Valee shares new song, announces tour with G.O.O.D Music labelmate Sheck Wes
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It’s no secret that GOOD Music label head Kanye West is under a ton of pressure these days.

Though West has garnered more than his fair share of criticism for his questionable views as of late, that hasn’t stopped his label from pumping out more than political ramblings. One such commodity has been Valee, a Chicago-born rapper that is quickly gaining notoriety, and not for politics, either.

Valee is a product of Chicago’s legendary underground scene, the same one that produced the controversial West. Recently, Valee has come above ground, releasing the vibrant GOOD Job, You Found Me EP that should be a staple among those looking for solid, Midwestern-based rap goodness.

One of the singles from that EP was “Womp Womp,” which is just as fun as it sounds. Teaming up with fellow Chicago artist Jeremih, the fast-paced, thumping beat doesn’t let its listener out of its grasp and would make for the perfect summertime jam.

The single should get fans excited for one of the most anticipated summer tours this year. The M.A.S.H Tour, featuring another up-and-comer in Sheck Wes, will make stops in major cities all over America, from Seattle to the Twin Cities, and for those who want a little more “Womp Womp” in their life, here is the complete info on how fans can see this “GOOD” artist live and in person.

Keep in mind that all dates and venues are subject to change.

June 8 -- Seattle, WA -- The Showbox (Click here for tickets)
June 11 -- Sacramento, CA -- The Boardwalk
June 12 -- San Francisco, CA -- Slim’s (Click here for tickets)
June 13 -- Los Angeles, CA -- The Roxy Theatre (Click here for tickets)
June 15 -- Santa Ana, CA -- The Observatory
June 16 -- Phoenix, AZ -- Club Red
June 17 -- Albuquerque, NM -- Sunshine Theatre
June 18 -- Denver, CO -- Bluebird Theatre (Click here for tickets)
June 20 -- Dallas, TX -- Trees
June 22 -- Houston, TX -- The Studio
June 24 -- Atlanta, GA -- The Masquerade
June 26 -- Washington, DC -- Union Stage
June 27 -- Philadelphia, PA -- The Foundery
June 28 -- Cambridge, MA -- Middle East
July 1 -- Pittsburgh, PA -- Foxtail
July 2 -- Detroit, MI -- The Shelter
July 5 -- Milwaukee, WI -- The Rave/Eagles Club
July 6 -- Chicago, IL -- House of Blues
July 7 --  Minneapolis, MN -- Varsity Theater