SET TO JOIN THE WEEKND ON 2017’S MOST ANTICPATED TOUR, “STARBOY: LEGEND OF THE FALL”
24 FEBRUARY 2017 (Toronto, ON) – Rapper, songwriter and producer Belly has shared his latest set of arresting visuals for his newest single “Frozen Water” featuring Future. The clip was directed by Rollo Jackson (Jamie XX, Danny Brown, Hot Chip) and features the two MCs performing the track amidst dark, cinematic backdrops, matching the song’s own uniquely intoxicating tone. “Frozen Water” is taken from Belly’s latest full-length release, the 2016 mixtape Inzombia, released via Roc Nation / Universal Music Canada, the country’s leading music company.
Watch the video for “Frozen Water” featuring Future here.
Belly is currently in the midst of the 36-US date Rubba Band Business: The Tour, with Juicy J. Billboard recently described Belly’s “incredible stage presence” at the tour’s Los Angeles stop, exclaiming “the MC’s stage presence was infectious as he went into the crowd, jumped up and down, and equally performed at both ends. For a new artist, the rapper carries a performance well and is definitely on the radar to continue to rise in popularity.”
It has also just been announced that Belly will be a special guest on the North American leg of The Weeknd’s “Starboy: Legend of The Fall” 2017 World Tour. Belly will act as support along with Rae Sremmurd and 6LACK. The tour is set to kick off April 25 in Vancouver and will trek through major cities including Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec City in Canada, and multiple dates in Los Angeles and Brooklyn. Details of the Canadian dates can be found below. Tickets can be purchased by visiting ticketmaster.com.
Belly’s third full body of work in a year, Inzombia was released at the end of 2016 and has since reviewed attention from the likes of Complex, The FADER, GQ, XXL, Noisey, Pigeons and Planes, Billboard, Hot New Hip Hop and more. The project features collaborations with the likes of rising rapper/producer NAV (Re-Up), Jadakiss (“Trap Phone”), Young Thug (“Consuela”) and more. Recently, The Academy Award-nominated hit maker’s #1 single “Might Not” featuring The Weeknd, taken from his mixtape Up For Days, achieved gold status for sales of over 500,000.
Official Canadian tour dates:
APRIL 25 – ROGERS ARENA, VANCOUVER, BC
MAY 26 – AIR CANADA CENTRE, TORONTO, ON
MAY 28 – CANADIAN TIRE CENTER, OTTAWA, ON
MAY 30 – BELL CENTRE, MONTREAL, QC
MAY 31 – VIDEOTRON CENTRE, QUEBEC CITY, QC
**All dates with The Weeknd, Rae Sremmurd and 6LACK