Bugzy Malone Drops New Visuals For Drama And Huge Tour Dates

The self-proclaimed  King Of The North is seemingly gearing it up to another level ahead of the release of his debut album B.Inspired. There’s much to be excited about considering Bugzy Malone has already touched the Top 10 for his past three EPs so it was only a matter of time before he attempted to storm the charts with a full-length project.

Drama is the latest track taken from the upcoming album in which his lyrics revolve around the narrative of an upcoming heist. It might be compelling tale due to Bugzy’s passion and lyricism, however, it’s also the dangerous life he could’ve been living himself as he states in the track ‘Drama’ is what my life could’ve been like if I didn’t turn things around’. The clean visuals, cold from beginning to end see Bugzy living a positive and fulfilled life that he probably wouldn’t have imagined could be his reality.  The video was directed by Bugzy’s regular collaborator Connor Hamilton and filmed at various locations in Dubai. Extending Bugzy’s track record for high end, conceptual visuals, it interweaves an intense film-within-a-film crime narrative with performance footage shot at the top of a skyscraper.

B.Inspired is available for pre-order and drops on August the 17th, as well as this great news for U.K music he’s also announced the B. Inpsired tour which is set to be the biggest headline tour to date by any grime artist performing to 38,000 + fans!

Fans who pre-order the B. Inspired album from https://bugzymalone.tmstor.es/ will receive a unique code allowing exclusive access to the pre-sale for UK tour tickets for 48 hours starting from 10am on Tuesday, July 10th.

Tickets are available from 12th July 10 am and he’s set to play the following dates including two huge homecoming shows in the 0161:



18th – Liverpool, O2 Academy 1

19th – London, Printworks

21st – Oxford, O2 Academy 1

24th – Newcastle, O2 Academy

25th – Leeds, O2 Academy 1

26th – Birmingham, O2 Academy 1

27th – Norwich, UEA


1st – Nottingham, Rock City

2nd – Bristol, O2 Academy 1

4th – Cardiff, Y Plas

8th – Manchester, Mayfield Point

9th – Manchester, Mayfield Point

14th – Edinburgh, Corn Exchange

29th – Belfast, The Limelight


1st – Dublin, Olympia Theatre