Following the success of his recent album, Fever, Black Milk is about to hit the road with his backing band Nat Turner.

The Mass Appeal Records signee will be kicking off the U.S. leg of his Fever Tour tour June 13 in San Diego after finishing his European tour dates.

The Detroit artist will visit cities such as Los Angeles, Fresno, Calif.; Denver, Seattle, Phoenix, Chicago, Austin, Texas and more before closing it out with two homecoming shows in Detroit on Aug. 4 and 5.

Accompanying the tour, Milk also created a Fever Tour playlist on Spotify, featuring songs from Black Milk's recent Fever album alongside old and new favorites from Kali Uchis, Parliament, SiR, Steve Lacy, Mick Jenkins, Danny Brown, J.I.D., KAYTRANADA, Khruangbin and more.

Nat Turner features the noisy rhythm section of Malik Hunter on bass and Daru Jones (Jack White) on drums, and with solos from Aaron “Ab” Abernathy on keys, Milk’s concerts are redefining the parameters of hip-hop by fusing funk, electronic, soul, rock and rap into an electrifying and inimitable blend.

Fever, which was released back in February, serves as Milk’s seventh solo album and his first since 2014’s If There’s a Hell Below. Milk released his Fever studio LP features Dwele, Aaron “Ab” Abernathy and Sudie, among others. The album finds Milk delivering lyrics on the world’s problems with empathy, clarity and wit.

Check out the official dates for Black Milk’s Fever Tour below.

Black Milk's Fever Tour Dates

June 13: San Diego, Calif.
June 14: Los Angeles, Calif.
June 15: San Francisco, Calif.
June 16: Fresno, Calif.
June 18: Salt Lake City, Utah
June 19: Boise, Idaho
June 20: Portland, Ore.
June 21:  Seattle, Wash.
June 23: Missoula, Mont.
June 26: Denver, Colo.
June 27: Albuquerque, N.M.
June 28: El Paso, Texas
June 29: Phoenix, Ariz.
June 30: Las Vegas, Nevada
July 11: Cambridge, Mass.
July 13: Brooklyn, N.Y.
July 16: Cleveland Heights, Ohio
July 17: Chicago, Ill.
July 18: Indianapolis, Ind.
July 21: Milwaukee, Wisc.
July 22: Minneapolis. Minn.
July 24: Kansas City, Mo.
July 26: Austin, Texas
July 28: Atlanta, Ga.
July 30: Asheville, N.C.
July 31: Nashville, Tenn.
Aug. 1: Raleigh, N.C.
Aug. 2: Washington, D.C.
Aug. 4: Detroit, Mich.
Aug. 5: Detroit, Mich.

Jake Deven

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