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Pusha T announces second leg of ‘It’s Almost Dry’ US tour

Pusha T has announced the second leg of his North American ‘It’s Almost Dry’ tour – find out dates below and get tickets here.The rapper took to social media on Tuesday (June 22) to share the news. The tour will kick off on September 3 in Philadelphia as part of the Made In America festival and will conclude on October 30 in Wallingford, Connecticut.The tour will also feature “special guests”, although no names have been billed for the tour as this time.Tickets for phase two of the It’s Almost Dry Tour go on sale this Friday, June 24.
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“Unicorn” Book Censored For Promoting “Gay Agenda”
It’s Okay to Be a Unicorn! after a parent accused the book of trying to “recruit kids to become gay.”Jason Tharp, 45, says he wrote the book to promote inclusion among children, and was planning to read the book aloud to a group of students at an elementary school north of Columbus, Ohio, on April 6.But the day before the reading, Tharp said he received a call from the principal saying that officials with the Buckeye Valley Local School District did not approve of the book and believed it could have a “gay agenda.”“I just said, did somebody think I made a gay book? And [the principal is] like, ‘Yeah,’ and I’m like, ‘Because why? Rainbows and unicorns?'” Tharp told USA TODAY, noting hat the principal confirmed that as the reasoning behind the censorship.Tharp says he remains confused about the cancellation, since the school had booked him more than two years ago, and administrators had previously ordered over 500 of his books to be distributed to students six weeks prior to his visit.Tharp later told USA Today that a parent had complained about the book after going through his social media accounts and seeing LGBTQ-supportive posts.“What it turns out was that it was one parent that came in and said that apparently, I was coming in with an agenda to recruit kids to be gay,” he said. “…It’s the craziest thing, and never in a million years would have thought that I’d be defending a unicorn because people thought I was trying to recruit kids.”He noted that he offered to read another of his books, It’s Okay to Smell Good!, which tells the story of a skunk who enjoys good-smelling things, unlike other skunks.
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Listen to Poliça’s invigorating new single ‘Rotting’
Poliça have shared their latest single ‘Rotting’ – you can hear the band’s first new song of 2022 below.The track actually marks the first new music release from the Minneapolis-based project – comprising of singer Channy Leaneagh, producer Ryan Olson, bassist Chris Bierden and drummers Ben Ivascu and Drew Christopherson – since the arrival of their January 2020 album ‘When We Stay Alive’.Poliça have returned to action today (February 28) with the track ‘Rotting’, which features co-production from the Berlin-based techno producer Dustin Zahn.You can hear Poliça’s ‘Rotting’ below.Poliça have also announced details of a North American tour for this summer, which will follow on from a previously announced slot at Mid West Music Fest in Winona, Minnesota in April.You can see Poliça’s upcoming tour dates below and find tickets when they go on sale here.April30 – Midwest Music Fest, Winona, MNJune9 – Thalia Hall, Chicago, IL10 – Marble Bar, Detroit, MI11 – Horseshoe Tavern, Toronto, ON12 – Bar le Ritz, Montreal, QC13 – Brighton Music Hall, Boston, MA16 – Elsewhere, Brooklyn, NY17 – The Foundry, Philadelphia, PA18 – The Black Cat, Washington, DC19 – The Basement, Columbus, OH July2 – Earth Rider Brewery, Superior, WI6 – Lucky You Lounge, Spokane, WA7 – Neptune Theatre, Seattle, WA8 – Fortune Sound Club, Vancouver, BC9 – Doug Fir, Portland, OR11 – Independent, San Francisco, CA12 – Teragram Ballroom, Los Angeles, CA14 – Casbah, San Diego, CA15 – Crescent Ballroom, Phoenix, AZ16 – Meow Wolf, Santa Fe, NM17 – Bluebird Theatre, Denver, CO19 – The Raccoon Motel, Davenport, IA
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