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A RECENT ARRIVAL IN A BRAND NEW WORLD.

VALENTINO AND BOILER ROOM ANNOUNCE THEIR SECOND SERIES OF LIVE PERFORMANCES, SET IN A 3-D RENDERED DESERT DREAMSCAPE AND FEATURING ARTISTS BLANCO, BREE RUNWAY, CLAIRE LAFFUT, ICHON AND WOO.

Showcasing newly-released music from each talent and graphic treatments by Masha Batsii, each performance is a unique invitation to see, feel and enjoy a diverse array of sensory experiences.

French artist Ichon has worked with some of France’s greatest creative minds, from collaborating with some of the hottest French rappers (Hamza, Myth Syzer) to working with top fashion designers (Pigalle, Margiela, Weston.) Three years ago, he decided to dedicate time to realign and focus on his inner self. His story and “his truth” can be heard in last year’s standout LP “Pour de Vrai”.


Blanco, aka Riccardo Fabbriconi, was born in 2003, in Italy. After being noticed by Eclectic Music, he released under the Island Records label, many singles, like “Notti In Bianco” and “LA CANZONE NOSTRA” with Mace and Salmo, which was certified triple platinum. In February he released the single “Paraocchi” and after the song “Tutti Muoiono” feat. Madame, on June 17 the artist released the new single “Mi Fai Impazzire” with Sfera Ebbasta. The single soon reached #1 on Spotify’s Top 50 with more than 20 million s treams, achieving platinum award.


24-year-old South Korean rapper Woo Won-Jae sprung to fame in 2017 after appearing on the popular hip-hop competition show Show Me The Money, resulting in a record deal with Jay Park’s AOMG.