Kanye West's Saint Pablo tour began as a 29-city endeavor scheduled to wrap up on October 29th in Las Vegas. In a fortuitous turn of events, Kanye has added 21 dates to the tour, which will now end on the last day of 2016.
From humble beginnings in uptown Manhattan, 40 Oz Bounce has now expanded its party-throwing operation across the United States. Today, 40 Oz Van and his team announce the 40 Oz Bounce summer '16 tour. HNHH is sponsoring the tour along with Primitive.
YG Season is rapidly approaching. The LA rapper announced yesterday that he will release his sophomore album Still Krazy in June and debut a new single called "Why You Always Hatin'" on OVO Sound Radio this coming Monday.
August Alsina released his debut album, Testimony, earlier this year, and was also chosen as one of XXL's annual freshmen class. At this point, he's ready to headline his own tour, and is doing just that with the announcement of his "Testimony Live" dates.
Ty Dolla $ign released his Beach House EP at the top of 2014, and he's already two Beach House mixtapes deep, so it's about time that the singer headline his very own Beach House tour.Ty$ has been more visible than ever recently, quickly rising as the west coa
With his debut album, February's King of Memphis, Young Dolph has asserted himself as one of the most reliable forces in the trap game. He seems to always have a hit that's ubiquitous throughout the Southern streets.
T-Pain is ready to make a comeback. The pitch-corrected Rappa Ternt Sanga has an ambitious North American tour planned, which will hopefully be followed (or even preceded?) by his upcoming album, Stoicville: The Phoenix.
UPDATE 1:28 ET: Two American festivals have just announced that Frank Ocean will join their 2017 lineups. The first is Hangout Festival, which will take place in Gulf Shores, Alabama on May 19-21.
Kid Ink is in the middle of his highly successful "My Own Lane" tour, and it appears it won't be ending anytime soon. The rapper has just announced a new leg of the tour, which will take him through Europe through the late summer to early fall.
You hear a lot of people making statements about the king of New York, the king of the west coast, and the king of the South, but so far, KXNG Crooked and Rittz seem to be the only rappers gunning for the southwest throne, and they're happy to share it.