The singer will hit the road in March and April next year and then play his biggest UK shows to date in September.
Stormzy, Dua Lipa, Laura Marling, Lanterns On The Lake and Charli XCX are also included in those in contention.
“I've spoken about it in my music but I wanted to declare in words that I'm so proud to be Black”.
Tickets for the original gigs remain valid for the rearranged performances.
This year's line-up also includes The Strokes, Michael Kiwanuka, Suede and Bon Iver.
Last year, Florence + The Machine, Chvrches and Primal Scream were among the performers at the two-week event.
This year, the highly-feted event will present more than 1000 musicians in over 150 performances across its 3 days.
The event will take place in a variety of north London venues from 6 to 8 March.
This year's award ceremony returns to the O2 Academy Brixton in London on 12 February to celebrate the best of the last 12 months in music.
The recent BRITs Rising Star Award recipient and promising soul singer Celeste has been named the winner of the BBC Music’s Sound Of 2020.
The new footage was shot in Stoke Newington, London on week of the 'Kiwanuka' album release in November.
The hugely popular Suffolk festival returns to Henham Park from 16 to 19 July next year.
The station’s 22 presenters each chose their favourite releases of the year to compile the list.
Already attracting widespread acclaim, Kiwanuka's self-titled third album is out now.
Kiwanuka's new album, titled simply 'KIWANUKA', is set for release on 1 November.