Snoop Dogg guested on Dr. Dre's Beats 1 radio show "The Pharmacy" last night (Oct. 10), and as the legendary duo reminisced about their classic collaborations, Dre spoke of a wild concoction that he wants to employ in the future.
The success of Kid Ink's third album, Full Speed, released in February, has earned the L.A. rapper a 28-city headlining European tour. The tour starts in 11 days, on October 13, in Dublin.
Wiz Khalifa is touring all summer long with Fall Out Boy for his "Boys of the Zummer" tour. Once that wraps up, he'll continue his life on the road with another tour overseas, accompanied by Harlemite A$AP Rocky.
After tackling Saturday Night Live this past weekend (and giving SNL their second-highest rating of the season), Nicki Minaj will be taking her upcoming album The Pinkprint to Europe for a set of tour dates overseas, alongside special guest Trey Songz. Undoub
Freddie Gibbs is taking himself overseas for his "Lord Fredrick" tour. This tour announcement comes on the heels of his tour with Tech N9ne's Strange Music this summer, so he's definitely keeping himself occupied these days.
Ghostface Killah is constantly wrapping up a tour and starting another, so it seems. Today the Wu-Tang Clan affiliate announces a European string of tour dates, for which he'll be joined by New York staple Sheek Louch.
Pharrell's G I R L album is a success across the world, with the single "Happy" being pretty much a universal hit (and he recently dropped the album in Japan along with a Japanese version of the music video).
Dom Kennedy and Skeme had quite the successful North American leg of Dom's "Get Home Safely" tour, and now the West Coast rapper is enlisting Krondon to join him on the second leg of his tour in Europe.
The other week Pusha T announced some Canadian tour dates, but he hasn't forgotten about his American and European fans either. Today we receive tour dates for both, which will pick up where the Canadian tour dates left off.