Jhené Aiko is going on tour.
In addition to dropping her latest single, "Happiness Over Everything (H.O.E.)," and its corresponding music video, on Friday (February 28), the songstress announced a North American tour kicking off on May 1 in Boston.
"The Magic Tour" will feature special guest Queen Naija, who will join Jhené on select dates. The tour will follow the release of the "Sativa" singer's upcoming album, Chilombo. As fans know, Jhené is set to release the project on March 6.
Prior to the release of "H.O.E.," she dropped three singles from the album — "Triggered," "None Of Your Concern," and "Pu$$y Fairy (OTW)." As for her latest track, "H.O.E." features Future and Miguel and was produced by The Fisticuffs. Watch the music video for the single below.
And to find out more about Jhené's "The Magic Tour," click HERE.
Jhené Aiko’s THE MAGIC HOUR TOUR with special guest Queen Naija
May-1 / Boston, MA / Orpheum Theatre
May-2 / New York, NY/ Radio City Music Hall
May-3 / Washington, DC / Echostage
May-5 / Norfolk, VA / The NorVa
May-6 / Richmond, VA / The National
May-8 / Los Angeles, CA / Lovers & Friends Music Festival *
May-9 / Los Angeles, CA / Lovers & Friends Music Festival *
May-11 / Nashville, TN / Marathon Music Works
May-13 / Atlanta, GA / Fox Theatre
May-14 / Orlando, FL / Hard Rock Live
May-15 / Gulf Shores, AL / Hangout Festival *
May-17 / Miami, FL / The Fillmore
May-19 / New Orleans, LA / The Orpheum Theater
May-20 / Houston, TX / Revention Music Center
May-22 / Dallas, TX / The Bomb Factory
May-23 / Austin, TX / ACL Live at the Moody Theater
May-24 / San Antonio, TX / Tobin Center
May-26 / Denver, CO / Mission Ballroom
May-29 / Phoenix, AZ / Marquee Theatre
May-30 / Las Vegas, NV / The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan
Jun-1 / Los Angeles, CA / Greek Theatre
Jun-5 / Vancouver, BC / Malkin Bowl
Jun-6 / Seattle, WA / Marymoor Park
Jun-8 / Portland, OR / Roseland Ballroom
Jun-11 / San Francisco, CA / The Warfield
Jun-16 / St Paul, MN / Myth Live
Jun-17 / Chicago, IL / The Chicago Theatre
Jun-18 / Detroit, MI / The Masonic
Jun-20 / Philadelphia, PA / Franklin Music Hall
Jun-21 / Toronto, ON / Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Jun-24 / Raleigh, NC / The Ritz
Jun-25 / Charlotte, NC / The Fillmore
Jun-27 / Saint Kitts / St. Kitts Music Festival *
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