When she wasn't being nominated for Grammys or flipping off her fans this year, Iggy Azalea spent most of the year touring behind her album The New Classic (which, despite its title, isn't showing up on too many year-end lists).
Love her or hate her, there’s no denying the success that Iggy Azalea had in 2014. With 2015 right around the corner, Iggy will look to carry over that success into the new year by releasing her sophomore album, and embarking on her first ever stadium tour.
DJ Premier and Royce Da 5'9"'s joint endeavor, PRhyme, hit shelves today, and is receiving no lack of positive feedback. If you enjoyed what you heard on the LP, you'll be able to see them perform tracks live as part of their "PRhyme" tour.
JMSN's new self-titled album aka Blue Album is officially out today. Nonetheless it's possible you've already listened to it as we had a full album stream for the project on our site three days ago. It's another strong offering from the r'n'b singer.
Logic is capping off the biggest year of his career with the announcement of his first world tour. Named after his new album Under Pressure, the tour will run between January 27th and April 2nd of 2015, and take him across the country and to parts of Europe.
Drake will be heading to Australia for the very first time, and he'll be bringing special guest 2 Chainz along for the ride. After wrapping up his street fighter themed "Drake Vs. Lil Wayne" tour, he'll take a bit of a break before heading to Australia in February.
Jhene Aiko is going girl power for her new tour "Enter The Void," bringing along fellow soft-voiced female singer SZA as well as Odd Future-affiliated group The Internet, which is helmed by Syd the Kyd.
While not quite as blatantly as his Taylor Gang leader, Ty Dolla $ign is pretty up front about his infatuation with weed. So it's not a surprise that when the L.A. singer's bus was pulled over in Iowa, it reportedly reeked of kush smoke.
It seems like every other day we get a new tour announcement from Tech N9ne. Dude never stops touring, which is one of the main reasons he landed so high on Forbes' Hip-Hop Cash Kings list this year (#16).