Genre-bending songwriter Nnamdï plays Tampa next month

Sounds on his records range from freeform jazz, underground hip-hop, and electronica.

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Next month, Nnamdï is celebrating his fifth album Please Have a Seat by hitting the road on a tour that stops in Tampa.

Tickets to see Nnamdï (stylized “NNAMDÏ,” a Nigerian name pronounced “nahm-dee”) play Hooch and Hive in Tampa on Friday, Feb. 24, go on sale Thursday, Jan. 19 and start at $12-$15.

The Chicago-based singer and rapper is known for his ability to cross genres with his music. Sounds on his records range from freeform jazz, underground hip-hop, and electronica. Over the past two years he has released an album, Brat, a punk EP, Black Plight, and a crazy instrumental tape Krazy Karl, with several other projects.

From composing, producing, rapping, singing, drumming, when it comes to his music, he does it all—and his most recent album Please Have a Seat was some of his most vulnerable work so far.

There’s only one other Florida date on the tour on Feb. 22 in Miami.
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