A pair of North Carolina natives have announced they will soon hit the road together for their joint Spring tour dates, starting in April 2016. R&B/Soul singers Fantasia (Barrino) and Anthony Hamilton posted the exciting news on their Instagram pages, announcing which cities will experience the Rock Soul and Yes I'm Coming Home event.
Fantasia took to Instagram on Tuesday March 1 to post this promo photo of her and Hamilton, who will soon take their amazing talents and vocal skills to ten major cities starting this April.
A photo posted by No Time For It (@tasiasword) on Mar 1, 2016 at 6:29am PST
Captioned with the words that Barrino often uses to describe her unique sound, "rock soul," combined with the title "Coming Home," the lead single from Hamilton's holiday album, Home for the Holidays, the former American Idol winner introduced fans to what they can expect beginning April 21 in Buffalo, NY. According to B. Scott, the pair will hit ten cities including Detroit, Chicago, Baltimore, Columbus, Newark and more. The tour will conclude in Los Angeles on May 20 with Fantasia closing out the show. The pair plan to rotate who opens and closes each show within each new city, and according to Hamilton's tweet video, they both plan on performing all of their hit songs and doing some real sangin' and shoutin'.
Me and @tasiasword are going on tour together! Visit https://t.co/bpflClrTZ9 to see the dates. pic.twitter.com/6HeGbQ4gGw — Anthony Hamilton (@HamiltonAnthony) February 29, 2016
A video posted by No Time For It (@tasiasword) on Feb 29, 2016 at 7:17am PST
The tour comes on the heels of Fantasia's new single, "No Time For It," which will be featured on her fifth studio album that is currently underway, according to The YBF. The Brian Kennedy penned single expresses how dealing with drama and any type of negativity is something that the Greensboro, NC native has no time for these days.
Hamilton is also keeping himself busy and releasing new music and also just participated in the final "In Performance at the White House," where he sang a duet with Andra Day in honor of the late Ray Charles. He recently joined the hosts of The Real where he performed his latest single "Amen" off the forthcoming album What I'm Feelin'.