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(Columbia Records; New York, NY; March 23, 2014) –GRAMMY ®-nominated rapper Juicy J has announced that he will hit the road this summer on ‘The Hustle Continues Tour’, stopping in major markets across the U.S. including Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Atlanta and more. The 25-date tour kicks off May 14 in Houston, TX and wraps up on June 28 in Tampa, FL. See full list of tour dates below.

Citi® Cardmember Presale begins Tuesday, March 24 at 10:00AM local time, followed by Live Nation & Ticketmaster Presales on Wednesday, March 25 at 10:00AM local time. Public On-Sale will be available Friday, March 27 at 10:00AM local time HERE.

Juicy J’s latest mixtape Blue Dream & Lean 2 was released last month in anticipation of his upcoming album THC: The Hustle Continues. The 17-track mixtape features appearances from Future, Wiz Khalifa, K Camp, Project Pat, Elle Varner as well as production from Lil Awree, Key Wane and Sonny Digital & more.  The DJ Scream-hosted mixtape is a follow up to Juicy J’s critically acclaimed 2011 project, Blue Dream & Lean, and his 2013 third solo studio album Stay Trippy, which featured the platinum hit “Bandz a Make Her Dance.”

The video for Juicy J’s “All I Need (One Mo Drank)” featuring K Camp, directed by Juicy J & Riley Robbins, premiered today on VEVO – check it out HERE. The track, produced by Big Fruit, Juicy J, Crazy Mike & Lil Awre, is available on iTunes HERE.

Juicy J has been keeping busy in 2015, starting off with an appearance at the 57th Annual GRAMMY® Awards in celebration of the nomination for his 6x Platinum song with Katy Perry “Dark Horse” in the ‘Best Pop Duo/Group Performance’ category. Additionally, the song has since been recognized with a 2015 Kids’ Choice Awards nomination for ‘Favorite Song of the Year’ and 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards nomination for ‘Best Collaboration.’ Juicy J is also currently featured on two major Top 10 singles, including Usher’s “I Don’t Mind” and Ne-Yo’s “She Knows,” and also released a new track “For Everybody” featuring Wiz Khalifa and R. City – check it out HERE.

May 14             Houston, TX               House of Blues
May 15            New Orleans, LA        House of Blues
May 17             Dallas, TX                   House of Blues
May 19             Las Vegas, NV           House of Blues
May 22             Los Angeles , CA       Hollywood Palladium
May 23            San Francisco, CA     Fillmore
May 26            Seattle, WA                Showbox SoDo
May 27            Vancouver, BC           Commodore Ballroom
May 30            Denver, CO                 Fillmore
June 3              Minneapolis, MN       Skyway Theatre
June 5              Indianapolis, IN         Egyptian Room
June 6              Chicago, IL                 House of Blues
June 7              Detroit, MI                   St Andrews Hall
June 8              Cleveland, OH           House of Blues
June 10            Boston, MA                House of Blues
June 12            Wallingford, CT         The Dome
June 13            Philadelphia, PA       TLA
June 15            New York, NY            Irving Plaza
June 17            Washington DC         Fillmore
June 18            Raleigh, NC               The Ritz
June 19            Charlotte, NC             Fillmore
June 20            Myrtle Beach, SC      House of Blues
June 25            Atlanta, GA                 Tabernacle
June 26            Orlando, FL                 Venue 578
June 27            Miami Beach, FL        Fillmore
June 28            Tampa, FL                   Ritz Ybor