Legendary rap trio Xzibit, D12, and Obie Trice unite for Australian Tour

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Legendary rap trio Xzibit, D12, and Obie Trice unite for Australian Tour

Words by Staff Writer

Three iconic figures in Hip-Hop history – Xzibit, D12, and Obie Trice – join forces for the 3 TWENTY Australian tour this June.

Celebrating the 20th anniversary of their most cherished albums, these rap legends are set to deliver a series of unforgettable performances down under.

In what promises to be a monumental occasion for fans of Hip-Hop, Xzibit’s ‘Man vs. Machine’, D12’s groundbreaking ‘D12 World’, and Obie Trice’s acclaimed ‘Cheers’ albums are all marking two decades of influence in 2024. With each act known for their undeniable impact on the genre, this tour is a rare opportunity to witness them together on stage.

The Australian leg of the tour kicks off at Brisbane’s Eatons Hill on June 21, followed by a stop at Melbourne’s Forum Theatre on June 23, and concluding at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre on June 25.

3 TWENTY Australia 2024 Tour

  • Friday 21 June – Eatons Hill, Brisbane
  • Sunday 23 June – Forum Theatre, Melbourne
  • Tuesday 25 June – Enmore Theatre, Sydney

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Alvin Nathaniel Joiner, better known as Xzibit, rose to fame under the mentorship of Dr. Dre, delivering hits like ‘Pimp My Ride’ and ‘Cribs’. His album ‘Man vs. Machine’ remains a benchmark in modern Hip-Hop, debuting at number three on the Billboard 200. Xzibit’s versatile career has seen him thrive not only in music but also in television and film.

D12, or The Dirty Dozen, hails from Detroit and has been a force in the rap scene since their inception in 1996. Their album ‘D12 World’ achieved multi-platinum success, with tracks like “Git Up” and “My Band” dominating the charts. Despite changes in lineup, the group continues to deliver powerhouse performances.

Obie Trice, known for his no-nonsense style, made waves with his debut record ‘Cheers’, featuring collaborations with industry heavyweights like Eminem and Dr. Dre. Trice’s influence in the rap game is undeniable, and his legacy lives on through his label, Black Market Entertainment.

General tickets on sale: Wednesday 14th February @ 9 am local time