Making major moves and leaving a lasting impact on culture, multiplatinum R&B iconoclast, style icon, and entrepreneur Brent Faiyaz has initiated an unprecedented partnership with UnitedMasters. He signs a recording partnership with the company and starts a new creative agency as a hub and home for his independent endeavors. This turns the page on his next chapter and ignites a bold new era in the process.
About this alliance, UnitedMasters C.E.O. and Founder Steve Stoute commented, “Brent Faiyaz is one of the most prolific Independent artists today and we are extremely excited to embark on this new partnership with him. It’s been inspiring to watch his journey as an artist over the years and with this partnership, we look to further amplify his creative vision and support his entrepreneurial ambitions.”
To celebrate the news, Faiyaz also reveals the dates and details for his 2023 worldwide headline tour, F*ck The World, It’s a Wasteland. It kicks off on July 16 in Washington, DC at Broccoli City Festival, and visits major markets worldwide including Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, Miami, London, Milan, and Berlin before coming to an end on November 19 in Paris, FR. Tickets go on sale everywhere Friday, May 5 HERE.
Check out the full tour itinerary below.
Additionally, he just shared the music video for his infectious song “Rolling Stone.” The visual channels classic film noir, with its shadowy black-and-white palette and mysterious narrative. Faiyaz threads it all together with his signature vocals and lyrical confessions such as “I still got demons from my younger days. I wish I could shake ‘em but they follow me,” which prove apropos in the clip.
Watch it HERE.
He will be on the road in support of his universally acclaimed 2022 opus, WASTELAND, which has already generated nearly 1 billion streams and counting in addition to bowing at #2 on the Billboard 200.
It’s Brent Faiyaz’s next phase, and nothing will be the same.
7/16 Washington, DC Broccoli City Festival
7/25 Denver, CO The Mission Ballroom
7/27 Chicago, IL The Salt Shed
8/1 Toronto, ON History
8/6 New York, NY Central Park Summerstage
8/9 Boston, MA MGM Music Hall at Fenway
8/12 Miami, FL James L. Knight Center
8/16 Orlando, FL Dr. Phillips Center
8/19 Sacramento, CA Sol Blume
8/22 New Orleans, LA Orpheum Theater
8/23 Houston, TX 713 Music Hall
8/24 Dallas, TX The Factory Deep Ellum
8/31 San Francisco, CA The Masonic
9/1 Oakland, CA Fox Theater
9/3 Las Vegas, NV The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
9/15 Los Angeles, CA YouTube Theater
10/16 Leeds, UK O2 Academy Leeds
10/19 Manchester, UK O2 Apollo
10/21 Glasgow, UK O2 Academy Glasgow
10/23 Birmingham, UK O2 Academy
10/25 London, UK Eventim Apollo
11/1 Utrecht, Netherlands TivoliVredenburg
11/3 Stockholm, Sweden Banankompaniet
11/5 Copenhagen, Denmark Vega
11/8 Oslo, Norway Rockefeller Music Hall
11/10 Berlin, Germany Tempodrom
11/12 Milan, Italy Fabrique
11/14 Barcelona, Spain Razzmatazz
11/17 Cologne, Germany Palladium
11/19 Paris, France Elysee Montmartre
Photo Credit: Mark Pangilinan (@markpeaced)