YFN Lucci Releases Debut Album Ray Ray From Summer Hill + Announces Headline Tour!

CW Music 6:01 PM

Today, platinum-certified and critically acclaimed Atlanta rapper and singer YFN Lucci releases his highly anticipated full-length debut, Ray Ray From Summer Hill [Think It’s A Game Records/Warner Bros. Records], at all digital retailers. Stream the album below and get the album HERE.

YFN Lucci has quickly cemented himself at the forefront of hip-hop. He has joined forces on sizzling collaborations with everybody from Jim Jones and T.I. to Yo Gotti. Moreover, he’s delivered a steady stream of explosive music. Just last month, his Freda’s Son EP dramatically heightened anticipation for the release of Ray Ray From Summer Hill and served up a handful of hits.

Next week, YFN Lucci heads down to Austin, TX for a true SXSW takeover. On March 14th, he’ll appear at the Pandora Showcase and Welcome to the South, while performing at Beer & Tacos March 15th and SXSW Takeover March 16th. Known for his unforgettable and explosive performances, YFN Lucci also reveals the details for his upcoming headline run—the Ray Ray From Summer Hill Tour.

With special guests and openers being announced in the coming weeks, the tour kicks off April 12th in Norfolk, VA. Check out the full itinerary below.
YFN Lucci introduced his debut album with the red-hot single “Boss Life” [feat. Offset]. Last month, YFN Lucci brought the house down at the BET Social Awards with a high-energy and hard-hitting performance of the song. Online, it’s quickly nearing the 5-million mark on Spotify and 4 million views on YouTube. The album boasts the brand-new banger “Street Kings” [feat. Meek Mill] as well as the emotionally charged “Time For It” and powerful “No More.”
A versatile powerhouse, Ray Ray From Summer Hill highlights not only his rhymes but also his impressive vocal range and delivery as he seamlessly switches from huge hooks to punchy flows. There’s nobody like YFN Lucci.

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March 14th -- Austin, TX -- Pandora Showcase 11:20pm // Welcome to the South 1:20am (SXSW) 
March 15th -- Austin, TX -- Beer & Tacos // Heartless (SXSW) 
March 16th -- Austin, TX -- SXSW Takeover (SXSW) 
April 12th -- Norfolk, VA -- The Norva 
April 13th -- Silver Spring, MD -- The Fillmore 
April 14th -- Philadelphia, PA -- Coda 
April 17th -- New York, NY -- SOB’s 
April 18th -- Boston, MA -- Middle East 
April 19th -- Montreal, QC -- Belmont 
April 20th -- Toronto, ON -- Adelaide Hall 
April 21st -- Grand Rapids, MI -- The Stache 
April 22nd -- Indianapolis, IN -- Deluxe At Old National Centre 
April 25th -- Louisville, KY -- Mercury Ballroom 
April 26th -- Milwaukee, WI -- Turner Ballroom 
April 27th -- Minneapolis, MN -- Music Hall 
April 28th -- St. Louis, MO -- Pops 
April 29th -- Lawrence, KS -- Granada Theatre 
May 1st -- Denver, CO -- Cervantes Ballroom 
May 3rd -- Salt Lake City, UT -- The Complex 
May 5th -- Spokane, WA -- Knitting Factory 
May 6th -- Portland, OR -- Hawthorne Theatre 
May 8th -- San Francisco, CA -- Slims 
May 9th -- Los Angeles, CA -- Roxy 
May 11th -- Phoenix, AZ -- Crescent 
May 12th -- Albuquerque, NM -- El Rey Theatre

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