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Hip Hop sensation Lil Dicky has followed up his multi-chart-topping #1 album debut with the announcement of “The Looking For Love Tour” with support from fellow West Coast emcee IAMSU!. The North American jaunt will begin on October 3rd in Pozo, CA and make its way through Los Angeles, CA and New York, NY before coming to an end on October 31st in Atlanta, GA. Tickets are on sale now and available via Please see below for a complete list of tour dates. 

Lil Dicky topped multiple charts with his debut album ‘Professional Rapper,’ surpassing fellow emcees such as Future, Migos, Drake, and others in weekly album sales. ‘Professional Rapper’entered the charts as the #1 Rap Album#1 Independent Album#1 Digital Album#1 Comedy Album#2 R&B / Hip Hop Album, and #3 Top Current Album. The album also peaked at #1 on iTunes (overall) and Google Play and landed Dicky his first spot on The Billboard 200 chart at #7.

Lil Dicky recently premiered his video for the album’s title track, featuring legendary Snoop Dogg, which garnered over one-million views in just two days – making it Dicky’s thirteenth music video with over a million views each. Dicky’s current radio single “$ave Dat Money” featuring Fetty Wap and Rich Homie Quan has set its course for the charts, after spiking at #4 on Spotify’s Global Top Viral Hits chart and becoming the top Shazam.

‘Professional Rapper’ features the aforementioned tracks, as well as previously released cuts “Lemme Freak,” “White Crime,” and “Classic Male Pregame,” and 11 additional tracks with featured guests including Fetty Wap, Snoop Dogg, T-Pain, Rich Homie Quan, Brendon Urie from Panic at the Disco, Hannibal Buress, Jace from Two-9, and Brain. ‘Professional Rapper’ is available now oniTunes.

With video views totalling over 40 million, a track that became the #1 most viral song IN THE WORLD on Spotify (“Lemme Freak”), a follow-up track that became the #4 most viral song in the world on Spotify (“$ave Dat Money” featuring Fetty Wap & Rich Homie Quan), multiple sold-out gigs and confirmed festival plays – all of which has been done independently – Philly-born Hip Hop sensation Lil Dicky’s road to his debut LP release is one that most new artists dream of walking. With jet-propulsion momentum behind him, including praise from the likes of The New York TimesBETHipHopDX,MTVBillboard, and many others, you can watch Dicky explain his road to #1 as part of a recent interview with Ambrosia For Heads.

After dropping his mixtape, ‘So Hard,’ in 2013 and cultivating a rabid fan base with his blend of Hip Hop and Comedy, Lil Dicky has dedicated his last two-years to tediously honing his craft as a lyricist, and is ready to be taken seriously as an emcee. “I really ended up falling in love with rap in the process and I don’t see myself going away from this anytime soon,” Dicky said in a recent interview with HipHopDX. “The mixtape to me felt like a comedian who is really good at rapping, whereas I think my debut album feels like a good rapper who’s funny. It’s subtle but there’s a difference.” ‘Professional Rapper’showcases Dicky – whose influences include Jay Z and Drake – as an evolved and confident lyricist with skills that have caught the attention of some heavy-hitters in the rap game.

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Lil Dicky Presents The Looking For Love Tour” Dates: 

Oct 03; Pozo Saloon; Pozo, CA

Oct 04; The Independent; San Francisco, CA

Oct 05; The Fonda Theater; Hollywood, CA

Oct 07; Observatory North Park; San Diego, CA

Oct 08; Observatory; Santa Ana, CA

Oct 09; The Rock; Tucson, AZ

Oct 11; Club Red; Mesa, AZ

Oct 12; Launchpad; Albuquerque, NM

Oct 14; The Complex; Salt Lake City, UT

Oct 15; The Fox Theater; Boulder, CO

Oct 17; ZPC Festival; Minneapolis, MN

Oct 18; Concord Music Hall; Chicago, IL

Oct 19; Park Street Saloon; Columbus, OH

Oct 20; Brick Street; Oxford, OH

Oct 22; Hoxton; Toronto, Canada

Oct 23; Alter Bar; Pittsburgh, PA

Oct 25; Underground Arts; Philadelphia, PA

Oct 26; U Street Music Hall; Washington, DC

Oct 27; Gramercy Theater; New York, NY

Oct 29; Orange Peel; Asheville, NC

Oct 31; The Loft; Atlanta, GA