The Amsterdam-based urban & pop music festival OH MY! drops second batch of lineup announcements for 18 July 20

OH MY! Festival drops second batch of lineup announcements!

Full Second Lineup Release: Tory Lanez, City Girls, M Huncho, Gashi, Bow Wow, Rema, J Holiday, Nafe Smallz, Kida Kudz, Darkoo, Josylvio, Henkie T, Lijpe, Adje, Cho, Hef, Sevn Alias, Kevin, Ashafar & Bryan MG.

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The Amsterdam-based urban and pop music festival OH MY!, which returns to Almere Beach on July 18, has released its second batch of lineup names. Tory Lanez, City Girls, Bow Wow, Gashi, Rema and M Huncho, and many more other acts, will make their appearance on Almere Beach this summer. For the famous City Girls it will be the very first time that they travel to The Netherlands.

Earlier, the organisation behind the festival announced that the “African Giant” Burna Boy, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Lil Durk, Tyga and many others. The Canadian Tory Lanez, who recently released his album “Chixtape 5”, will give away a spectacular show during the festival for one hour. The popular American rap duo City Girls, known for their successful hits “Twerk” ft. Cardi B and Act Up, are traveling to the Netherlands exclusively for OH MY!.

In addition to the popular contemporary urban acts on their lineup, the festival also has a number of striking old school names on the program. Besides Fabolous, which has already been announced with the first release, old school legends Bow Wow, known for ’00s mega-hits such as ‘Let Me Hold You’ and ‘Ain’t Thinkin ‘Bout You’, and J Holiday will perform their classics over the course of the festival this summer.

The festival also announced African acts Rema, Darkoo, R2bees and Kida Kudz as additions to their special afro stage. This is the second year OH MY! is hosting an Afro stage – and due to last year’s success, they’ve decided to expand the number of Afro acts! Earlier they already announced Naira Marley, Teni and Ms Banks.

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