SPZRKT, JGivens replace Mali Music on Andy Mineo’s ‘Uncomfortable’ tour

Mali Music is no longer featured on Andy Mineo’s rapidly-approaching Uncomfortable tour, according to promotional material on the rapper’s official website.

Hip-hop/spoken-word artist Propaganda remains listed as a “narrator” for all dates, but now date-by-date tour graphics display the featured act as one of two artists other than Mali Music — Propaganda’s Humble Beast label mate JGivens, who just released his album Fly Exam, and singer SPZRKT, who contributed vocals to track No. 10 of Uncomfortable, “Ghost.”

The full tour schedule, as well as which artist in addition to Mineo and Propaganda will be featured by date, is below.

Oct. 1 – Saint Peters, Miss. (feat. SPZRKT)
Oct. 2 – Tulsa, Okla. (feat. SPZRKT)
Oct. 3 – Houston (feat. SPZRKT)
Oct. 4 – Arlington, Texas (feat. SPZRKT)
Oct. 8 – San Antonio (feat. SPZRKT)
Oct. 9 – Lubbock, Texas (feat. SPZRKT)
Oct. 10 – Denver (feat. SPZRKT)
Oct. 11 – Omaha, Neb. (feat. SPZRKT)
Oct. 15 – Des Moines, Iowa (feat. SPZRKT)
Oct. 16 – Saint Paul, Minn. (feat. SPZRKT)
Oct. 17 – Chicago (feat. SPZRKT)
Oct. 18 – Grandville, Mich. (feat. SPZRKT)
Oct. 22 – Detroit (feat. SPZRKT)
Oct. 23 – Louisville, Ky. (feat. SPZRKT)
Oct. 24 – Cincinnati (feat. SPZRKT)
Oct. 25 – Indianapolis (feat. SPZRKT)
Oct. 29 – Cleveland (feat. SPZRKT)
Oct. 30 – New York (feat. SPZRKT)
Oct. 31 – Philadelphia (feat. SPZRKT)
Nov. 1 – Columbus, Ohio (feat. SPZRKT)
Nov. 5 – Silver Springs, Md. (feat. JGivens)
Nov. 6 – Lynchburg, Va. (feat. JGivens)
Nov. 7 – Chesapeake, Va. (feat. JGivens)
Nov. 8 – Charlotte, N.C. (feat. JGivens)
Nov. 12 – Tampa, Fla. (feat. SPZRKT)
Nov. 13 – Miami, Fla. (feat. SPZRKT)
Nov. 14 – Orlando, Fla. (feat. SPZRKT)
Nov. 15 – Atlanta (feat. SPZRKT)

Purchase tickets at andymineo.com.

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Written by David Daniels

David Daniels is a columnist at Rapzilla.com and the managing editor of LegacyDisciple.org. He has been published at Desiring God, The Gospel Coalition, Christianity Today, CCM Magazine, Bleacher Report, The Washington Times and HipHopDX.

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