Jai Paul has shared a message with his fans ahead of his first-ever live debut, which will take place later this week.
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The musician will perform live for the first time this Sunday (April 16), at the first weekend of Coachella 2023. Now, in a new social media update, he has spoken directly to fans and thanked them for their ongoing support throughout his career.
“Yoo it’s Jai… this weekend I’m gonna be playing my first ever live show. I always wanted to do something like this but yeah Im not gonna lie I am absolutely shitting it,” he wrote on his Reddit page.
“Anyway, I just wanted to let u lot know how much I appreciate all you staying with me for all this time. Hopefully it’s gonna be worth it,” the post continued. “Rehearsals been going good so far i reckon… Not long to go innit. For those of you able to make it out there, i will see you in a few days.”
Alongside the update, he also shared a photo of him in a rehearsal space, preparing for the upcoming show. Coincidentally, the live debut at Coachella is almost 10 years to the day since the musician’s debut album infamously leaked on…