DON TOLIVER TO JOIN FUTURE ON “ONE BIG PARTY TOUR”
US ARENA DATES BEGIN MARCH 9 IN NEW ORLEANS
PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
RECENTLY ANNOUNCED ALBUM, LOVE SICK SET TO RELEASE THIS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24
HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE RECENTLY ARRIVED SINGLES,
“LEAVE THE CLUB (FEAT. LIL DURK & GLORILLA)” AND “4 ME (FEAT. KALI UCHIS)”
LOVE SICK SHORT FILM, PRESENTED BY ROTATION DEBUTS EXCLUSIVELY ON PRIME VIDEO THIS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24
CLIPS FROM THE SHORT FILM STREAMING NOW HERE
PRE-SAVE LOVE SICK HERE
Hip-hop soul singer Don Toliver is set to celebrate his new album with a wide-ranging US tour schedule, including direct support on Future’s star-studded “One Big Party Tour,” beginning March 9th at New Orleans, LA’s Smoothie King Center and wrapping in early April. Purchase tickets HERE. Toliver will also make a festival appearance at Inglewood, CA’s Rolling Loud California (Saturday, March 4).
Don’s highly anticipated new project Love Sick, is set to arrive via Cactus Jack/Atlantic Records this Friday, February 24th; paired with his self-written short film, Love Sick. Presented by Rotation—the hip-hop and R&B brand from Amazon Music—the film will air exclusively on Prime Video starting this Friday, February 24th . Fans can watch episodic clips from the full film, including Episode 2 “Leave The Club” & Episode 3 “Honeymoon” HERE. This past Friday, Don released second new track “Leave The Club (Feat. Lil Durk & GloRilla),” which arrived on the heels of the Valentine’s Day celebratory single “4 Me (Feat. Kali Uchis),” highlighted by a sample from Beenie Man’s “Girls Dem Sugar (Feat. Mya).”
In addition to celebrating the album and release of the film, fans can head to Amp, the live radio app from Amazon, to check out Love Sick Radio — a live conversation with Don, who will share stories behind the new film, play tracks and talk about the making of Love Sick at 7:30 p.m. PT on, February 24th. Download Amp and follow @dontoliver to engage in the chat and request to call-in live during the show.
Last year saw Don Toliver earn international applause with “Do It Right.” Hailed by CLASH as “a ready-made anthem, it’s bouncy funk fueled by a sample of the S.O.S Band’s classic ‘Take Your Time (Do It Right),’” the track is joined by glitterball-powered official visual, presented by Cactus Jack and Rotation, directed by award-winning French filmmaker Alexandre Moors (Kendrick Lamar, Juice WRLD, Miley Cyrus) and now boasting close to 9M views at YouTube.
In addition, Don Toliver was featured in Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 4, performing a scintillating medley of “Do It Right” and “Way Bigger,” the latter of which originally appears on his critically acclaimed sophomore album, 2021’s Life of a DON. The star-studded annual fashion experience can be viewed exclusively on Prime Video HERE.
Indeed, 2022 marked a landmark year for Don Toliver, with high profile features including SZA’s “Used,” Justin Bieber’s “Honest,” Kid Cudi’s “Somewhere To Fly” and “Burrow,” Baby Keem’s “Killstreaks,” Trippie Redd’s “Ain’t Safe,” and Wizkid’s “Special,” to name just a few. Released October 2021, Life of a DON made a spectacular chart debut upon its arrival, landing at #2 on Billboard’s “Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums” and the Billboard 200 – Toliver’s second US top 10 debut on the overall chart and highest charting album to date. Life of a DON includes such hit singles as “Drugs N Hella Melodies (Feat. Kali Uchis),” “Way Bigger,” “Flocky Flocky (Feat. Travis Scott),” and the RIAA gold certified “What You Need,” all of which are joined by dramatic visuals that have earned a combined 60M+ views via the official Don Toliver YouTube channel HERE.
ON TOUR 2023
* Festival Performance
† w/ Future “One Big Party Tour”
4 – Inglewood, CA – Rolling Loud California *
9 – New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center †
12 – Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center †
17 – Fort Lauderdale, FL – FLA Live Arena †
19 – Jacksonville, FL – Vystar Arena †
24 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Arena †
25 – Columbus, OH – Nationwide Arena †
26 – Milwaukee, WI – Fiserv Forum †
1 – Oakland, CA – Oakland Arena †
6 – Indianapolis, IN – Gainbridge Fieldhouse †
7 – Kansas City, MO – T–Mobile Center †
8 – Minneapolis, MN – Target Center †
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