On Monday (Nov. 14), Juicy J announced his upcoming Rubba Band Business tour, which looks to support his upcoming album of the same name. You can peep the promotional poster for yourself up top with tour dates included below. Toronto artist Belly will join Juicy for the tour.

If you're looking for an incredibly turnt show to go to, the Rubba Band Business tour is probably for you. Belly is coming off the recent release of his banger-filled latest project, InZombia, which features appearances by Young Thug, Future, Jadakiss and Ty Dolla $ign. Juicy J is surfing a wave of momentum two months after the release of his Must Be Nice mixtape, so going on tour with Belly makes plenty of sense. A few days ago, he continued his epic run by appearing on Robin Thicke's party anthem of a single, "One Shot." You can check out the track for yourself here.

Earlier this year, Juicy announced he'd be dropping his official Rubba Band Business album for fall 2016. He recently released his collab with Kanye West called "Ballin" months after dropping a single with Travis Scott called "No English."

The Rubba Band Business tour should continue pushing Belly right along in his ascent to rap stardom. The Canadian rapper is a dynamic musical talent who already had writing credits on The Weeknd's Beauty Behind the Madness before he signed to Roc Nation in late 2015. In an interview, Belly told DJ Whoo Kid that it was Jay Z's interest in his holistic development that made him comfortable signing with the record label.

“He never brought up the business one time in the first conversation we ever had," Belly said back in July. "He was never like, ‘Yo here’s what I can do for you, here are the budgets.’ None of that. We had a life conversation. When I left, I was like, ‘That’s somebody who’s more concerned with me as a brand than just a moment or just a single. That’s what really made me feel comfortable going [with Roc Nation].”

Jan. 26 - Phoeniz, Ariz. - Celebrity Theatre
Jan. 27 - Las Vegas, Nev. - Brooklyn Bowl
Jan. 29 - Boise, Idaho - Revolution Event Center
Jan. 30 - Seattle, Wash. - Neptune Theatre
Feb. 1 - Sacramento, Calif. - Ace of Spades
Feb. 2 - San Francisco, Calif. - The Regency Ballroom
Feb. 3 - Riverside, Calif. - Riverside Municipal Auditorium
Feb. 4 - Hollywood, Calif. - Hollywood Palladium
Feb. 8 - San Diego, Calif. - House of Blues
Feb. 10 - Denver, Colo. - Fillmore Auditoriun
Feb. 12 - Austin, Texas - Emo's
Feb. 13 - San Antonio, Texas - The Aztec Theater
Feb. 14. - Dallas, Texas - House of Blues
Feb. 15. Wichita, Kan. - Cotillion Bathroom
Feb. 17 - Houston, Texas - House of Blues
Feb. 18 - Tulsa, Okla. - Cain's Ballroom
Feb. 20 - Memphis, Tenn. - Minglewood Hall
Feb. 21. - Nashville, Tenn. - Marathon Music Works
Feb. 23 - Atlanta, Geor. - The Tabernacle
Feb. 24 - North Myrtle Beach, S.C - House of Blues
Feb. 25 - Charlotte, N.C. - The Fillmore Charlotte
Feb. 26 - Raleigh, N.C. - The Ritz
March 1 - Philadelphia, Penn. - The Fillmore
March 2 - New York, N.Y. - Irving Plaza
March 3 - Silver Spring, Md. - The Fillmore
March 4 - Montclair, N.J. - The Wellmont Theater
March 6 - Boston, Mass. - House of Blues
March 7 - Pittsburgh, Penn. - Stage AE
March 9 - Cleveland, Ohio - House of Blues
March 10 - Detroit, Mich. - Fillmore Detroit
March 11 - Grand Rapids, Mich. - 20 Monroe Live
March 12 - Indianapolis, Ind. - Egyption Room at Old National Centre
March 15 - Kansas City, Miss. - Uptown Theatre
March 16 - st. Paul, Minn. - Myth
March 17 - Chicago, Ill. - House of Blues
March 18 - Milwaukee, Wisc. - Rave

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