Back in September, Noname released her long-awaited debut album, Room 25. The self-funded, 11-track project, that we once described as the soundtrack to both her and your dreams, featured Ravyn Lenae, Smino, Saba and others. Now, the rapper has revealed extra dates for the LP's supporting tour of the same name.
The 39-stop, 10-week trek—which already features sold-out dates—begins January in Detroit, MI and closes out in March in San Diego, CA. (Previously, the excursion only included 19 stops.)
Before the 2019 tour kicks off however, the Chicago rapper has promised "something super special just" for her hometown fans. According to her Twitter announcement, the three-day 'Finally Home' show will go down December 29-31 and feature special guests at the city's Thalia Hall. (Last year, she held the residency at Lincoln Hall.)
Chicago don't trip, I got something super special just for yall pic.twitter.com/xg4FKJyE1b— Noname (@noname) November 29, 2018
Last month, Noname replaced the cover art of the Room 25 album in light of domestic abuse charges against its artist Bryant Giles, saying she "will always stand up for victims and believe their stories."
In light of recent allegations, I will be working to replace the cover artwork of Room 25. I do not and will not support abusers, and I will always stand up for victims and believe their stories. My heart goes out to Ellie, her family, and all survivors of abuse.— Noname (@noname) October 15, 2018