.

‘Jesus Forgive Me, For I Am A Thot’ proved to be a crowd favourite as his fans shouted his lyrics back to him just as much as the experimental beats from ‘Kenan Vs. Kel’. Performing tracks from older albums such as ‘1539 N. Calvert’ and ‘Thug Tears’ (a song he performed on COLOURS) as well, JPEGMAFIA delivered himself as pumped and erratic as he makes himself out to be, frequently diving into the open armed crowd and allowing himself to be carried by his die hard fans.

There’s no match to Peggy when it comes to energy. And we’re injecting it for the whole of 2020.​

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