A performance from the singer will be one of the exclusive shows available as part of the digital festival, with the original event postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The likes of Mist, Steel Banglez and JAY1 will also feature, with Wireless Connect due to take place over the dates of the original festival on July 3-5. Fans can also revisit 2019 sets from the likes of Skepta, Young Thug and Rae Sremmurd.
Organisers are helping fans to experience the festival from home, having made some pre-recorded performances available to watch in 360-degree virtual reality through the MelodyVR app. It will also stream sets across the Wireless Facebook Live and Wireless YouTube channels.
Wireless Connect will also shine a light on upcoming London talent with appearances from Yungen, Unknown T, Big Narstie and Deno.
The festival is also encouraging donations for Black Lives Matter, with a Crowdfunder going live from 5pm.
Wireless was originally due to take place in Finsbury Park with performances from A$AP Rocky, Skepta, Meek Mill and AJ Tracey. It has now been postponed for a year, and will return to London on July 2-4, 2021.
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