Review: D-Block Europe Pull Off An Incredible Show For The History Books At London’s O2 Arena!

Elle Evans

By Elle Evans

Elle Evans

4 Dec 2021

Following on from the release of their newly dropped project, ‘Home Alone 2’, D-Block Europe, made up of both Young Adz and Dirtbike LB, recently performed at their biggest sold-out show to date…London’s O2 Arena.

Opening the show, both Robert Bruce and Niro Tha DJ kept fans waiting in anticipation for the duo’s arrival, playing banger after banger! With guest appearances from Lil Pino, M1llionz, LD, Chip, M Huncho, and RAYE, the pair took to the stage in front of 20,000 people for a show to remember. Accompanied alongside a live band, dancers, a quad bike, and a bike on stage – in true DBE style – the pair had the arena singing bar for bar as they solidify why they are one of the best acts in the UK. Regardless of the slight hiccup that took place half-way through which nearly shut down the show, Young Adz and Dirtbike LB continued strong, performing songs that span their career thus far.

From ‘Darling’, ‘Ferrari Horses’ alongside RAYE, to ‘Indulge’ with M Huncho, not to mention newly released bangers ‘Funny Bunny Nails’, ‘No Competition’, ‘Don’t Go’ and ‘Overseas’, Young Adz and Dirtbike LB delivered a quality selection of songs with their signature laid-back demeanor. Captivating the audience with their infectious melodies and auto-tuned vocals, the duo took a moment to reflect on when they got boo’d off stage to now selling out one of the UK’s biggest venues. Changing their lives around for the better, it was an incredible moment to witness greatness for two guys from South London that are equally paving a way for a of new generation of artists that wish to take a similar route with wave music.

Closing out the show with fan-favourites, ‘Home P*ssy’ and ‘Kitchen Kings’; the pair cut the music and took to the stage acapella style for a moment I’m sure they will never forget…the O2 Arena singing ‘Home P*ssy’ back to them word for word. Ending the show with a bang – quite literally – a large burst of blue confetti covered supporters as the celebration of D-Block Europe’s trajectory came to an unfortunate end. Leaving no room for anyone to doubt their journey up until now, D-Block Europe pulled off an incredible show that will easily go down in history.

Listen to ‘Home Alone 2’ below.