21-year-old U.K. rapper Lily Allen will release her debut album, "Alright, Still," Jan. 30 in the United States via Capitol. It will be preceded on Sept. 26 by the four-song digital EP "Smile."

21-year-old U.K. rapper Lily Allen will release her debut album, "Alright, Still," Jan. 30 in the United States via Capitol. It will be preceded on Sept. 26 by the four-song digital EP "Smile," the title track of which reached No. 1 on the U.K. singles chart this summer.

The EP will include both the explicit and "Gutter" mix of "Smile," plus the non-album tracks "Cheryl Tweedy" and "Absolutely Nothing." Allen will also play five U.S. club shows next month: Oct. 8 in Toronto, Oct. 10 in New York, Oct. 12 in San Francisco, Oct. 14 in Los Angeles and Oct. 16 in Chicago.

In the United Kingdom, Allen will on Sept. 25 release a new single, "LDN," which was previously issued in a limited run of 500 copies.

The artist will play her last show before the U.S. dates tomorrow (Sept. 8) as part of Bestival at the Isle of Wight. Scissor Sisters, Pet Shop Boys, the Fall, Sasha, Carl Cox and Hot Chip are also on the bill. Two support slots for Scissor Sisters are on tap for late November in London.