ScHoolboy Q is heading out on the road in support of his latest album, Blank Face LP. The Top Dawg Entertainment artist announced the tour where he will kick off the whole thing this August in Indianapolis, Ind. and will take him across the world through North America and Europe through the end of 2016.
It’s been an interesting time for the rapper who has simultaneously encountered some great highs with the release of his album and some personal lows. In a recent interview with The Breakfast Club, Q revealed that his very close friend who inspired him to rap about his lifestyle was sentenced to 100 years in prison the same day the project dropped, which was making it hard for him to enjoy the moment with his head focused on figuring out an appeal for his friend.
The conversation then shifted to Miguel, who was featured with Justine Skye on his Blank Face cut, “Overtime.” Q landed himself in hot water after saying his record label made him put the track on the album. However, he was finally able to set the record straight and clarify his comments and admitted he didn’t like the song until both Miguel and Justine jumped on it.
On a brighter note, the rapper also took to Twitter in an epic Q&A where he told fans how Amazon is responsible for his dope collection of dashikis and that he plans to fix his hairline by getting a Bosley cut. He also used the opportunity to clarify why A$AP Rocky didn’t make the final cut of the album. Rocky may not be on the album, but here’s hoping he shows up on the tour to perform one of their many songs together.
Check out the full list of dates below.