Coconut Oil is available to stream or purchase now, with six new tracks including the singles “Good As Hell” and “Phone.” Lizzo’s confidence and larger-than-life personality come through loud and clear on the new tracks, providing a strong female voice in what is often the male-dominated world of hip hop.

Check out one of her most recent music videos:

Lizzo’s headline shows start with a night in Philadelphia Nov. 29, at The Foundry at The Fillmore. From there, she spends December in the Midwest and Northeast and runs up the West Coast in January. The last gig currently scheduled is Portland Jan. 29 at Doug Fir Lounge.

She’s also got festival appearances lined up at  and its  this weekend, with LL Cool J joining her for the Late Night show Oct. 9. Later on this month she will be at EW Popfest in Los Angeles.  

The artist has been keeping busy as she continues to scale the industry ladder. She released her first studio album Lizzobangers in 2013,  then got signed to a major label and rereleased that one through Virgin in 2014. The following year she shared Big Grrrl Small World. She also co-hosts “Wonderland” on MTV and her music is featured in the soundtrack for the film “Barbershop: The Next Cut.”

Here is the plan for Lizzo:

Nov. 29 – Philadelphia, Pa., The Foundry
Dec. 1 – New York, N.Y., The Bowery Ballroom
Dec. 3 – Washington, DC, U Street Music Hall
Dec. 4 – Boston, Mass., Brighton Music Hall
Dec. 6 – Toronto, Ontario, Velvet Underground
Dec. 7 – Detroit, Mich., The El Club
Dec. 8 – Chicago, Ill., Subterranean
Dec. 10 – Minneapolis, Minn., First Avenue
Jan. 20 – Los Angeles, Calif., Echo
Jan. 21 – San Francisco, Calif., The Independent
Jan. 27 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Alexander Gastown
Jan. 28 – Seattle, Wash., The Crocodile
Jan. 29 – Portland, Ore., Doug Fir Lounge

Tickets to select dates are on sale now. is the place to go for more on the artist.