Nicki Minaj isn’t quite done with the Roman Reloaded era it seems. While she closed off her Pink Friday tour with her free concert at
CyHi Da Prynce has been dropping off new stuff, along with Kid Cudi, Pusha T, Big Sean, and really the entire camp of G.O.O.D Music.
Mac Miller is taking YG and Travis Porter on the road started Sept. 13th in Louisville, KY and ending Oct. 16th in Austin, TX. Just a week ago he, along with Wiz and others took to the road to start their Under The Influence Of Music tour, but it seems like Mac really enjoys being on the road and the roaring fans along with it. Check out the tour dates for Macadelic here. (more...)
Nicki Minaj brings her Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded Tour down to Miami for it's latest stop, and the crowd certainly got a treat when not only DJ Khaled, but Lil Wayne took the stage to perform their joint single "Take It To The Head" sans Breezy and Rozay. However, the party wouldn't stop from there - Lil Wayne would transition into one of his latest features in the form of French Montana's "Pop That." Which set the crowd off. (more...)
From watching this video it was easy for me to see that no matter what city K.R.I.T. visited, when he hits that stage, s%&*# is going down. The Live From The Underground tour has about a little less than a month left and seems like a bummer that Krizzle didn't have NY and other states on the map for his tour. Check out the video for humbling and electric scenes off his tour. (more...)
These fall tours are going to be off the chain huh? Fresh off releasing his single, "Birthday Song" featuring Kanye West, 2 Chainz announces his Based On A T.R.U. Story tour to support the album of the same name. We've got a couple of dates after the jump, I wouldn't be mad if he added a couple more cities to the stretch. Maybe something in the northeast. (more...)
With A$AP Rocky's debut album dropping this fall, it looks like he's going on his own campaign tour to promote the album in the form of the LongLiveA$AP Tour. The tour sees him hitting the stage with of course the ASAP Mob, as well as fellow hip hop up-and-comers ScHoolboy Q and Danny Brown. The tour seems to be hitting all the major cities (well, except New York City -_-) - so make sure you grab some tickets whenever they go on sale. (more...)