Singer/songwriter The-Dream and R&B artist Keyshia Cole will start a 21-city tour on May 13 at the Aronoff Center in Cincinnati and will conclude at the Pearl in Las Vegas on June 21.
The-Dream will be touring in support of his sophomore album, “Love Vs. Money” (Radio Killa/Def Jam) which peaked at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart with 331,000 units sold in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Earlier this week, The-Dream released his third single, “Walkin’ On The Moon,” featuring labelmate Kanye West. The video for “Moon” was directed by Hype Williams and will premiere in coming days.
The first two singles off “Love Vs. Money,” “Rockin’ That Thang” and “My Love,” featuring Mariah Carey, reached No. 3 and No. 36 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop songs chart, respectively. The-Dream also released a remix of “Rockin’ That Thang” featuring the ‘Def Jam All-Stars’ lineup consisting of Fabolous, Juelz Santana, Rick Ross and Ludacris.
“Love Vs. Money” follow’s The-Dream’s 2007 debut, “Love Hate,” which sold 552,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen Soundscan. The-Dream’s first tour was as an opening act for Mary J. Blige and Jay-Z’s “Heart Of The City” trek last year.
Here are The-Dream and Keyshia Cole’s tour dates:
May 13: Cincinnati, OH (Aronoff Center)
May 14: Milwaukee, WI (Riverside Theater)
May 15: Chicago, IL (Chicago Theater)
May 16: Detroit, MI (Fox Theater)
May 17: Indianapolis, IN (The Vogue)
May 19: New Orleans (House Of Blues)
May 21: Atlanta, GA (Fox Theater)
May 22: Greenbsboro, NC (Special Events Center)
May 23: Atlantic City, NJ (Mark Etess Arena)
May 24: New York, NY (WAMU Theater at Madison Sq. Garden)
May 26: Boston, MA (House Of Blues)
May 28: Washington, DC (Constitution Hall)
May 29: Richmond VA (Landmark Theater)
May 30: Norfolk, VA (Ntelos Pavilion — WOWI)
May 31: Columbia, SC (Township Auditorium)
June 2: Newark, NJ (NJPAC)
June 3: Cleveland, OH (State Theater)
June 5: Atlantic City, NJ (Borgata with Mary J. Blige)
June 6: Baltimore, MD (Pier Six Pavilion)
June 7: New York, NY (Summerjam)
June 11: St. Louis, MO (Fox Theater)
June 12: Southhave, MS (DeSoto Civic Center)
June 13: Dallas, TX (Nokia)
June 14: Houston, TX (Reliant Arena)
June 20: Los Angeles, CA (Nokia Theater)
June 21: Oakland, CA (Paramount Theater)