Kanye West is Ireland-bound alongside frequent collaborator/ rap-producer extraordinaire Pharrell. Yeezus and the "Happy" man announced that they will hit the stage at Dublin's Marlay Park on July 2.
Kanye recently postponed his Australian tour, which was rescheduled from May to September so he can work on his next album, set for release later this year.
Meanwhile, Skateboard P has been racking up the accolades after dropping the Oscar-nominated global ode to joy "Happy." Pharrell has proven that he is the MVP of the music biz right now by bagging four Grammy Awards, partnering with adidas and snagging a chair on NBC's The Voice.
This would be 'Ye’s first time back in Ireland since the Watch The Throne Tour with Jay Z back in 2012, which was the highest grossing hip hop tour in history.
Tickets go on sale this Friday, April 11, at 9am.