Dream Junkies Tour sponsored by Rapzilla.com

Kings Dream Entertainment is celebrating the release of Dream Junkies with a nationwide tour sponsored by Rapzilla.com to bring their unique brand of inspirational Hip-Hop to diverse audiences.

Dream Junkies, a collective effort from Kings Dream MCs Ruslan, Beleaf, and John Givez, will be released on March 18. The group will begin their tour on March 20. Currently there are seven scheduled shows through May across California, Texas, and New York, with additional dates yet to be announced.

“We’re really excited to be able to get out on the road together and play in front of crowds who want to be inspired and encouraged to follow their dreams,” said Ruslan.

The tour will feature performances from artists such as Alex Faith, Dre Murray, Auditory Fabric, Jamon, and HeeSun Lee.

John Givez is looking forward to performing with artists he respects and admires. “It’s really cool that we’ve been able to bring so many great artists on board, all in the name of inspiring people through music.”

The MCs will be performing music from the Dream Junkies album, along with some of the music from their various solo projects. Beleaf said that audiences can come to each show expecting to hear excellent hip-hop with an inspirational message. “We can’t wait to get in front of these crowds and share our heart for inspiring them to dream and follow big dreams that will change their lives.”

This might be the first tour for the new Dream Junkies collective, but they fully expect that it won’t be their last. “We’re just getting started,” said Ruslan. “We won’t stop until we’ve taken our brand of inspirational hip-hop all over the world so that people everywhere will be encouraged to dream big and become the people God designed them to be.”

Tickets for the San Diego and Dallas shows are currently available for sale at DreamJunkiesCA.com and DreamJunkiesTX.com


Written by Vincent Nyamu

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