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Last week, singer Chris Brown announced “The Party  Tour”, which features rappers 50 Cent, French Montana, Fabolous, O.T. Genasis, Kap G and Casanova. Now, he’s revealed the dates for the trek, which begins on March 31 in Baltimore, MD. The U.S. tour will make stops in major cities including Boston, Detroit, Miami, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, New York and Chicago before it ends on May 23 in Los Angeles. The tour will support Brown’s single “Party”, and include other music from his extensive catalog. The song will appear on his eighth studio effort “Heartbreak On A Full Moon”, due out this year. Producer Calvin Harris has been teasing the single “Slide” on his Snapchat, which features Frank Ocean and Migos. The track is a breezy summer time hit and worth a listen. Stopping to conduct an interview after his performance at the “SOULQUARIUS” Festival on Saturday, singer Ro James revealed that he’s working on the follow up to his debut album. In addition, he has an EP and a clothing line on the way as well. During the conversation he added that he has several collaborations lined up for the project, including one with rapper Andre 3000. Fans can catch the crooner on tour through March 11. In 2016, Gucci Mane cemented his comeback with several releases, including “Everybody Looking And The Return Of East Atlanta Santa.” Continuing the momentum, the MC will embark on his first tour. Titled “The Trap God Tour”, the trek will begin April 5 in Boston, MA at the House Of Blue. It will then visit major cities New York, Chicago, Washington, DC, Detroit and Miami. In May, he’ll deliver back to back performances at the JMBALYA Festival in Dallas and Austin, respectfully. In January, Gucci Mane announced the title of his next album “Drop Top Wizop”, although no release date has been announced. At any rate, fans can look forward to seeing the Atlanta native rock the stage as he travels across the country.