Ice Cube is on an international tour in support of his upcoming eighth album "Raw Footage," which hits London's Electric Ballroom tonight. "Raw Footage" hits shelves Aug. 19 via Ice Cube's independent label, Lench Mob Records.

Maestro, Emile, DJ Crazy Toones and the Underdue's are among the producers on "Raw Footage" and features include Musiq Soulchild, Young Jeezy, The Game and WC. The initial street single, "Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It," was released last month and the official first single, "Do Ya Thang," hit the web via Ice Cube's site, this week.

Ice Cube begins the US leg of tour in Seattle on August 21. The tour ends in New York City on September 21.

"Laugh Now, Cry Later," Ice Cube's last album, has sold 552,000 copies to-date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Here are Ice Cube's tour dates:

July 14: London (Electric Ballroom)
July 15: Tilburg, Netherlands (013)
July 16: Amsterdam (Melkweg)
July 18: Dour, Belgium (Dour Music Festival)
July 19: Stuttgart, Germany (MTV Hip Hop Open)
July 21: Stockholm (Kagelbanan)
July 23: Helsinki, Finland (Helsinki Icehall)
July 25: Copenhagen (KB Hallen)
July 26: Oslo (Rockefeller Music Hall)
August 21: Seattle (Showbox at the Market)
August 22: Portland, OR (Roseland Theater
August 24: Salt Lake City, UT (The Depot)
August 26: San Francisco (The Fillmore)
August 27: Bakersfield, CA (The Fox)
August 29: Anaheim, CA (The Grove)
August 30: Las Vegas (House of Blues)
September 1: West Hollywood, CA (House of Blues)
September 2: San Diego (4th and B)
September 3: Tempe, AZ (Marquee Theatre)
September 5: Albuquerque, NM (Sunshine Theatre)
September 6: Aspen, CO (Belly Up Aspen)
September 7: Denver (Ogden Theatre)
September 9: North Kansas City, MO (Harrah's North Kansas City/Voodoo
September 10: St. Paul, MN (Myth)
September 12: Fort Wayne, IN (Piere's)
September 13: Chicago (House of Blues)
September 14: Cleveland (House of Blues)
September 16: Mt. Clemens, MI (Emerald Theatre)
September 17: Johnson City, NY (Magic City Music Hall)
September 19: Philadelphia (The Fillmore at Theater of Living Arts)
September 21: New York City (The Fillmore New York at Irving Plaza)