After a failed pop-up show following the debacle of an NYC weekend that included the cancellation of Governors Ball and a half-complete Summer Jam, Kanye West has now officially announced his "Saint Pablo" tour.
While executing his masterful VIEWS album rollout, Drake announced that he and his What a Time to Be Alive collaborator Future would be heading out on a joint "Summer Sixteen" tour beginning in July.
Ice T kicked off his first "Art of Rap" tour last year, in tangent to his acclaimed documentary of the same name, "Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap." The OG is now bringing back the tour for a second time, and he's enlisting some legendary names to come
After reports circulating last night that it was highly probable Drake and Future would be teaming up for a "Summer Sixteen" tour, the full list of tour dates have arrived, acting as confirmation.
While down in Austin for SXSW, Young Thug pulled a bizarre -- but likely effective -- marketing stunt, as he held a funeral procession as a means of revealing the release date for Slime Season 3.
OVO duo Majid Jordan, made up of Majid Al Maskati and Jordan Ullman, are about to embark on its first-ever North American tour. The tour will be in support of the duo's self-titled debut album, released earlier this month.
Kid Cudi let down his legion of fans when he cancelled his "Especial" tour days before it was set to kick off in December, citing production issues and personal issues. But it looks like he's going on tour -- forreal this time.
Tech N9ne is never not working. The Strange Music head honcho recently released the second volume in the Stranguelation compilation series, and he has now announced an "Independent Powerhouse" tour for early 2016.
Stalley didn't do too much in 2015, although he did give fans a free mixtape with The Laughing Introvert and announce his own imprint, Blue Collar Gang, but apart from that, we didn't really hear from him.