Cole will hit the road next month to commemorate the five-year anniversary of The Warm Up mixtape.
In celebration of the five-year anniversary of his career-changing mixtape, The Warm Up, J. Cole is bringing back the Dollar and a Dream tour, his label announced Monday (June 16). Round two of the tour will once again feature tickets for $1 on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Fans have to follow Cole's Twitterfeed to get show dates, the day of.
The Grammy-nominated rapper is tacking on another bonus with the cheap ticket prices. He will perform "Lights Please," "Grown Simba" and the rest of The Warm Up in its entirety. The critically acclaimed release helped him get signed to Roc Nation four years ago.
Cole reflected on The Warm Up in a letter on his website last weekend, calling the project a "declaration of dedication to Greatness, told from the perspective of a kid who wants more."
He went on to thank fans. "You heard the passion, you heard the stories, and you believed in him too. You rooted for him. And you're still rooting.... I understand now that you're rooting for him because you're also rooting for yourself."
The Dollar and a Dream tour begins July 3 in London with stops in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami and North Carolina, his home state.
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