Sol is one of the only rappers who can go away on a trip around the world for a year and come back to a much bigger buzz. Granted, he only tossed out a couple records during that time period. That’s a sign. Sol is going to be a huge force in 2014. But as he slips under the media radar and creates his own fan base, he’s gearing up to release his Eyes Open EP and go on a West Coast tour in the fall. The video above brings out some of his thoughts and plenty of clips as… continue reading
The unstoppable force of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis are going to own the fall with their U.S. tour. From October 22 to December 12, they’ll be on tour going damn near everywhere. To finish, their homecoming in Seattle will be held at the Key Arena. That’s star power. Adding to the excitement, their video, shot in Germany, announces Talib Kweli and Big K.R.I.T as special guests. Peep the dates below and pre-sale starts tomorrow.Â The Heist is available now. Previously:Â Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Cover RESPECT Magazine Follow @SermonsDomain
The question is asked, and it’s almost certain that the majority say yes. Drake enlists Miguel and Future for his two month Would You Like A Tour? tour in the fall. The line-up (hell, just Drake alone) is going to be bring out sold out arena crowds across the country. This also indicates that Nothing Was The Same has to be out before then, further hinting to the August 27 date. Tickets are on sale starting June 21 through Livenation and Ticketmaster. Previously:Â Drake Ft. James Fauntleroy â€“ Girls Love Beyonce Follow @SermonsDomain
April 25 marks the release date for Becoming King. We’ve been waiting for many moons to hear what the Bad Boy rapper concocted on it. To further promote the mixtape, he’ll be hitting the road in the first leg of his tour starting this upcoming Tuesday lasting until mid June. More dates will be added in the near future. Previously: Video: Los â€“ Becoming King Follow @SermonsDomain
2050 has long been a mention within songs by Wiz and Juicy J, so much so that they decided to name their tour of the distant future year. Beginning next month, Wiz and his Taylor Gang will be hitting the road until December, stopping in all regions of the United States and our neighbors to the north. O.N.I.F.C. is also out on September 18 coming soon. Previously: Wiz Khalifa â€“ Adorn (Remix)
The Seattle duo just put out Tomorrow People on August 25. To keep up with the promo, they’ve announced a small tour that takes ‘em through L.A, Vancouver and back up to various locations in Washington starting end of September and going to mid-October. Joining them on some dates will be Grynch and The Bar. After the jump, see some of theirÂ merchandiseÂ through their look book.