B.o.B recently dropped off the sequel to his highly acclaimed mixtape No Genre, and now he's announced an accompanying tour. Joined by recent "Lambo" collaborator Kevin Gates, the "No Genre" tour kicks off on October 21st in Pensacola, Florida.
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.
2014's already seen two of the biggest duos in the hip-hop/R&B sphere hit the road together, with the "On The Run" and "Drake Vs. Lil Wayne" tours both dominating the summer, and now it seems like another terrible twosome will hit the road this fall.
Big K.R.I.T. is gearing up for Cadillactica, and announced a string of new tour dates today for his "Pay Attention" tour. This takes the same name as Krizzle's recent single "Pay Attention" with Rico Love.
For those who saw "Yeezus" live in action, DJ Mano helped create the experience as Kanye West's official tour DJ. Today we get reports that Mano is no longer Ye's go-to tour DJ, as the two have parted ways.
T-Pain is prepared to heat up the summer with a headlining tour, "Drankin Patna" (named after this song), as announced today. Joining him on the 17-city tour are several up-and-comers, including Snootie Wild, Bando Jones, Rich Kidz and Mykell Vaughn.
Both Lecrae and Andy Mineo were two rappers featured on our recent list of 5 Christian Hip-Hop Artists Infiltrating the Mainstream, and as they continue to do just that, they're linking up for a tour centered around Lecrae's new album Anomaly.
We've got some good/bad news for Earl Sweatshirt fans. The good news is that a follow-up to 2013's Doris is dropping soon; the bad news (for those of you with plans to see Earl in the next two months) is that he won't be completing his current tour.
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.
It's been close to 15 years since D'angelo released his game-changing sophomore album, Voodoo, and while the long overdue follow-up has been hinted at since 2007, it seems it may finally come to fruition this year.
Although Yasiin Bey, formerly known as Mos Def, was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, the rapper-turn-activist has since planted his feet in many different parts of the world, more recently, he's resided in South Africa.
This summer’s long list of concerts just got a little longer. On Wednesday evening, Taylor Gang’s Chevy Woods announced that he and new XXL Freshmen Kevin Gates will be hitting the road together for the “By Any Means” Tour.