King Lil G ‘Lost In Smoke 2’ US Tour

King Lil G ‘Lost In Smoke 2’ US Tour

King Lil G

By Jack Barnes

Inglewood hip-hop artist King Lil G is thrilled announce that he will be heading out on the road for a 34 city U.S. tour in support of his new album Lost In Smoke 2. The 15-track Lost In Smoke 2 LP is King Lil G’s testament to surviving the streets of South Central Los Angeles with an authentic message of hope for his young fans. With production from Hit-Boy and League Of Starz, King Lil G stays true to his G-Funk sound as he recruits featured artists Tory Lanez, Too Short, Bun B, Baby Bash, Nipsey Hussle and more. The Lost In Smoke 2 Tour will kick off July 7th at The Observatory in Santa Ana, California. Fans can purchase tour tickets at

Lost In Smoke is actually the mixtape that helped me go on to the millions in the beginning. So I just felt like it was perfect for me to bring it back as an album. Just to get my day 1 fans that feel like… Hell yeah, G’s still the same… still talking about real shit for the streets. This tour means a lot because I’m excited to meet everyone who’s been really supporting me,” says King Lil G.
As an independent rapper, King Lil G has gained over 1 Million Followers acrossFacebook, Instagram and YouTube Channel, which has collected over 100+ Million Streams of G’s music, videos and music related content. King Lil G has gained critical acclaim from LA Weekly (“Leading His Own Hip-Hop Revolution“), Noisey (“Keeps Compton’s History Alive“), VIBE Magazine (“Bright Future Ahead“) and many others.
Lost In Smoke 2 is the sequel to his 2013 mixtape Lost In Smoke and follows his 2015 album 90’s Kid that landed #3 on the Billboard Independent Album Chart. King Lil G’s new sequel resonated with fans as Lost In Smoke 2 debuted at #2 on the iTunes Hip-Hop Album Chart. That same week, King Lil G celebrated with his hometown fans with a sold-out performance at the Novo Theatre by Microsoft on April 20th.
07/07 – Santa Ana, CA                     The Observatory
07/08 – San Diego, CA                     The Observatory North Park
07/09 – Mesa, AZ                              The Nile Theatre
07/10 – Albuquerque, NM              Launchpad
07/12 – El Paso, TX                          Mesa Music Hall
07/14 – San Antonio, TX                 Alamo City Music Hall
07/15 – Houston, TX                        House of Blues Houston
07/16 – Dallas, TX                            Gas Monkey
07/17 – Oklahoma City, OK            89th Street Collective
07/20 – Orlando, FL                         Backbooth
07/21 – Margate, FL                         O’Malley’s Sports Bar
07/22 – St. Petersburg, FL               The Local 662
07/23 – Charlotte, NC                      Neighborhood Theater
07/24 – Baltimore, MD                    Baltimore Soundstage
07/27 – Worcester, MA                    The Palladium
07/28 – Philadelphia, PA                 Voltage Lounge
07/29 – New York, NY                     Highline Ballroom
07/30 – Webster, NY                        Harmony House
07/31 – Erie, PA                                Basement Transmissions
08/02 – Chicago, IL                          Double Door
08/03 – Minneapolis, MN               Cabooze
08/04 – Valparaiso, IN                     Big Shots
08/05 – Indianapolis, IN                 Emerson Theatre
08/06 – St. Louis, MO                       Fubar
08/07 – Wichita, KS                         Rock Island Live
08/09 – Denver, CO                          Marquis Theatre
08/10 – Salt Lake City, UT              The Complex
08/11 – Reno, NV                              Jub Jub’s Thirst Parlor
08/13 – Portland, OR                       Hawthorne Theatre
08/14 – Seattle, WA                          Studio Seven
08/16 – San Francisco, CA               Slim’s
08/17 – Santa Cruz, CA                    Catalyst Atrium
08/19 – Ventura, CA                         The Majestic Ventura Theatre
08/21 – Fresno, CA                           Strummers
Facebook: 500K LIKES
Instagram: 400K followers
YouTube: 260K subscribers
Born and raised in Inglewood, CA by a single Mexican mother, King Lil G had a troubled youth where he joined a gang, dropped out of school, fathered a child while he was still a minor, and became incarcerated. But beyond his rough exterior, King Lil G is a true artist with an honest message of Hope.
“I wanted to rap about the struggle – real street stuff that I was going through,” says King Lil G. He created the Sucios Movement, which he explains as “a positive movement that has to do with freedom and not being afraid to accomplish and do things… its empowerment for those that don’t think they can make it and come from nothing.”
His gangster hip-hop sound is influenced by the G-funk flavor of 90s West Coast legends Tupac, Snoop Dogg, Too $hort and Dr. Dre as well as Mexican folk ballads called corridos music.
Originally known as Lil Gangster, the rapper debuted his Mexican-centric G-funk influenced style on PR Records with mixtapes LA County’s Most Wanted and Hood Money. Later joining Double 9 Records, he then released Blue Devil, Pt. 2 featuring single “Letter To Dr. Dre” featuring Big Swiisha and King Enemy featuring singles “Narco Corridos” and “Who Shot 2Pac“. In 2014, he signed onto MIH Entertainment and dropped his Lost In Smokemixtape with single “Welcome to LA” and his AK47 Boyz mixtape, which featured the single “Hopeless Boy” featuring David Ortiz and title track “AK47“. His latest mixtape ’90s Kid featured LA’s Power 106 favorite “Grow Up“.
DEL Records is a U.S. based Latin Entertainment Company showcasing Regional Mexican music in the U.S. and Mexico. DEL Records artists (King Lil G, Banda Culicancito, Lenin Ramirez, Luis Coronel, Regulo Caro, and Gerardo Ortiz) redefine the genre and top the charts in sales, radio airplay and social media impact. With its own national marketing, promotion, social and entertainment media teams, DEL Records is the most influential, all-encompassing Latin Music Record Label changing the face of modern Spanish language music.


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