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Pete Rock & CL Smooth have ended a 15-year absence from the road with the announcement of a 25-city tour spanning the U.S. and Canada.

The tour, which kicks off October 15 at the Howard Theater in Washington D.C., will be supported with Camp Lo as the opening act and surprise special guests for the NYC and LA stops.

After a very contentious public split in the mid 90s, the duo explained their main motivation to reunite was their fans and music legacy.

“People will finally get to hear good music and see a good show, they get to come out, have a good time and enjoy the music they loved for years,” said Pete Rock.

“It means a lot because music is the foundation of the world,” CL Smooth added. “It gives you an opportunity to know what we contributed and how inspired we were as very young men to get the opportunity to make good music.”

The tour is sponsored by Fusicology.com and tickets can be purchased HERE.

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XXL 2013 Freshman Class selection Dizzy Wright has dropped a video for the smoked-out single “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop,” off his latest mixtape The Golden Age. The track is produced by Will Power with barbershop visuals courtesy of George J. ( Geeezy Productions). The Golden Age mixtape is set for release on August 19. You can catch Wright on these selected tour dates after the jump.

 

Tour Dates:

 

To Buy Tickets: http://myfunkvolume.com/artist/dizzy-wright/

 

Sep 7 – San Diego, CA w/ Hopsin

Sep 8 – Los Angeles, CA @ Rock The Bells

Sep 10 – Santa Ana, CA w/ Futuristic

Sep 12 – Santa Cruz, CA w/ Futuristic

Sep 14 – Sacramento, CA w/ Futuristic

Sep 15 – San Francisco, CA @ Rock The Bells

Sep 17 – Portland, OR w/ Futuristic

Sep 18 – Seattle, WA w/ Futuristic

Sep 19 – Spokane, WA w/ Futuristic

Sep 20 – Caldwell, ID w/ Futuristic

Sep 22 – Salt Lake City, UT w/ Futuristic

Sep 23 – Colorado Springs, CO w/ Futuristic

Sep 24 – Fort Collins, CO w/ Futuristic

Sep 25 – Denver, CO w/ Futuristic

Sep 26 – Lincoln, NE w/ Futuristic

Sep 27 – Minneapolis, MN w/ Futuristic

Sep 29 – Washington, DC @ Rock The Bells

Sep 30 – Madison, WI w/ Marcus Moody

Oct 1 – Iowa City, IA w/ Marcus Moody

Oct 2 – Chicago, IL w/ Marcus Moody

Oct 3 – Detroit, MI w/ Marcus Moody

Oct 4 – Cleveland, OH w/ Marcus Moody

Oct 5 – East Rutherford, NJ @ Rock The Bells

Oct 8 – Boston, MA w/ Marcus Moody

Oct 9 – Providence, RI w/ Marcus Moody

Oct 10 – West Chester, PA w/ Marcus Moody

Oct 11 – Baltimore, MD w/ Marcus Moody

Oct 13 – Springfield, VA w/ Marcus Moody

Oct 14 – Richmond, VA w/ Marcus Moody

Oct 15 – Greensboro, NC w/ Marcus Moody

Oct 16 – Wilmington, NC w/ Marcus Moody

Oct 18 – Jacksonville, FL w/ Marcus Moody

Oct 19 – Orlando, FL

Oct 20 – Tampa, FL

Oct 22 – New Orleans, LA

Oct 23 – Houston, TX

Oct 24 – Dallas, TX

Oct 25 – San Antonio, TX

Oct 26 – Austin, TX

Oct 28 – El Paso, TX

Oct 29 – Albuquerque, NM

Oct 30 – Tucson, AZ w/ Futuristic

Oct 21 – Tempe, AZ w/ Futuristic

Nov 1 – Las Vegas, NV w/ Marcus Moody

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With their album Evolution still set for June 25, Slum Village has dropped a non-LP cut for your enjoyment. Check the below remaining dates on SV’s worldwide tour to see if they’re hitting your city.

TOUR DATES

June 14 Chicago, IL Reggies

July 24 Orlando, FL Backbooth

July 25 Tampa, FL The Orpheum

July 26 Miami, FL The Stage

The Hieroglyphics are promoting their upcoming Hiero Imperium Summer Tour with a special mixtape featuring new and classic material. Mixed by DJ  Icewater, the tape is being offered for free. However, fans can pay $5 to receive a Hiero sticker pack, $10 adds a keychain and $20 completes the package with an official t-shirt.

The mixtape can be pruchased HERE and streamed below along with a list of all scheduled tour dates.

Hiero Summer Tour 2012 Dates:

7/19 – House Of Blues (San Diego, CA): http://tinyurl.com/7emgntv 7/20 – Fulton 55 (Fresno, CA): http://tinyurl.com/8xfx4zy

7/21 – Harlows (Sacramento, CA): http://tinyurl.com/7rqehul

8/2 – The Alley (Reno, NV): http://tinyurl.com/88npjut

8/3 – El Rey (Chico, CA): http://tinyurl.com/7tqaafd

8/4 – Art And Soul Festival (Oakland, CA): http://www.artandsouloakland.com/

8/7 – Humbrews (Arcata, CA): http://tinyurl.com/74a7j4r

8/8 – WOW Hall (Eugene, OR): http://tinyurl.com/7a7kvzh

8/9 – Wild Buffalo (Bellingham, WA): http://tinyurl.com/7puapkp 8/10 – A Club (Spokane, WA): http://tinyurl.com/6uhw3xm

8/11 – Top Hat (Missoula, MT): http://www.eventbrite.com/event/3656713328/eorg

8/12 – The Reef (Boise, ID): http://www.eventbrite.com/event/3657064378/eorg

8/15 – Park City Live (Park City, UT): http://www.eventbrite.com/event/3741254192/eorg

8/16 – Cervantes (Denver, CO): http://www.eventbrite.com/event/3751410570/eorg

8/17 – Find Your Way Festival (State Bridge, CO): http://statebridge.com/

8/18 – Country Saloon (Las Vegas, NV): http://www.eventbrite.com/event/3714680710/eorg

 

Of all the music events I attended in 2011, none shined brighter than Sade’s tour. Thankfully, those that missed the magic or want to relive it can check this forthcoming project from renowed British director Sophia Muller that captures Sade’s full 22-song set.

Included with the concert will be a 20 minute documentary of behind the scenes footage. Sade: Bring Me Home – Live 2011 hits stores on May 22.

Fellow ATLiens looking for some action tonight should head over to the Loft (1374 West Peachtree St.) for Dom Kennedy’s first tour of 2012. The West Coast emcee is no stranger to Atlanta and will be showcasing selections from his upcoming project The Yellow Album, which features Rick Ross and production from THC (Kendrick Lamar). Opening tonight’s show will be DJ Green Lantern protegé Emilio Rojas, Siya, Rich Hil, Poly and Naj Murph. Start time is 8PM. The remaining tour dates and tickets for the “This Is Dom Kennedy” tour can be found HERE. Tickets can also be purchased for tonight’s show at ticketalternative.com.

If you come out this evening and see me, don’t be a stranger.

SWV has released a their first video in support of their comeback album I Missed Us (April 17). The trio will be hitting the road this month through August in support of the project. Their full tour internary can be veiwed below.

TOUR DATES:

3/ 24 – 3/ 27 – Tom Joyner Cruise    

3/29 – St. Louis, MO w/ New Edition
(Radio One 95.5 B-day Bash) Scottrade Center

4/ 7- Hampton, Va 
Hampton Convocation Center

5/ 5 – Miami, FL – Funk Fest

5/ 18- Atlanta, Ga W/New Edition – Funk Fest
Wolf Creek Amphitheater

 (FRESH MUSIC FESTIVAL TOUR W/ KC & JOJO, KEITH SWEAT)

5/ 25 – Lafayette, LA 
Cajun Dome

5/ 26 – Houston, TX  
Reliant Arena

5/ 27- Greensboro, NC 
Greensboro Coliseum

TBA – Philadelphia, PA
Liacourous, Center

6/ 8- Bridgeport, CT
Webster Bank Arena

6/ 16- Charleston, SC 
N. Charleston Coliseum
             
6/ 29-Augusta, Ga 
James Brown Arena

6/ 30- Raleigh, NC 
RBC Center

(*** not part of the fresh music festival tour)

7/ 6 –  New Orleans, LA
Essence Music Festival performance***

7/ 13- Jacksonville, FL 
Veterans Memorial Arena ***

7/ 14- Mobile, AL
Mobile Civic Center ***

7/ 21 – Baltimore, MD
1st Marina Arena ***

7/ 28- Richmond, VA
Richmond Coliseum

8/ 4 – Macon, GA  
Macon Complex

“Type of love to make a b-boy grow up…”

 

Murs and Tabi Bonney’s “Hip Hop & Love” is a mid-tempo groove in honor of their upcoming tour of the same name. The personification of Hip-Hop culture as a female is nothing new to the genre. However, most of us have had an ongoing love affair with the culture since we were first exposed to it, making these retreads almost always enjoyable. After the download, check out the video detailing the tour’s full lineup.

MURS X TABI BONNEY “HIP HOP & LOVE”

DOWNLOAD LINK

After 10 long years, Sade returned to the stage on Friday night (April 29) in Nice. This kicks off a five month international tour spanning the United States and Europe. Check this LINK to see when Sade will be hitting your area. You can also order her May 3 Ultimate Collection HERE.

Diddy took a moment out from his tour (“Coming Home Tour”) with Dirty Money to sit down for an interview with Karmaloop’s lifestyle marketing director Dennis Todisco. The Bad Boy founder reflected on the Dirty Money album, why he felt his fashion sense temporarily “fell off,” new artists emerging in the urban scene, and the importance of a major label deal in today’s market.