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.
Bizzy Crook is probably a name you're becoming more and more familiar with, as he makes his way across the U.S. alongside Kid Ink and King Los for the "My Own Lane" tour, not to mention recent leaks like "Bands In A Depression" featuring OVO's OB OBrien.
Murs has remained underground for years but continues to make moves in that sphere. Recently we learned the rapper had signed to Tech N9ne's Strange Music label, following which, the West Coast MC revealed he had a joint project coming up with MayDay!
Kid Ink continues his "My Own Lane" tour, and HotNewHipHop is giving you the chance to catch him live in concert!We've got tickets to Ink's show at New York's Irving Plaza on April 20th. If you're in the area, and would like to attend the show, simply follow
Justin Timberlake is still squeezing juice out of his 20/20 Experience come-back albums. Both albums have gone platinum at this point, and after doing a world tour, plus a second leg of it, JT is coming back for more.
Future's highly anticipated debut album Honest is due out on April 22nd. Following the album's release, the rapper will be taking his music on the road to perform all the album cuts live for fans across North America.
Kanye West is in the middle of the second leg of his ambitious Yeezus tour, but he's apparently not ready to wrap it up just yet. Once Yeezy is through with his current string of dates, he'll be heading down under for five more shows.
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
For those unable to make the big trek to SXSW in Austin, Texas this year, Tyler, The Creator has added a slew of tour dates (although none for New Zealand), in the upcoming months, in addition to his upcoming festival at SXSW, The Governors Ball, Sasquatch an
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.
While they have very different approaches, 2 Chainz has been vocal in his appreciation for Tech N9ne. On an episode of MTV's RapFix earlier this month, Tity 2 Necklace praised the rappers skills, saying, "that boy can rap".
Action Bronson kicked off a tour for Blue Chips 2 at the beginning of January, and following some new dates with none other than Eminem (he and Action are managed by the same guy), Action has returned with even more tour dates for a second leg of the "Blue Chi