After returning to action in 2021, the festival will take place across three sites – two in London, one in Birmingham – in July.
“Introducing…[H.E.R.]” the festival shared via twitter, adding that the singer “has been added to the Finsbury park lineup! Are you ready to sing your heart out?”
Introducing…. @HERMusicx has been added to the Finsbury Park lineup! Are you ready to sing your heart out? Saturday 9th July….don’t miss out
— Wireless Festival (@WirelessFest) March 30, 2022
Coverage of Wireless 2022 will be broadcast on BBC Radio 1Xtra, which is partnering with Wireless for the very first time this year. The station will air exclusive interviews and performances, while 1Xtra DJs will host stages and play special DJ sets across the nine days of the festival.
Last year H.E.R. – real name Gabriella Wilson – was be featured as part of an all-female hip hop album, curated by Cardi B and Halle Berry. The collection served as the soundtrack to Netflix‘s film Bruised, which saw Berry make her directorial debut. She also stared in the movie as Jackie Justice, a disgraced MMA fighter. The singer contributed the cut ‘Automatic Woman’.
“I can’t wait to show it. I have to tell you, one of the things I’m most excited about is the title song that H.E.R. sang… and she killed it,” Berry told Variety at the time. “I can’t wait to share with everyone and am super excited.”
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