N-Dubz reunite after 11 years and announce huge comeback tour with new single
Tulisa, Dappy and Faze are returning
British hip-hop group N-Dubz are reuniting for a UK tour this year, it has been announced.
The trio, made up of Dappy, Tulisa and Fazer, are also said to be releasing their first music in 11 years ahead of the tour.
A source told the Sun that the group's new single 'Charmer' was on the way. They told the paper: "Fans have been calling for this for years but timing has never been right.
"Finally all Tulisa, Dappy and Fazer are all on board and the music they have recorded is genuinely some of their best yet. Think classic N-Dubz but with a current twist."
They added: "Charmer was initially due out May 13 but they decided to push things back to make sure everything is perfect. Plans to film the video have been laid out like a military operation to keep everything under wraps."
The news was also announced by the O2 Arena on Monday, and the venue confirmed the hip-hop trio would be performing at the arena on November 17 this year, as part of a reunion UK tour.
🆕Just announced 🆕@ndubz are back and heading out on a UK tour stopping at #TheO2 on 17 November 2022 🙌
On O2? Priority Tickets 17 May 10amhttps://t.co/AKUh6m7hkB
General on-sale Friday 20 May 10am https://t.co/VvQW2PxgtH pic.twitter.com/L8DArFOzvT
— The O2 (@TheO2) May 16, 2022
N-Dubz released their debut album Uncle B in 2008, and during their career they had two top 10 albums and 12 top 40 hits.
Their most successful song was the single 'Number 1,' which featured rapper Tinchy Stryder, and reached the top spot in the charts in 2009.
But after the release of their Greatest Hits album, the group went on an indefinite hiatus.
The trio went on to pursue a solo careers, and Tulisa featured as a judge on the X Factor from 2011 to 2012. During her time on the show, she mentored Little Mix who won the series in 2011.
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