Genre-defying Japanese-British singer and star-to-be injects her avant-pop anthems with metallic edge and electronic sheen.
PUBLISHED MONDAY 20.6.2022
It is with great regret that we must inform you that Jack Harlow will not play T this summer's Roskilde Festival after all.
Due to unforeseen delays with the filming and production schedule for “White Men Can’t Jump”, the US rapper has to stay in the US throughout the month of June. And that means that he has to cancel his Roskilde concert.
Fortunately, we’re happy to present the Japanese-British artist Rina Sawayama. She’s an artist we have followed for a while and to whom we have great expectations. We’ve seen her play at Coachella in Californa where she outperformed many of the headliners.
Rina Sawayama is a poptastic genre juggler whose musical universe embraces everything from nu-metal, and shiny 2000s megapop to glam club tracks, rap-rock and more. NME calls her “a jubilant, fun-filled spectacle” while The Guardian claims that her superstar status is cemented.