Currently, Smino is gearing up for another night on the road supporting SZA on her Ctrl tour.
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But before they hit The Ballroom in Houston this evening, the Chicago via St. Louis stunner has taken a moment to toast his 26th birthday with an infectious new loosie. Late last night, Smino relinquished a sunny Sango collaboration that offers the best of both respective worlds. “Sorbet” commences with a voicemail from fellow Chicago transplant, Akenya, warmly wishing Smino a happy one, before launching into some Sango-helmed tropicalia that should keep at least the memory of summer alive and well in this first week of autumnal feels. It’s Smino’s first solo track since the release of his critically-lauded debut album blkswn at the top of the year, following through Monte Booker and Ravyn Lenae (also supporting SZA on tour this fall) on collaborative one-offs.
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Hear Smino and Sango’s “Sorbet” below and hit the link to revisit blkswn via iTunes today.
October 3rd – Houston, TX @ The Ballroom
October 7th – Miami, FL^
October 8th – Tampa, FL
October 9th – Atlanta, GA
October 11th – Greensboro, NC @ Cone Denim Entertainment Center
December 8th – Norfolk, VA
December 9th – Baltimore, MD
December 11th – New York, NY
December 13th – Cleveland, OH
December 15th – Indianapolis, IN
December 16th – Louisville, KY
December 17th – St. Louis, MO
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