Fresh off dropping his debut album The Sun's Tirade, TDE's Isaiah Rashad is going on tour. The Chattanooga, Tenn. transplant announced today (Oct. 24) via Twitter that he's hitting the road for a North American stretch starting in January 2017.

"Hey guys.. it's a tour," wrote Zay with a pic of the tour dates. The 22-city trek, dubbed the "Lil Sunny Tour," will feature two stops in Rashad's home state of Tennessee as well as four stops in the sunshine state, Florida.

When the TDE soldier checked in with XXL before the release of his debut last month, the 25-year-old discussed getting over addiction and using music as his therapy.

"[I was] having a hard time being a rapper for real and taking the responsibilities of being an artist, taking the responsibilities of being a dad, all that," explained Isaiah. "It’s just balancing that and realizing how I set myself up. Sometimes, I used to move too fast. I wouldn’t follow my gut and stuff. So, at a certain point, you’re left with all the results of that... I’m not the only one out of my friends who went through something. I’m just the only one who puts it out vocally. I think it’s a refreshing thing for all of us and it’ll help us move on to the next chapter."

Aside from coming of age musically, Isaiah has been working with fellow former XXL Freshman GoldLink. The two dropped the new banger "Untitled" just last week. While there's no word yet on who Isaiah will have joining him on tour, these two would definitely make their mutual fanbases happy by hitting the road together.

Peep Rashad's 2017 tour dates below.

Jan. 18. — Lawrence, Kan.
Jan. 19 — Minneapolis, Minn.
Jan. 20 — Chicago, Ill.
Jan. 22 — Detroit, Mich.
Jan. 24 — Buffalo, New York
Jan. 26 — Toronto, Ontario
Jan. 27. — Montreal, Quebec
Jan. 28 — South Burlington, Vt.
Jan. 29 — Providence, R.I.
Jan. 30 — Boston, Mass.
Feb. 1 — New York, New York
Feb. 2 — Washington, D.C.
Feb. 4 — Philadelphia, Penn.
Feb. 8 — Jacksonville, Flor.
Feb. 9 — Tampa, Flor.
Feb. 10 — Miami, Flor.
Feb. 11 — Tallahassee, Flor.
Feb. 12 — Atlanta, Geor.
Feb. 14 — Nashville, Tenn.
Feb. 16 — Chattanooga, Tenn.
Feb. 17 — Birmingham, Ala.
Feb. 18 — Oxford, Miss.

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