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Ari Lennox has announced a tour in support of her latest album “Age/Sex/Location.” Check out the complete schedule of dates below.

The tour’s 27-city run will begin on the 26th of January at Las Vegas’ House of Blues and will include dates across Los Angeles, Oakland, Houston, New Orleans, Atlanta, Boston, Toronto, Chicago and New York. The tour will conclude in her home town that is Washington, D.C. at the Howard Theatre on March 28.

Due to the interest, Lennox, who shared the announcement through her Instagram page, announced additional show dates at Chicago as well as Washington D.C. “Chicago boy you know how much I love you and we’re adding another show in Chicago.” !!!!! And DMV is it true? We’re adding another show at The Fillmore !!!! Buy your tickets,” she wrote.

Tickets to the shows are on sale here..

The announcement of the new tour comes following the fact that the fact that age, sex and place was not nominated for or Grammys for the award ceremony of 2023 ceremony, that the fans of the singer have taken to heart.

“Ari lennox really gets snubbed every year at the grammys and nobody talks about it, her recent album was definitely top 3 best albums of the year,” wrote one fan who was furious on Twitter..

A different one added, “Hands down the greatest R&B song to come out during the past year. Ari Lennox and Lucky Daye’s Boy Bye and no Grammy nomination? Lemme not even begin about how the Summer Walker snub …”

age, sex, and locationarrived in September and based on the messages she left her friend J. Cole, the album was inspired by the difficulties she’s faced with men in the present day.

“Trasitional space. Highly vulnerable and dependent with a need for validation park in my entire life.” Ari Lennox wrote in her lengthy response to Cole who wanted to clarify what the project means to her.

“I remember the countless times I was kicked out of dating apps because they didn’t think I was really myself, it reminded me of those age/sex/location days where I actually wasn’t being myself in those chat rooms,” she explained. “I spent all day looking at the goodness and godliness in negative people. The only thing that matters to me is me, and I’m completely in my own way. This is my”eat-pray romance journey.”

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The release was followed by the release with a slow and intense appearance in the Tonight Show, performing the song “POF” and “Waste My Time,” both tracks from the album.

The album’s release and the subsequent tour follow an extremely turbulent period for the Dreamville artist. Lennox left her managing company during March just a month in which she complained about Dreamville in addition to Interscope. These frustrations reached the boiling point when she was seated for an awkward appearance on the The MacG’s podcast and chill when the host was asked whether anyone was “sexually satisfying” the singer.

Interviews were rewritten in the past, and later revealed to the Vibe she’s seen an enormous amount of development as a person. “I think [on] Shea Butter Baby, I romanticize a lot of things in life,” Lennox stated.” I feel like I was very naive about a lot of things about romance, about myself, about career, life, whatever, and I feel like I’m just more aware now, more evolved, [and] more, not putting up with certain shit I don’t like.”