Pro Era's own CJ Fly is all set to join Little Simz for select tour dates on her upcoming Welcome to Wonderland tour.

The FLYTRAP artist will make his first appearance on the tour during Simz's stop in Philadelphia on Feb. 27. Appearing in concert alongside the British MC should give CJ a bit more momentum in his blooming rap career, but it seems like he's giving himself enough of that as it is. The Joey Bada$$ affiliate is just two months removed from dropping his debut album, but is reportedly already back in the studio working on a follow-up for the project. Kudos to the kid.

Little Simz is continuing to build a ton of momentum for her newest project, Stillness in Wonderland, which was released back in December. In a recent interview, Simz explained the inspiration behind her latest album--specifically the title.

“I struggled with finding the inspiration for the album for a while and was frustrated with not releasing as much music as I was used to,” she said of putting her newest LP. “But the more I traveled, learned more about the world and myself, the beauty, distractions and trappings of the world of entertainment, the more I found parallels to the tale of Alice In Wonderland and then everything fell into place concept wise for me.”

You can see Simz continue her creative journey when she begins her Welcome to Wonderland tour in Boston on Feb. 23. Check out the locations for the 14-date tour below.

Little Simz's Welcome to Wonderland Tour Dates

Feb. 23 – Boston, MA - Boch Center Wang Theatre
Feb. 25 – New York, NY - Radio City Hall
Feb. 27 – Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer *
Feb. 28 – Washington DC - Songbyrd *
March 2 – Miami, FL - Bardot *
March 5 – Houston, TX - House of Blues
March 6 – Dallas, TX - House of Blues
March 7 – Chicago, IL - Reggie’s *
March 9 – Toronto, ON - Velvet Underground
March 10 – Montreal - Newspeak
March 11 – New York, NY – Webster Hall *
March 20 – Los Angeles, CA – Echoplex *
March 21 – Oakland, CA - New Parish *
March 22 – Seattle, WA – Vera Project

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