J.Cole Celebrating The Warm Up Anniversary On New Tour

The Roc Nation rapper will hit the road for his second annual Dollar & A Dream tour this summer.

J. Cole’s second mixtape, The Warm Up, was released five years ago, in June 2009, and the Roc Nation rapper is celebrating that anniversary with his second annual Dollar & A Dream tour.

The Warm Up included Cole’s big single “Lights Please,” which he cited as the track that really caught Jay Z’s ear and finally landed him a record deal, so it only makes sense that he wants to celebrate. The new tour dates will be dedicated to exclusively performing the 22-track mixtape in full.

Dates have not been announced as yet, but the tour is expected to hit major cities across the U.S. The new jaunt will follow 2013′s Dollar & A Dream tour, which touched down in the U.S. and Canada, with venues announced on show day, for an admission fee of only $1.

According to a tweet from Cole, which included a tour flyer, this set of dates is expected to kick off during the summer.

He made an appearance on Twitter early Tuesday morning to announce the tour and also give a shout out to his first Dreamville signee, Bas, who’s getting ready to drop his Last Winter LP.

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