Bino Rideaux, the South Central L.A. rapper and Nipsey Hussle protege whose SORRY 4 THA WAIT II arrived in stores on July 1st via Def Jam Recordings and became his second consecutive project to debut at #1 on the Billboard Heatseekers Albums chart, now announces the “Sorry 4 Tha Wait II Tour,” with tickets on-sale today.
The 5-week, 18-city “Sorry 4 Tha Wait II Tour,” Bino’s second headlining tour, kicks off September 7th at the House Of Blues in San Diego, and wraps up at Subterranean in Chicago on October 11th. (Please see complete itinerary and ticket sale details below.)
S4TWII (the follow up to Bino’s Sorry 4 Tha Wait mixtape of 2019) includes his current single + video releases “Outta Line” featuring Ty Dolla $Ign, and “Tied To Me,” which dropped yesterday. S4TWII also contains star-studded features by long-time collaborators Drakeo, Roddy Ricch and more.
With his one-two punch of laidback flows and hypnotic melodies that have amassed over a quarter-billion streams and nearly a half-million followers, 29-year old Bino Rideaux has not-so-quietly been shaping the next era of West Coast hip-hop. His seven year journey to the top tier crystalized during 2021, with a non-stop string of single + video releases that started in June with “Got To Know It,” which was featured in the Def Jam podcast, Here Comes the Break.
After first teaming up with fellow 21st century West Coast force of nature BLXST for the critically acclaimed Sixtape in 2019, the pair returned in 2021 with Sixtape 2, which spun off the “Pop Out” single + video in July. It was the prelude to Bino’s 6-week, 18-city “On My Soul” fall tour of North America (with special guests BlueBuck$Clan and Coot Corleone), every date sold-out in advance record time. The “On My Soul” tour kicked off in September with a two-night hometown stand at The Novo in downtown Los Angeles. That same weekend, Bino dropped a new single + video, “No Makeup” featuring King Combs.
Pegged as one of Rolling Stone’s “Breakthrough 25,” Billboard championed Bino in its tally of “6 LA Rappers to Watch in 2021” and went on to describe him as “the brightest star to emerge from that orbit.” Meanwhile, KAZI christened him “one of the West Coast’s most exciting new talents.” With the release of his upcoming debut album, SORRY FOR THA WAIT II, Bino Rideaux has clearly come a long way since his first indie project back in 2015, Life Is Like A Movie, recorded out of a D.I.Y. studio in his grandmother’s house.