Brent Faiyaz with GRIP – Cancelled
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GRAMMY® nominated artist Brent Faiyaz has announced his 2020 “Fuck The World” Tour.
Starting on March 18 in Eugene,OR. The 28 – date headlining tour will take Brent Faiyaz and his band across North America. The run will include shows at The Brooklyn Steel in New York, NYC (April 24), The Concord Music Hall in Chicago, IL (May 1) and The House Of Blues in Orlando, FL (April 8) The FTW Tour will feature special guest Atlanta rapper Grip who will be joining Faiyaz on all dates.
General Public On-Sale starts Friday, October 18 @ 10:00 am Local. Brent’s fans can get 1st access before they go on sale to the public by signing up for the artist presale at brentfaiyaz.com
The Maryland-born singer recently served up new music entitled “Fuck The World,” and “Rehab,” and it continues to heat up. Right out of the gate, the songs have received widespread acclaim from Teen Vogue, i-D, Pitchfork and Fader and racked up 3+ million cumulative streams
Listen to “Rehab” – HERE
Watch Music Video “FTW” – HERE
Faiyaz leads by example. Confidently standing at the intersection of high fashion and art. To date, he’s reached numerous milestones. Faiyaz’s vocal collaboration with Goldlink on “Crew,” earned him a GRAMMY® Nomination for “Best Rap/Sung Performance.” The success of the anthemic record earned Faiyaz a show-stopping collaborative performance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Further successes include gaining over 1 billion streams as a Lead/Feature artist over the last 24 months (Independently).
Critics have enthusiastically championed Brent Faiyaz’s artistry. Teen Vogue declares the singer “A revolutionary at heart,” while Harpers Bazaar states “R&B breakout star,” Billboard praises his writing “when it comes to stroking the pen, he’s a star student,” Rolling Stone writes, “Faiyaz is maturing as a musician and as a character with every record he releases.