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Upcoming Tour Dates:
7/10 - Oklahoma City, OK @ The Criterion
7/12 - Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
7/13 - Dallas, TX @ South Side Ballroom
7/16 - Phoenix, AZ @ Comerica Theatre
7/18 - San Diego, CA @ Calcoast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
7/19 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Shrine
7/20 - San Francisco, CA @ Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
7/23 - Portland, OR @ Veterans Memorial Coliseum
7/25 - Seattle, WA @ Wamu Theater
7/27 - Denver, CO @ Fillmore Auditorium
7/30 - Minneapolis, MN @ Myth Live
8/2 - Chicago, IL @ Lollapalooza
8/4 - Detroit, MI @ Michigan Lottery Ampitheatre
8/6 - Washington DC @ The Anthem
8/8 - New York, NY @ Pier 17
8/10 - Boston, MA @ Tsongas Center
8/11 - Baltimore, MD @ Moonrise Festival
8/14 - Raleigh, NC @ Red Hat Ampitheater
8/15 - Charlotte, NC @ Charlotte Metro Credit Union Ampitheatre
8/16 - Atlanta, GA @ Coco-Cola Roxy
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Tuesday, 21 announced his tour of the same name featuring support from DaBaby. The month-long trek opens July 10 in Oklahoma City and comes to a close in 21's hometown of Atlanta Aug. 16. Tickets will be available to the general public starting May 10 at 10 a.m. local time.
i am > i was dropped back in December and notably features the J. Cole collab "a lot," a track which received renewed attention following 21's arrest at the hands of the should-be-abolished ICE. Speaking on the arrest in a Billboard cover story in April, 21 also revealed that he's currently sitting on approximately two albums' worth of unreleased music.
While 21 and his team made clear in the interview that the current plan is to keep releasing singles from i am > i was, fans can eventually expect his ICE battle to be represented in the lyrics. "He's not really a big talker; he lets his music speak for itself," co-manager Justin "Meezy" Williams explained. "As his manager, I would love for him to speak [in his lyrics] about being detained. I think eventually it will be in the music, because he's becoming such a big voice."
The most recent i am > i was joint to get a video was "ball w/o you," with the Adam Rodness and Popp Rok-produced visual arriving last month. 21 also came through for Schoolboy Q's CrasH Talk cut "Floating."