Rapper and singer Tyla Yaweh is taking his rage on the road this fall, announcing a 17-date trek across North America to support his new album, Heart Full of Rage 2.
The Orlando, Florda-born artist kicks off his “World Full of Rage Fall Tour” on Oct. 24 at Masquerade and includes stops at New York’s SOB’s, Brighton Music Hall in Boston, The Echo in Los Angeles and Austin’s Come and Take It Live. He closes out his brief tour Nov. 25 in Houston, Texas, at the House of Blues.
Tickets for the shows are now on sale and can be purchased at tylayaweh.com.
Yaweh, a multiplatinum artist who melds hip-hop, rock, pop and emo, burst onto the music scene in 2017 with the single “Drugs and Pain” and released his debut album, Heart Full of Rage, two years later. He has supported tours from artists such as Post Malone, who is featured on his biggest hit “Tommy Lee,” and SAINt JHN and performed at Rolling Loud Live and Outside Lands. Heart Full of Rage 2 was released Aug. 4 and includes collaborations with Chris Brown, Yung Bleu, Ty Dolla $ign, Dej Loaf and Toosii.
For Yaweh, the rage isn’t just a word but an acronym for Release All Good Energy, and he hopes to spread positivity to those who join him on his tour.
“I’m still here, I’m still alive. I’m here in the future, and every day I just thank God for putting me in this position,” Yaweh said in a release. “God put me on earth to spread this light and just keep going. I want everyone to see how bright I can shine.”
“World Full of Rage Fall Tour” Dates
Oct. 24 — Masquerade (Hell) – Atlanta, GA
Oct. 27 — Union Stage — Washington, D.C.
Oct. 28 — SOB’s — New York, NY
Oct. 29 — The Foundry — Philadelphia, PA
Oct. 31 — Brighton Music Hall — Boston, MA
Nov. 2 — Reggies — Chicago, IL
Nov. 4 — Loving Touch — Ferndale, MI
Nov. 8 — Cervantes Other Side — Denver, CO
Nov. 11 — Fortune Sound Club — Vancouver, BC
Nov. 12 — Mission — Portland, OR
Nov. 13 — Neumos — Seattle, WA
Nov. 16 — Brick and Mortar — San Francisco, CA
Nov. 18 — The Echo — Los Angeles, CA
Nov. 19 — Rebel Lounge — Phoenix, AZ
Nov. 22 — Come and Take it Live — Austin, TX
Nov. 24 — House of Blues Cambridge Room — Dallas, TX
Nov. 25 — House of Blues Bronze Peacock — Houston, TX