Citizen Cope entered the industry in 2001 when he unveiled "Citizen Cope". Over the years he has grown into his own, having returned in 2019 with "Heroin and Helicopters". He will be touring the country soon, with shows in Hampton and Charleston.
AGMP presents CITIZEN COPE "Heroin and Helicopters" Tour + special guest: JO HARMAN "Citizen Cope is D.C.'s finest export since Marvin Gaye" - The Washington Post American Urban-folk artist Citizen Cope has built a following organically over the years since his 2002 debut album. His single “Let The Drummer Kick” eventually went Platinum without any support from commercial radio. In 2004, Cope followed up his self-titled debut with ‘The Clarence Greenwood Recordings,’ an album Vibe Magazine praised as “flawless throughout”. Songs from the record would go on to be covered by everyone from Carlos Santanaand Sheryl Crow to Richie Havens and Rhymefest, and in the years that followed, Cope has shared stages with superstars like Eric Clapton. His latest album "Heroin and Helicopters" is out now on Rainwater Recordings. Special guest support comes from Blues-Soul Vocal Powerhouse Jo Harman.