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G-Eazy To Join Lil Wayne, T.I. & More on America's Most Wanted Tour: Exclusive

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G-Eazy is joining Lil Wayne, T.I., 2 Chainz and Hit-Boy on America's Most Wanted Music Festival.

The U.S. 40-date headline tour kicks off on July 9 in Birmingham, AL at the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre and stops on September 1 in Irvine, CA.

Billboard Music Awards Post-Party: Fans Pick G-Eazy As Opening Act

In anticipation of the tour announcement, premiered exclusively here on The Juice, the New Orleans based rapper released a music video today (June 11) for "Must Be Nice," off his 2012 effort of the same name.

In the video, G-Eazy takes fans through his experience of attending the 2013 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas and performing the show's post-party.

 G-Eazy will release a new song, "I Don't Believe," on Wednesday, June 12. He's currently working on a new album tentatively due in the fall.

Check out the dates for the America’s Most Wanted Music Festival:
July 9: Birmingham, Alabama (Oak Mountain Amphitheater)

July 10: Nashville, Tennessee (Bridgestone Arena)

July 12: Atlanta, Georgia (Lakewood Amphitheater)

July 13: Tampa Bay, Florida (Live Nation Amphitheater)

July 14: West Palm Beach, Florida (Cruzan Amphitheater)

July 16: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (First Niagara Pavilion)

July 17: Baltimore, Maryland (1st Mariner Arena)

July 19: Wantagh, New York (Jones Beach)

July 20: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Susquehanna Bank Center)

July 21: Scranton, Pennsylvania (Toyota Pavilion)

July 23: Bangor, Maine (Bangor Amphitheater)

July 24: Holmdel, New Jersey (PNC Bank Arts Center)

July 26: Charlotte, North Carolina (Verizon Wireless Amphitheater)

July 27: Raleigh, North Carolina (Time Warner Pavilion)

July 28: Virginia Beach, Virginia (Farm Bureau Live)

July 30: Buffalo, New York (Darien Lake PAC)

July 31: Hartford, Connecticut (Comcast Theatre)

August 2: Washington, D.C. (Verizon Center)

August 3: Saratoga Springs, New York (SSPAC)

August 4: Boston, Massachusetts (Comcast Center)

August 6: Cincinnati, Ohio (Riverbend Music Pavilion)

August 7: Cleveland, Ohio (Klipsch Amphitheater)

August 9: Detroit, Michigan (Joe Louis Arena)

August 10: Chicago, Illinois (First Midwest Bank Amphitheater)

August 11: St. Louis, Missouri (Verizon Wireless Amphitheater)

August 13: Indianapolis, Indiana (Klipsch Music Center)

August 14: Memphis, Tennessee (FedEx Forum)

August 16: Dallas, Texas (Gexa Pavilion)

August 17: Austin, Texas (Austin360 Amphitheater)

August 18: Houston, Texas (CWM Pavilion)

August 20: Omaha, Nebraska (Qwest Center)

August 21: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Chesapeake Energy Center)

August 23: Denver, Colorado (Fiddler’s Green)

August 24: Albuquerque, New Mexico (Isleta Amphitheater)

August 25: Phoenix, Arizona (Desert Sky Pavilion)

August 27: San Diego, California (Sleep Train)

August 28: Sacramento, California (Sleep Train)

August 30: Oakland, California (Sleep Train)

August 31: Las Vegas, Nevada (MGM Grand Arena)

September 1: Irvine, California (Verizon Wireless Amphitheater)