JPEGMAFIA announces “The Reverse Christopher Columbus Tour,” shares new song

Baltimore-based experimental rapper and producer, JPEGMAFIA, has announced “The Reverse Christopher Columbus Tour” to support his recent album, Veteran. The beatmaker will start his journey in Vancouver, BC on August 29th and will play through the upper and lower United States before heading to Brussels, Belgium on November 11th.

He has also shared a new track from recording Veteran called “Millennium,” which the press release calls a “half remix/half cover inspired by the Backstreet Boys’ 1999 classic ‘I Want It That Way’ but touched by JPEG’s signature eclectic production and flowing lyricism.” Listen to it below as well as the tour dates.

The Reverse Christopher Columbus tour:

08.29.18 – Vancouver, BC – Fortune
08.30.18 – Portland, OR – Peter’s Room at Roseland Theater
08.31.18 – Seattle, WA – Bumbershoot Festival
09.02.18 – Philadelphia, PA – Made in America
09.14.18 – Baltimore , MD – Metro Gallery
09.15.18 – Washington DC – Songbyrd
09.18.18 – Philadelphia PA – PhilaMOCA
09.23.18 – Allston, MA – Great Scott
09.25.18 – Toronto, ON – Drake Hotel
09.27.18 – Montreal, QC – Le Ministere
09.28.18 – Urbana, IL – Pygmalion Festival
09.30.18 – Phoenix, AZ – Gold Rush
10.14.18 – San Francisco, CA – Treasure Island Music Festival
10.30.18 – Paris, France – Pitchfork Avant-Garde
11.01.18 – London, UK – Scala
11.02.18 – Manchester, UK – Charles Street Auction House
11.03.18 – Frankfurt, Germany – Mousonturm
11.06.18 – Berlin, Germany – Berghain
11.07.18 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Loppen
11.09.18 – Utrecht, Netherlands – Le Guess Who
11.10.18 – Köln, Germany – Veedel Club
11.11.18 – Brussels, Belgium – AB Club

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