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Rich Chigga Tickets
Rich Chigga TicketsBrian Imanuel, also known as Rich Brian and formerly as Rich Chigga, is an Indonesian rapper, songwriter, singer and record producer. Rich Brian is well-known for his 2016 single, "Dat $tick," that was certified gold by RIAA. While on tour in 2017, Brian co-headed alongside Joji and the Higher Brothers. In 2018, Brian released Amen, his debut studio album, that peaked at No. 18 on the US Billboard 200. Since then, Rich Brian has released one studio album, titled The Sailor.
From Brian Imanuel to Rich ChiggaIn his early teens, Brian taught himself English by listening to popular rappers such as Macklemore, 2 Chainz, Childish Gambino, Drake and Tyler, The Creator. The first American rap song he heard was "Thrift Shop" by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis which drove him to dive deeper into the genre. In 2014, Brian wrote his first original rap song and recorded it on his iPhone. In 2015, Brian uploaded his first track, titled "Living the Dream," to YouTube under the name Rich Chigga. DJ Smokey helped produce this track. Brian decided on Rich Chigga after realizing he didn't have a stage name. In 2016, Brian released "Dat $tick," which gained success after a reaction video was posted on YouTube featuring famous artists such as 21 Savage and Ghostface Killah. The official music video for "Dat $tick" has over 125 million views. In August 2016, Rich Chigga released "Who That Be" which was produced by Sikh. Around that time, he also debuted a remix of "Dat $tick" which featured Pouya and Ghostface Killah. His third single, titled "Seventeen," has over eight million views on YouTube. In 2018, Rich Chigga changed his stage name to Rich Brian and released his debut album, Amen. The album reached No. 1 on the iTunes Hip Hop Charts and No. 18 on the US Billboard 200.
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Will Rich Chigga tour in 2019?Yes, Rich Chigga will tour in 2019. He will perform nine shows between summer 2019 and fall 2019.
Are there any Rich Chigga concert tickets near me?There are six Rich Chigga concerts scheduled across North America this year. If you are traveling through Australia or New Zealand, Rich Brian has shows at Festival Hall in Melbourne, The Fortitude Music Hall in Fortitude Valley and the Great Hall in Auckland. Don't miss your chance to see a live Rich Chigga performance at the Los Angeles State Historic Park or the Theatre of Living Arts in Philadelphia. In October, Brian will be performing at the House of Blues in Boston, The Fillmore Silver Spring in Silver Spring and the House of Blues in Chicago. Be sure to purchase your Rich Chigga tickets at StubHub today.
How long is a Rich Chigga concert?Rich Chigga concerts typically last between one to two hours; however, his sets usually last anywhere between 45 to 60 minutes.
What is the setlist for Rich Chigga's 2019 tour?The setlist for Rich Chigga's 2019 tour has yet to be announced; however, he may include songs from his most recent album The Sailor. Some popular tracks off this album include "Yellow," "Kids," "Where Does The Time Go," "The Sailor," "Drive Safe," "100 Degrees," "Slow Down Turbo" and "No Worries."
Has Rich Chigga been on tour before?Rich Chigga co-headlined the 88Rising Asia Tour in 2017 with Higher Brothers and Joji. Later in the year, he headlined his Come to My Party Tour into 2018.
Which artists are similar to Rich Chigga?Rich Chigga fans may enjoy listening to Keith Ape, Ugly God or Quality Control.
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