Tour: Dreamville Rapper Cozz Announces “The Effected Tour”

The South Central Emcee Will Hit 16 Stops Starting May 20th Following The February Release of Acclaimed Effected Album 


Critical Praise:

“[H]is fever dreams of riches are well within reach, and Effected is a confident step toward turning what used to be fantasy into cold, hard reality.” – Pitchfork

Effected is a clear statement Cozz doesn’t just want to be the conversation with the best rappers. He wants to steer the debates.” – HipHopDX

“[I]f incisive wit and dark, but hopeful narratives, are your thing, there are few better options than Effectedto feed your cerebral rap fix.” – Uproxx

Effected doesn’t just continue Dreamville’s hot streak (J.I.D, EarthGang), but further solidifies Cozz among a group of gifted L.A. rap artists on the verge of blossoming into undeniability.” – DJBooth

The Announcement:

Today west coast Dreamville artist Cozz announces a nationwide tour in support of his critically acclaimed album Effected (Dreamville/Interscope Records). Released on February 13th, Cozz’s full length debut featured A-list collaborations with Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Curren$y, and Garren.

The eponymous tour will kick off in Atlanta on May 20th and wrap up with a homecoming show in LA on June 10th. Along the way, Cozz will hit Toronto, Chicago, DC, Philadelphia, NYC, Denver, Vancouver, Portland, Oakland, Scottsdale, Santa Cruz, Santa Ana, and San Diego. The Effected Tour will be Cozz’s first tour in over a year.

Buy tickets to Cozz’s The Effected Tour:

The Effected Tour Dates:

5/20 – Atlanta, GA
5/22 – Toronto, ON
5/23 – Philadelphia, PA
5/24 – New York City, NY
5/25 – Washington, D.C.
5/26 – Chicago, IL
5/27 – Denver, CO
5/29 – Vancouver, BC
5/30 – Portland, OR
6/01 – Oakland, CA
6/02 – Scottsdale, AZ
6/05 – Santa Cruz, CA
6/06 – Sacramento, CA
6/08 – San Diego, CA
6/09 – Santa Ana, CA
6/10 – Los Angeles, CA

Please contact Michelle or Dharmic for more info.

Cozz Background:

Born Cody Osagie, Cozz made his debut in 2013 with a video for his introspective song “Dreams.” The track caught the attention of J. Cole, who signed Cozz to his Dreamville imprint that year. In 2014, the rapper released his Cozz & Effect project, featuring the Meez-produced single “Cody Macc.” His debut mixtape Nothin’ Personal then arrived in January 2016. Later that year, Issa Rae shouted out Cozz in episode 4 of the first season of her HBO series Insecure.