Maniacs Can't Say No to Conor's Scottish date

It's a match made in pop heaven for fans of Conor Maynard as he is due to hit the road with Jason Derulo next month.

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The Brighton singer will support US star Derulo in a tour which will see the pair perform at Glasgow's O2 Academy on Monday, March 31.

The 21-year-old star is currently working on a follow up to hit album Contrast, and with R U Crazy being a taster for things to come, Conor's Maniacs (fans) are in for a treat.

The as yet untitled title has saw Conor work with Labrinth and Travie McCoy, and is sure to be an instant hit with his following of over a million Twitter fans.

Conor, however, continues to entertain fans with his release of covers through YouTube, the platform where he was first discovered.

His version of Canadian rapper Drake's Hold on, We're Going Home is getting rave reviews online, and the singer is expected to release more of the same.

You can catch Conor in action at the O2 Academy on Monday, March 31. For more on tickets, visit http://www.o2academyglasgow.co.uk/.

For more on Conor, follow him on Twitter @ConorMaynard.

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