Aminé is heading to Australia for ‘The Best Tour Ever’

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Aminé is heading to Australia for ‘The Best Tour Ever’


The Portland-born rapper is heading here for a series of sideshows during his Falls Festival appearance in January 2023.

Having burst onto the scene at the age of 21 with his notorious six time platinum single ‘Caroline’, he’s since appeared at Coachella and Lollapalooza, as well as receiving several Grammy nominations. 

What you need to know

  • Acclaimed Portland rapper Aminé is coming to Melbourne
  • Aminé is performing a show at The Forum on January 6
  • He’ll be joined by South West Sydney rapper B Wise

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Coming off of a 2021 Grammy nomination for Disclosure collaboration, ‘My High’, Aminé since has revisited the world of dance/hip-hop crossover with his latest album TWOPOINTFIVE. This album features a variety of innovative, genre-bending tracks, that could come at no better time for packing a dance floor.


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Good For You, his debut studio album, drew praise on arrival with writeups in XXL, The New York Times, Complex, and more. And Limbo, released in 2020, debuted in the Top 10 of the Billboard Top Hip Hop Albums chart with features from Young Thug, Summer Walker, Vince Staples, and more.

He’s even made an acting debut with HBO’s Insecure, demonstrating that the artist’s talents extend well beyond music into a whole new medium of entertainment.

Joining him on the tour is South West Sydney rapper B Wise – who exploded on to the scene in 2018. With his critically acclaimed debut Area Famous, he captured the contemporary multicultural Australian experience and cemented him as one of the country’s best storytellers. 2021’s sophmore release jaime solidified B Wise as a leader of contemporary hip hop in Australia, collaborating with the likes of Sampa the Great, JessB, Milan Ring and Blessed.

Aminé The Best Tour Ever Tour 2023 dates

  • Enmore Theatre, Sydney: January 5
  • The Forum, Melbourne: January 6
  • Studio the Venue, Auckland: January 10

Tickets for all shows go on sale at 12pm, Friday July 15. For more information and to grab your tickets when they go on sale, head here.