T-Pain Announces Acoustic Tour

Since his debut, T-Pain has built his signature sound using Auto-Tune with hits like “Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin)” and “Can’t Believe It.”

In 2014, he teamed with NPR for its Tiny Desk concert, where he performed an acoustic version of his hits. His performance received overwhelmingly positive reviews, while shutting down those who doubted his vocal ability. Now, the Grammy Award-winning singer is planning to hit the road for an acoustic tour.

The six-city tour will begin on October 4 in San Fransisco, Calif. and will hit a few cities on each coast before wrapping up on October 30 in Washington, D.C. T-Pain will bring rising acts Smino and Felly on the road with him and they will play in intimate venues in each city.

“I wanted to do something different for you guys…performing some of my favorite songs in a way you’ve never seen or heard,” T-Pain wrote on Instagram.

“The love and respect I’ve received from my NPR performance has not only shown a different side of me to fans, but it also has introduced me to a whole different set of fans,” he continued. “All I see on social media is how all my fans want to see this in person, live, with their own eyes.”

T-Pain Acoustic Tour Dates 
October 4 – San Francisco – The Independent **
October 5 – West Hollywood – The Roxy **
October 15 – Chicago – Bottom Lounge *
October 24 – New York – Gramercy Theatre *
October 25 – Cambridge – The Sinclair *
October 30 – Washington, D.C. – U Street Music Hall

* Smino, **Felly

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Keyshia Cole Plans to Repackage ’11:11 Reset’ With Three New Songs

Keyshia Cole has been hush mouth since the release of her 11:11 Reset album last October. Her silence has its good reasons though, according to a recent Instagram post.

The “Better Me” singer has plans to revive her latest album and its era. “I will be announcing a tour soon,” she wrote. She will also rerelease her album with three new songs.

The 11-track project, which released on Oct. 20, 2017, highlights Cole’s personal triumphs and trials post-divorce. The album includes the Remy Ma and French Montana assisted single “You” and soulful ballad “Incapable.”

There is no word on when Cole will re-release the album.

Are you interested in new music from Keysh? Let us know in the comment section. 

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Tory Lanez Shares ‘Memories Don’t Lie’ Track List, Drops Three New Songs

As March 2 draws closer, Tory Lanez shares the official track list and artwork for his sophomore album, Memories Don’t Lie.

On his bright and festive album cover, Lanez is surrounded by colorful balloons and Polaroids images from his childhood, which dangles aimlessly behind him.

The album features 18 songs with guest appearances from 50 Cent, Future, Fabolous, NAV, and Wiz Khalifa.


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Along with his track list and cover artwork, Lanez gifts fans with a three-song EP titled The Bag, to tie over fans. It includes two songs with PARTYNEXTDOOR.

Listen below.

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Miguel’s ‘Sky Walker’ Reaches No. 1 on Urban Radio

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Miguel’s single “Sky Walker” featuring Travis Scott has secured the number one spot on urban radio.

Totaling 4,690 radio spins, the worry-free track floats from No. 2 to No.1 (Feb. 10), after N.E.R.D and Rihanna’s “Lemon” had a decline in radio spins. “Sky Walker,” which has over 106 million streams on Spotify, has spent nearly five months on the urban radio chart since debuting at No. 50 last September.

This is Miguel’s first time in five years of landing a number one single on urban radio as the lead artist. Before War & Leisure’s “Sky Walker,” Miguel commanded the chart with his 2012 hit “Adorn” from Kaleidoscope Dream. Before that, his other number one singles were “Quickie” and “Sure Thing” from his debut album, All I Want Is You.

Miguel will take the stage at the 2018 Broccoli City Festival along with Daniel Caesar and H.E.R.

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