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Khalid Announces Debut Album ‘American Teen’ + Drops New Track “Saved”

Khalid Announces Debut Album ‘American Teen’ + Drops New Track “Saved”


First Look Friday: Chucotown's Own Khalid Is The Future of Millennial R&B

The up and coming singer Khalid is back with a new track called “Saved.” The Texas native has also announced the release of his debut album. The project, which is titled American Teen, will be out on March 3rd via Right Hand Music Group/RCA Records. Khalid also announced a tour a few weeks back. It kicked off in Chicago on January 12th and will head to Detroit, New York, Atlanta, Toronto, San Francisco, Europe and more. Scroll down to peep dates and locations. If you missed it, definitely check out our First Friday profile on Khalid by heading here. Listen to Khalid’s new track “Saved” via Soundcloud below and stay tuned for more info regarding Khalid’s upcoming debut album American Teen.

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Khalid The Location Tour Dates:
SAT 1/14 The Shelter Detroit, MI
SUN 1/15 Velvet Underground Toronto, ON
MON 1/16 Middle East Boston, MA
THU 1/19 SOB’s New York, NY
FRI 1/20 The Foundry Philadelphia, PA
SAT 1/21 Songbyrd Washington, D.C.
SUN 1/22 Metro Gallery Baltimore, MD
WED 1/25 Vinyl Atlanta, GA
FRI 1/27 Bronze Peacock Houston, TX
SUN 1/29 Cambridge Room Dallas, TX
WED 2/1 Larimer Lounge Denver, CO
FRI 2/3 Launch Pad Albuquerque, NM
SAT 2/4 Tricky Falls El Paso, TX
TUE 2/7 Club Red Phoenix/Tuscon, AZ
WED 2/8 The Roxy Los Angeles, CA
FRI 2/10 House of Blues-Voo Doo Room San Diego, CA
SAT 2/11 Constellation Room Santa Ana, CA
SUN 2/12 Social San Francisco, CA
TUE 2/14 Harlows Sacramento, CA
TUE 2/21 Berghain Kantine Berlin, Germany
FRI 2/24 Maroquinerie Paris, France
SAT 2/25 Bitterzoet Amsterdam, Netherlands
MON 2/27 Hoxton’s Bar and Kitchen London, United Kingdom


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