By Sowmya Krishnamurthy
J. Cole is giving the people what they want. In response to fan demand, the rapper is extending his "What Dreams May Come" tour with new U.S. and Canada dates. According to a press release from the rapper's camp, Cole will kick off this new leg on January 14 in Vancouver BC and end the run on February 1st in Mashantucket, CT. Other cities on the 10-city tour include Vancouver, Montreal and Washington D.C.
The Born Sinner rapper will celebrate his birthday with a show in his adopted hometown of NYC at the Theatre at Madison Square Garden on January 28th.
Tickets go on sale Friday November 15 at 10:00am ET.
Recently, Cole sat down for the premiere episode of MTV's "Life & Rhymes." The rapper returned to his old apartment in Jamaica, Queens and discusses the struggles that led to his current success, including the story behind his single "Crooked Smile."
"We went back to Mohammed crib. I talk about 'Mohammed crib' in 'Power Trip' -- that was my last place in college -- so my senior year in college I was there, and then for the broke, struggling period of barely surviving," Cole said on the special. "So we went back to that crib, shot scenes there, talked about the song "Crooked Smile, all about how I made that song, because it was really a journey."