Rotimi Drops “Want More” Featuring Kranium, Announces ‘Jeep Music Vol. 1′ Release Date
R&B sensation and actor Rotimi drops his newest single “Want More” featuring Dancehall superstar Kranium and announces that his EP Jeep Music Vol. 1 will be released on Aug. 4 via G-Unit Records/EMPIRE.
"Its never late, Summer days/Still make you wonder/Should've been you and me/But never say never," sings Rotimi
Jeep Music Vol. 1 will feature production from James “Keyz” Foye III plus guest appearances by 50 Cent and T.I. The forthcoming EP talks about the the rollercoaster ride that is love and the title pays homage to the vehicle driven by his ex.
Rotimi will also join August Alsina on his Don't Matter tour. The 24-city tour started last weekend and will be stopping in such major cities such as Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and Atlanta.
For now, you can peep the 28-year-old Nigerian singer on the critically-acclaimed Starz hit drama Power alongside Omari Hardwick and Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and Netflix films Deuces and Burning Sands.
Bump “Want More” and peep the tracklist and tour dates below.
Jeep Music Vol. 1 Tracklist
1. "Want More" featuring Kranium
2. "Only You"
3. "Living Foul"
4. "What We Do"
5. "Right Here"
7. "Kitchen Table"
8. "Nobody" featuring 50 Cent and T.I.
Don’t Matter Tour Dates
July 27 - San Antonio, Texas - Aztec Theater
July 28 - Dallas - House of Blues
July 29 - Houston - House of Blues
July 31 - New Orleans - House of Blues
Aug. 3 - Charlotte - The Fillmore
Aug. 4 - Atlanta - Tabernacle
Aug. 8 - Washington, D.C. - The Fillmore
Aug. 10 - Philadelphia - The Fillmore
Aug. 11 Toronto - N Opera House
Aug. 12 - Boston - House of Blues
Aug. 13 - New York - Irving Plaza
Aug. 17 - Grand Rapids, Mich. - The Intersection
Aug. 18 - Detroit - The Fillmore
Aug. 19 - Indianapolis - Deluxe
Aug. 20 - Chicago - House of Blues
Aug. 22 - Denver - Summit Music Hall
Aug. 24 - Las Vegas - House of Blues
Aug. 25 - San Diego - House of Blues
Aug. 27 - Los Angeles - The Wiltern
Aug. 30 - San Francisco - The Fillmore
Aug. 31 - Sacramento - Ace of Spades
Sept. 2 - Vancouver - Commodore Ballroom
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