Stormzy Announces Live New Album Streaming Event
Stormzy has announced This Is What I Mean – Live From Queen Elizabeth Hall – a showcase of his highly anticipated album. The special show will air on the Amazon Music UK channel on Twitch and Prime Video at 7pm GMT on 30 November.
This Is What I Mean – Live From Queen Elizabeth Hall will be hosted by Julie Adenuga and feature Stormzy discussing his new material in his own words, talking in depth about the musicality of his album, the creative process, his community work with #Merky foundation, the future and much more.
Among the guests will be figures from across the entertainment industry along with specially invited members of the community at prestigious South London music venue, the Queen Elizabeth Hall. Stormzy will also perform Firebabe, Hide & Seek and Holy Spirit alongside exclusive first performances of Please, My Presidents Are Black and Give It To The Water from the new album.
Laura Lukanz, Amazon Music’s Head of Music Industry, UK, Australia & New Zealand said: “Stormzy is an icon, a fearless artist who has once again pushed boundaries with his third album. This unmissable livestreamed show will not only give fans an insight into his mindset and creative process, but the incredible opportunity to see the world exclusive live performance of multiple songs from Stormzy’s brilliant new album.
Earlier this month, Amazon Music revealed that Stormzy was among the artists to release brand-new Amazon Original tracks for the Christmas season, available exclusively on Amazon Music. Stormzy’s Amazon Original Orchestral version of Firebabe featuring Jacob Collier and Debbie, recorded at the iconic Abbey Road Studios.
Stormzy’s highly-anticipated new album This Is What I Mean will be released via 0207 Def Jam on 25 November. It was announced last week that the rapper will mark the new album with a free three-day immersive event – the This Is What I Mean House – on London’s Regent Street from 25-27 November.