A lot of big artists are going on tour this spring and summer. You have mega-stars like Beyonce, Rihanna, and Drake. You have rising stars Anderson .Paak and Bas. You have established vets like Snoop Dogg, Maxwell, and Cam'Ron. And everybody in between.
Anderson .Paak and his trusty band The Free Nationals are performing at nearly every music festival in America this summer. But wait, there's more: .Paak announced the "Malibu" World Tour early Monday afternoon.
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.
This spring, Cam'Ron will hit the road for a 27-show North American tour presented by The Smokers Club. Joining him will be Smoke DZA, G Herbo, The Underachievers, Nyck Caution, Mobsquad Nard, G-Jet, and Liam Tracy.
Jay Electronica’s Periscope streams have been getting more attention than his music (or lack thereof) lately, but apparently the mysterious rapper is ready to do a few performances around the United States.
Swedish rapper Yung Lean is currently on a US tour in support of his album Warlord, and played a show in Pittsburgh last night. After the show, it appears someone fired shots at Lean’s crew and their tour bus.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis just dropped their new album, This Unruly Mess I've Made, on Friday, and now they've let go of the large tour schedule behind the project. The dates stretch begin in Europe, as the duo travel through Germany, France, and Spain be
The unveiling of Kanye West's new album, The Life of Pablo -- which coincided with a Yeezy Season 3 fashion show -- at Madison Square Garden has been one of the most talked about hip-hop spectacles in recent memory.
The epic spike in Red Lobster sales after the release of "Formation" demonstrated the power of The Beyonce Effect. Indeed, even with police unions threatening to boycott her concerts, Beyonce is more popular than ever.