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Loyle Carner is swapping vintage football shirts for tickets to his sold out tour

Loyle Carner has started giving tour tickets to fans who can provide him with a vintage football shirt.

The rapper, who released debut album ‘Yesterday’s Gone’ earlier this year, is heading out on the road to play his biggest tour yet, including a show at O2 Academy Brixton next month.

But with nearly all the shows long sold out, one fan decided to chance his luck by offering the Mercury Prize nominated rapper an original 1990 Sweden home shirt in return for two tickets to Loyle’s show in Dublin tomorrow.

“Very tempting offer. For any1 else looking to get on Guestlist for this tour, this is how. I’ll swap 2 tickets for a L vintage footy top”, Loyle replied before accepting the offer.

Very tempting offer. For any1 else looking to get on Guestlist for this tour, this is how. I'll swap 2 tickets for a L vintage footy top. https://t.co/yg36sPbRS7

— Loyle (@LoyleCarner) September 25, 2017

You've started something brilliant @_greggreid. Your on the list +1, see you weds.

— Loyle (@LoyleCarner) September 25, 2017

Soon enough, the offers became flooding in – and Loyle was quick to accept.

One fan successfully offered a 1994 Liverpool away kit in return for tickets to his Bristol show.

@LoyleCarner 1994 Liverpool away kit for guesties in Bristol pic.twitter.com/IqgPpSLEWt

— Jake Landon (@JacobLandon17) September 25, 2017

100%, see you in Bris. You'll never walk alone my g https://t.co/vel124kwan

— Loyle (@LoyleCarner) September 25, 2017

Another even got a pint thrown in after offering an England 1990 World Cup third shirt.

@LoyleCarner got an England 1990 World Cup Finals Retro Third Shirt for a couple Notts tickets? pic.twitter.com/yKgQ2Ec8y8

— nathan (@nathan_sayers) September 25, 2017

Mate, If this is a large I'll throw in a pint https://t.co/LegCcJ1ft1

— Loyle (@LoyleCarner) September 25, 2017

He also proved to be a true connoisseur of vintage football shirts, questioning the authenticity of a 1995/6 Ajax home shirt before it turned out to be the real deal.

Gunna have to see the tag mate. Potential knock off this one https://t.co/hmwbpt8OOr

— Loyle (@LoyleCarner) September 25, 2017

@LoyleCarner Large 95/96 Ajax top for Manchester tickets? pic.twitter.com/LrIGeQwgkO

— Jack Mather (@_jackmather) September 25, 2017

And it all culminated in the ‘Holy Grail’ of shirts, the Liverpool 1998/99 home shirt that Loyle first saw Steven Gerrard playing in.

@LoyleCarner Liverpool 98/99 in a Large.. to take my little brother to see you in Brixton?! pic.twitter.com/l1l6J7nrve

— Cameron (@cameron97buck) September 26, 2017

Oh shit the Holy Grail. Remember seeing Gerrard for the 1st time in this. Tell your little brother I've got a top for him. See you in bricky https://t.co/qJOOPevDZS

— Loyle (@LoyleCarner) September 26, 2017

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Earlier this month, he was also opened up on the success of urban music, and spoke of how “creative space” had been responsible for the huge resurgence in grime.

26/09/2017 14:31:57
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