The Warehouse Project is bringing ‘Doja’ star Central Cee to Manchester

The legendary party series has just added an extra date, bringing rapper Central Cee to WHP for the very first time

Georgina Pellant Georgina Pellant - 27th September 2022

The Warehouse Project (WHP) is bringing Doja star Central Cee to Manchester for a special headline show, it has been revealed.

The hit London rapper, whose latest mixtape 23 recently hit number 1 in the Official UK Charts, will perform at the party series’ industrial home of Depot Mayfield on Friday 2 December, 2022.

The new date has been added especially, with Central Cee making his WHP debut alongside a host of other British rap elites.

Successes from Central Cee’s debut mixtape Wild West and the newly-dropped 23 have pinned the rapper as one of London’s hottest exports.

His latest hit Doja, which samples American rapper Eve’s 2001 track Blow Ya Mind, has received over 28.7 million streams worldwide to date.

Video: Youtube

Joining Central Cee at his Depot Mayfield debut will be Knucks, performing tracks from his recent project Alpha Place, Pa Salieu – an artist known for his dynamic singles, which blend his Gambian heritage with his West Midlands upbringing, and Leicester-based rap artist Sainté.

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BBC Radio 1 Xtra host Tiffany Calver also joins the bill, alongside P-Rallel, Skinny Macho and Manchester collective Habitat presents The Night Show… featuring Yung_omz, Tone Rarri, Ak Gramm & Faro.

With an awe-inspiring 2 billion global streams, Central Cee is transcending the UK rap scene and regularly charting across the globe. He makes his debut at The Warehouse Project on Friday 2nd December alongside a host of other British rap elite.

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Pre-sale tickets will be available on Thursday 29 September from 10am. General sale will be available on Friday 30th September from 10am.

Tickets for the show will be priced at £25. To be one of the first to get your hands on one, sign up here.

Feature image – WHP / Central Cee