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US Rapper Dumbfoundead Brings the ‘WE MIGHT DIE Tour’ to North America!

Announced on November 22nd, Los Angeles based rapper, Dumbfoundead will kick off 2017 with an extensive North American trek! Titled after his most recent release, the ‘WE MIGHT DIE Tour’ will hit 13 cities across US and Canada during January and February, and DFD is bringing Year of the Ox and DJ Zo along for the ride. Dj Zo, also known as Zomanno, is an LA based DJ who spins everywhere from South Korea to SoHo to underground parties, and hosts a guest DJ spot on DJCityTV. Year of the Ox, a hip hop duo composed of rappers Lyricks and JL, are Virginia natives whose hard-hitting flow netted their 2015 release, ‘Seven Rings,’ over a million YouTube views, nearly 200k streams on SoundCloud, and almost 10 million views on TeamBackPack.

Dumbfoundead, also known as Old Boy Jon, DFD, Dummy, or more mundanely as Jonathan Park, is an Argentinian-born Los Angeles native who entered the scene around age 11, after seeing a host of old school emcees and deciding to educate himself on freestyling and the roots of hip hop. After more years of developing his skills and working with fellow underground artists, he began growing a fanbase through rap battles on YouTube, where he’s gone viral a few times. In early 2010 he published Jam Session 2.0 with eight other musicians across the globe that garnered the attention of Los Angeles networks and his 2015 rap battle at Blackout 5 versus Conceited remains the most popular battle on KOTD.TV with over 5 million views. He’s collaborated with both American and Korean hip hop artists including Anderson .Paak, Epik High, Jay Park, as well as DJ Zo and Year of the Ox, the latter of whom feature on his new album.

We Might Die,’ including the previously released single ‘Harambe’ that hit number one on Spotify’s Global Viral 50 Chart, dropped on November 10th. You can check the full album out or download for free on his website. You can also find tour packages, including the chance for Dumb to record your voicemail or give you a tour of his stomping grounds in LA’s Koreatown, which are only available for a limited time. The website also has exclusive tour merchandise with plans to unveil new items soon, and some of which will also be available at each venue – Dumbfoundead recently announced to his fans on Facebook that he “will be meeting EVERYBODY at the merch booth after EVERY show!”

Tickets for every show can be purchased by visiting his official site. Check out the dates and venues below!

Wednesday Jan 25
Seattle, WAThe Vera Project

Thursday Jan 26
Vancouver, Canada The Alexander

Friday Jan 27
Portland, ORPeter’s Room

Thursday Feb 2
Atlanta, GAThe Masquerade Purgatory

Saturday Feb 4
Washington, DCSongbyrd

Monday Feb 6
Philadelphia, PAThe Voltage Lounge

Tuesday Feb 7
New York, NYSOB’s

Wednesday Feb 8
Toronto, CanadaDrake Underground

Friday Feb 10
Chicago, ILSchubas

Saturday Feb 11
Las Vegas, NVVinyl

Wednesday Feb 15
Santa Ana, CAConstellation Room

Friday Feb 17
Oakland, CANew Parish

Sunday Feb 19
Los Angeles, CAThe Roxy

Tickets range from only $10-20 for all stops, and while Year of the Ox won’t be making the Chicago or Vegas shows, there is a possibility that Dumbfoundead and company may release more dates in the coming weeks!Keep an eye out at

Keep an eye out at Officially KMusic for developments – this is definitely a show you don’t want to miss.

Written by Kat Schonheyder
Edited by Ying Leung

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Ying Leung

Ying Leung

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Ying. 瑩 ∞ Managing Editor of Media. ♥ HK born ♡Chicago raised ♡Photographer. Writer. Editor ♥Art Toys ♡Travel ✈ I grew up listening to all kinds of music. I can't really say when I got into K-Pop because it was always around me while growing up. I REALLY fell in love with K-Dramas when I first saw 'Autumn in My Heart' and 'My Sassy Girl' back in 2001.

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