Acclaimed rapper 21 Savage will headline the final day of ComplexCon Hong Kong — the first edition of the pop culture festival held outside the USA. The Grammy-winning musician will close out the festival on March 24. Other artists who will play at the three-day event, which will take place from March 22-24, include singers from South Korean label AOMG and 3Cornerz from Hong Kong.
Born Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, 21 Savage rose to fame in 2016 with his breakout project Savage Mode, and has since worked with artists like The Weeknd, Travis Scott, Childish Gambino, Offset and J. Cole. His most recent album, American Dream, topped the Billboard 200, making it his fourth topper on the charts.
The first day of the festival will see former Hong Kong film star Edison Chen and his group 3Cornerz take the stage for the first time since they released new music last year. Other artists who will perform on the festival’s opening day are SHOU Lou Jun-Shuo, Novel Fergus, and Lexie Liu. Day 2 of ComplexCon Hong Kong will see AOMG artists such as rappers Simon Dominic, GRAY, Loco, Woo Won-Jae, and Coogie perform.
Graphic artist Verdy — who oversaw Coachella and BLACKPINK’s world tour — is the creative director for ComplexCon’s first international event. The event will also see appearances by icons from the world of design, such as Eric Kot, Jeff Staple, and VandyThePink.
ComplexCon Hong Kong will be held at AsiaWorld-Expo. Tickets are priced from HK$380 and can be purchased on the event website.
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