Kehlani Announces ‘SweetSexySavage’ World Tour


Kehlani is coming to a city near you. The SweetSexySavage singer has announced her world tour, which kicks off on February 21 in Montreal. Rising acts Ella Mai and Jahkoy will support Kehlani at her stops in the U.S.


The world tour is titled after Kehlani’s debut album, SweetSaxySavage, which is slated to release January 27 via Atlantic Records. The album already boasts three singles “Distraction, “CRZY,” and most recently “Advice.”

Tickets will be available for pre-sale Dec 13 and general sales will begin the next day.

SweetSexySavage World Tour Dates

Feb. 21 – Club Soda – Montréal, Canada

Feb. 22 – Playstation Theater – New York, NY

Feb. 24 – Royale Boston – Boston, MA

Feb. 28 – Academy – Dublin, Ireland

Mar. 1 – O2 ABC – Glasgow, United Kingdom

Mar. 3 – O2 Ritz – Manchester, United Kingdom

Mar. 4 – O2 Institute – Birmingham, United Kingdom

Mar. 5 – Koko – London, United Kingdom

Mar. 10 – Parkteatret – Oslo, Norway

Mar. 11 – Nalen – Stockholm, Sweden

Mar. 12 – Amager Bio – Copenhagen South, DenMar.k

Mar. 14 – Astra – Berlin, Germany

Mar. 15 – Proxima – Warsaw, Poland

Mar. 17 – Grelle Forelle – Vienna, Austria

Mar. 18 – Technikum – Munich, Germany

Mar. 19 – Kaufleuten – Zurich, Switzerland

Mar. 21 – Trianon – Paris, France

Mar. 22 – AB Ballroom – Brussels, Belgium

Mar. 23 – Melkweg – Amsterdam, Netherlands

Mar. 24 – Gibson – Frankfurt Am Main, Germany

Mar. 26 – Essigfabrik – Cologne, Germany

Mar. 27 – Ubel & Gefahrlick – Hamburg, Germany

Apr. 1 – Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA

Apr. 2 – The Fillmore – Washington, DC

Apr. 5 – Cone Denim Entertainment Center – Greensboro, NC

Apr. 6 – The Underground – Charlotte, NC

Apr. 7 – Tabernacle – Atlanta, GA

Apr. 9 – Plaza Live – Orlando, FL

Apr. 11 – The Orpheum – Tampa, FL

Apr. 12 – Culture Room – Miami, FL

Apr. 18 – Marquee Theatre – Phoenix, AZ

Apr. 20 – Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas – Las Vegas, NV

Apr. 24 – The Catalyst – Santa Cruz, CA

Apr. 25 – Ace Of Spade – Sacramento, CA

Apr. 27 – Jub Jub’s – Reno, NV

Apr. 28 – Wow Hall – Eugene, OR

Apr. 29 – Showbox (Sodo) – Seattle, WA

May 01 – Vogue – Vancouver, Canada

May 02 – Crystal Ballroom – Portland, OR

May 04 – The Depot – Salt Lake City, UT

May 06 – Music Hall FKA Mill City Nights – Minneapolis, MN

May 07 – Concord Music Hall – Chicago, IL

May 08 – The Intersection – Grand Rapids, MI

May 10 – St. Andrew’s Hall – Detroit, MI

May 11 – Mercury Ballroom – Louisville, KY

May 12 – Marathon Music Works – Nashville, TN

May 13 – Ready Room – St Louis, MO

May 15 – The Granada – Lawrence, KS

May 16 – The Bourbon Theater – Lincoln, NE

May 17 – Ogden Theatre – Denver, CO

May 20 – Republic – New Orleans, LA

May 21 – The Ballroom at Warehouse Live – Houston, TX

May 23 – The Varsity Theatre – Baton Rouge, LA

May 24 – Emo’s – Austin, TX

May 25 – Alamo City Music Hall – San Antonio, TX

May 31 – The National – Richmond, VA

Jun. 1 – The Norva – Norfolk, VA

Jun. 4 – The Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, Canada

Jun. 17 – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium – San Francisco, CA

Jun. 18 – The Novo – Los Angeles, CA


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Kehlani Shares New Track ‘Already Won’

After gushing over her lover in “Honey,” Kehlani returns with a motivational song called “Already Won.” On the triumphant track, Kehlani gives herself a pat on the back for all the success she’s had over the past few years.

“I already won / I got the keys to my hood / Mama say she good / Doing what I should / I already won / I got the world on my back / City on the map / No time to kick back / I already / Stopped giving a damn about / When they tell me how I won’t make it out / I already won,” she sings.

“Already Won” is a good reminder to measure your success on your own terms and not let others determine it for you.

Stream “Already Won” below.

Keyshia Cole Announces ‘Ride’ as Next Single

Without an official radio impact date, Keyshia Cole teases Kamiayah-assisted track as her new single from 11:11 Reset.

In a series of Instagram posts, the “I Ain’t Thru” songstress shared snippets of the Drumma Boy produced track, captioning “Coming next 🔥🔥.”

The wavy track, sampling Tupac Shakur’s “Hail Mary,” finds the Oakland pair sittin’ on ready and ready to pull up on anyone who gets out of line. “One hundred, nothing fake about me / She better watch what she say about me, ” claps Keysh.

Lyricist Kamiyah is mean with her delivery, too. “I got some bitches outside that’ll ride for me / No lie, two times, they’ll die for me,” spits the rising rapper.

11:11 Reset is available digitally and in stores now.

Crank up “Ride,” and remind haters they don’t want no problems.

Janet Jackson, Keith Sweat, Patti LaBelle and More Nominated For Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame Class of 2018

Some of the biggest names in music have been nominated for the Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame Class of 2018.

Motown Records, Patti LaBelle, Janet Jackson, Mary J. Blige, Nat King Cole, Berry Gordy, Keith Sweat and Stephanie Mills are among the impressive list of nominees.

Ten artists with the most votes will be selected to join the Class of 2018. Winners will be announced in February, Black History Month. The first-ever televised ceremony will take place in June, Black Music Month.

In 2016, inductees included Gladys Knight & The Pips, The Manhattans, Freda Payne, James Brown, Isaac Hayes, Carl Carlton and The Impressions.

See the full list of Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame nominees below.

Apollo Theater, and New Editions
Barry White
Berry Gordy
Billy Paul
Bobby “Blue” Bland
Gamble & Huff
George Clinton
Janet Jackson
Jerry Lee Lewis
Keith Sweat
Mary J. Blige
Motown Records
Nat King Cole
Patti LaBelle
Peabo Bryson
Stephanie Mills
The Dells
The Drifters

(Source: Click On Detroit)