GRAMMY-nominated Artist/Executive/Entrepreneur Pusha T speaks at a panel discussion during The Recording Academy Washington DC Chapter's Intersection of Music & Sports event at the Kennedy Center on March 02, 2020 in Washington, DC.

Pusha T Shares Second Phase of It's Almost Dry Tour Dates

Pusha T Shares Second Phase of It's Almost Dry Tour Dates

Published Wed, June 22, 2022 at 1:00 PM EDT

Pusha T has shared dates for the second phase of his It's Almost Dry tour. The dates begin in early September in Philadelphia, hitting cities including Baltimore, Kansas City, and Las Vegas before wrapping at the end of October in Wallingford, CT.

Pusha posted the dates on Instagram, quoting lyrics from the track "Just Who So You Remember" in the caption.

It's Almost Dry debuted at the top spot on the Billboard 200, becoming Pusha's first album to hit No. 1 when it was released back in April. While Pusha unsurprisingly declared his project (produced mostly by Kanye West and Pharrell) was the "album of the year," he got a co-sign from legendary quarterback, Tom Brady, yesterday. Brady posted a video promoting his BRADY Run apparel with Pusha's “Dreamin of the Past” featuring Ye playing in the background, and later declared it was indeed the "album of the year" after Pusha enthusiastically noted the subtle shout-out.

Aside from getting respect from the NFL legend, the rapper reconnected with his brother No Malice over the weekend during Pharrell's Something In the Water Festival. Tickets for Phase 2 of Pusha's tour go on sale Friday.

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