Ari Lennox Announces ‘Age/Sex/Location’ Tour After Grammys Snub

Ari Lennox has announced a new tour in support of her latest album, Age gender location – check out the full list of dates below.

The 27-city tour kicks off on January 26 at Las Vegas’ House of Blues and takes in dates in Los Angeles, Oakland, Houston, New Orleans, Atlanta, Boston, Toronto, Chicago and New York. The tour ends in her hometown of Washington, DC at the Howard Theater on March 28.

Due to popular demand, Lennox, who shared the news on his Instagram page, announced additional shows in Chicago and Washington DC “Chicago boy you know I love you so we’re adding ANOTHER show!!!!! And DMV guess what? We’re adding another show at the Fillmore!!!! Get your tickets baby,” she wrote.

Tickets for the performances are available here.

The new tour announcement will come later age gender location was not nominated for any Grammys at the 2023 awards, which the singer’s fans took personally.

“Ari lennox really gets snubbed every year at the grammys and no one talks about it, her last album was absolutely top 3 best albums of the year,” wrote an angry fan on Twitter.

Another one added“Hands down the best R&B song to come out this year was Ari Lennox and Lucky Day’s Boy Bye and no Grammy nomination? Don’t even get me started on the Summer Walker dude…”

age gender location arrived on September 9 and consequently texts she sent to J. Colethe album is based on the difficult time she has had dating in the modern age.

“Traditional space. Very vulnerable and co-dependent and validation-seeking park in my life,” Ari Lennox wrote in her lengthy response to Cole, who asked to explain what the project means to her.

“I remember the countless times I got kicked off dating apps because they didn’t think I was really me, it reminded me of the age gender location days when I wasn’t actually myself in those chat rooms,” she said. “I spent so much time seeing the god and the good in some violent people. What’s for me is for me and I’m completely alone. This is my eat pray love journey.”

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She followed up the release with one slow and tepid performance he The Tonight Show, performing a rendition of “POF” and “Waste My Time”, both from the project.

The new album and subsequent tour comes after a tumultuous period for the Dreamville sign. Lennox broke away from his management company in March, a month after her expressed frustration with Dreamville and Interscope. Those frustrations then hit a boiling point when she sat down for an uncomfortable interview at MacG’s Podcast and Chillwhere the host asked if anyone had “sexually satisfied” the singer.

She wrote off interviews at the time and told later Vibe that she has experienced significant growth as a person. “I think [on] Shea butter baby, I romanticize a lot of things in life,” Lennox said.” 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 any crap I don’t like.”

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