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N-Dubz to reunite for UK arena tour after decade-long hiatus

A new single called 'Charmer' is coming out this week

By Will Richards

N-Dubz pose for a press photo
N-Dubz. (Photo: Alamy Stock Photo)

British hip-hop group N-Dubz have announced that they’re set to reunite this year for a UK arena tour following a decade-long hiatus.

The band – Dappy, Tulisa and Fazer – have been on hiatus since 2011, but will return with a new single called ‘Charmer’ this Thursday (May 19). The following day, tickets for the arena tour will then go on sale.

“Charmer is instantly recognisable as an N-Dubz song, featuring their trademark storytelling via the slick raps of Dappy and Fazer, alongside the sassy vocals of Tulisa,” a press release about the new track promises.

The band’s ‘Back To The Future’ tour dates will begin in Newcastle on November 7, before finishing up 12 days later in Manchester.

Watch a teaser for the band’s reunion and see the full list of tour dates below. Tickets are available here.

7 – Newcastle, Utilita Arena
8 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
10 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
11 – Leeds, First Direct Arena
12 – Birmingham, Utilita Arena
14 – Bournemouth, International Centre
15 – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
17 – London, The O2
18 – Sheffield, Utilita Arena
19 – Manchester, AO Arena

N-Dubz’ most recent album, ‘Love.Live.Life’, came out in 2010. Their first two studio albums, ‘Uncle B’ (2008) and ‘Against All Odds’ (2009), have gone platinum in the UK.