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Problem announces The Separation West Coast Tour [News]

Compton, California – Diamond Lane Music Group artist Problem will embark on a headlining West Coast tour, beginning November 29th in Sacramento, California. Pre-sale tickets have been on sale since October 30th.

The Live Nation tour comes at an exciting time for Problem, riding high off the success of his recent smash single “Like Whaaat.” The hit rose to the Urban Radio Top 20, and was featured on Complex’s “Best Songs of 2013 (So Far)” list this summer. Problem’s mixtapes include the Welcome to Mollywood series and, most recently, The Separation, hailed by The Fader as “a high-energy, expertly rapped collection.”

“Fans are still discovering The Separation. The tour and upcoming music videos will help spread the word,” explains Problem. Stay tuned for his music video to his new single “Understand Me.”

Check out the video with Problem announcing the tour below and hit the jump for the tour flyer with the dates.

Problem announces The Separation West Coast Tour [News] - HipHopCanada.com

Problem announces The Separation West Coast Tour [News] - HipHopCanada.com

Purchase tickets online here.

Download The Separation mixtape here


Twitter: @ItsaPROBLEM | @DiamondLaneMG

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