British rap star Stormzy has postponed the Asian leg of his tour due to the coronavirus outbreak.
He had been on account of play in places together with Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia in March.
“As a result of ongoing well being and journey issues surrounding the coronavirus, I am regrettably having to reschedule this leg of the tour,” he wrote on Instagram.
More than 1,350 people have died from the virus in China.
“I used to be severely trying ahead to bringing the #HITH World tour to Asia and enjoying some epic bought out reveals,” the rapper mentioned.
“Info relating to the rescheduled dates will comply with in the end. Please contact your native ticket vendor for any additional queries. I promise I will be again.”
Stormzy, who headlined the Glastonbury Competition final 12 months, kicked off a serious world tour in Dubai final week.
He had additionally been on account of go to Japan, South Korea and Indonesia in March and April.
US rock group The Pixies have additionally cancelled three reveals in China in February and March, however are nonetheless touring Japan.
Kenny G, 98 Levels and Spandau Ballet singer Tony Hadley have additionally postponed upcoming dates in Singapore.
Sporting occasions have additionally been affected, with the World Athletics Indoor Championships in Nanjing and the F1 Grand Prix in Shanghai being postponed.
The UK International Workplace is at the moment advising towards all however important journey to mainland China.
Stormzy shall be again in London subsequent week for the Brit Awards, the place he’s nominated for finest British male, finest British album and finest British single.