Hip-hop collective Dilated Peoples will on Feb. 21 release its fourth album, "20/20," via Capitol, a day before kicking off a North American headlining tour.

Hip-hop collective Dilated Peoples will on Feb. 21 release its fourth album, "20/20," via Capitol, a day before kicking off a North American headlining tour. The video for lead single "Back Again" features cameos from the Alchemist and Cypress Hill's B-Real and can be streamed through Yahoo! Music.

Dilated Peoples' last album, "Neighborhood Watch," has sold 143,000 copies in the United States according to Nielsen SoundScan and featured the hit single, "This Way," produced by and featuring Kanye West.

In support of "20/20," the trio of rappers Rakaa and Evidence and DJ Babu will perform Feb. 20 on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and Feb. 28 on NBC's "Last Call With Carson Daly." The tour kicks off Feb. 22 at the House of Blues in Los Angeles, with rap trio Little Brother as the opening act.

Here are Dilated Peoples' tour dates:

Feb. 22: Los Angeles (House of Blues)
Feb. 23: San Francisco (Mezzanine)
Feb. 25: Portland, Ore. (Berbati's Pan)
Feb. 27: Vancouver (Commodore)
Feb. 28: Seattle (Showbox)
March 2: Park City, Utah (Suede)
March 3-4: Boulder, Colo. (Fox Theatre)
March 6: Minneapolis (First Avenue)
March 7: Chicago (Park West)
March 12: Burlington, Vt. (Higher Ground)
March 13: Boston (Paradise Rock Club)
March 15-16: New York (S.O.B.'s)
March 18: Baltimore (Sonar)
March 21: Atlanta (Roxy)
March 23: Houston (Warehouse Live)
March 24: Austin, Texas (The Parish)
March 25: Dallas (Gypsy Tea Room)
March 27: Phoenix (Marquee Theatre)
March 28: Solana Beach, CA (Belly Up Tavern)
March 31: Anaheim, Calif. (House of Blues)

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