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$crim From $uicideboy$ Shares New Song "Paradise"



$crim, one half of the acclaimed New Orleans duo $uicideboy$, unveils the lead single “paradise” from his highly-anticipated solo EP set to be released via G59 Record$. The self-produced track offers listeners an intimate glimpse into the multifaceted producer and artist’s musical journey, delving into themes of escape, personal challenges, and a profound yearning for familial connection and peace. Accompanying the song is a music video. The upcoming solo project promises to navigate new sonic territories for $crim while resonating with themes familiar to $uicideboy$ fans.





This March, $uicideboy$ will return to Australia and New Zealand for added dates on their renowned annual rap-metal Grey Day Tour. They are scheduled to take the stage at Auckland's Spark Arena on March 23rd and Brisbane's Entertainment Centre on March 26th. Additionally, they’ll perform sold-out shows in Melbourne on March 28th at Rod Laver Arena and in Sydney on March 30th at Qudos Bank Arena. They’ll be joined by G59 labelmates Germ and Shakewell, with support from Ghostemane and Pouya. The overseas dates follow their US shows that played in 44 major cities including performances at iconic venues like Madison Square Garden and Red Rocks, and selling nearly 500,000 tickets. A link to purchase upcoming show tickets is here.


In 2023, $uicideboy$ achieved incredible success, releasing a substantial amount of music that included six group projects and two solo EPs by other $uicideboy$ member Ruby Da Cherry under his punk-pop alias, DUCKBOY. Collectively, their music garnered an impressive 3 billion Spotify streams - recognizing them as one of the most-streamed groups on the platform - which landed them on the cover of Spotify’s Top Groups of 2023 USA. Moreover, their single “Not Even Ghosts Are This Empty” earned a spot in both the Best Groups of 2023 and Top Gaming Tracks of 2023. On the touring side, the $uicideboy$ are now in the Top 20 of Billboard Magazine’s Top Grossing Hip-Hop Touring Artists Of All Time.

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