A group that bridged the gap between hip-hop and dubstep will call it quits after a 17-year run. Foreign Beggars have announced that following a final record and farewell show, they will part ways and pursue separate endeavors.
"Dear friends and family, it’s with a heavy heart that we announce that This will be the final stretch for Foreign Beggars," read a post to the group's Facebook page. "We are planning to release one final record later this year and 31st Dec 2019 will be the last ever show."
Foreign Beggars released their debut two-tracker in the form of Where Did The Sun Go in 2003. In the time since, they've led prolific careers as recording artists The group have made no public comments regarding the events leading up to their split.
Foreign Beggars also have yet to announce any details of their final release or farewell performance at the time of writing. They will announce more shows leading up to their split in the coming weeks.
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