With the release of her third Album, Cuz I Love You, Houston-based rapper Lizzo has reached the big time. Her debut album, Lizzobangers, was released in 2013 while Big Grrrl Small World was released in 2015. While both were well received critically, and indie darlings, neither of those albums blew up like her latest, which was her first on a major label. It appears that the three years working on her 33 minute album has has paid off. In addition to strong reviews, the biggest sign of success may be that her tour has been extended to a second leg, which kicks off in the fall, and includes stops at big-time venues, including Radio City Music Hall in New York City and Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. The additional 25 dates complement the current leg of the tour, which runs through July.
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While Cuz I Love You was technically released this month, the first single "Juice" was released in January and claimed the charts quickly. The single became Lizzo's first major commercial hit, reaching 17 on Billboard's US Digital R&B/Hip-Hop list. Metacritic gives Cuz I love you a rating of 81 out of 100, and it seems that demand for tickets is following suite, with the first leg of the tour sold out, and tickets on the secondary market hovering around $100 for general admission tickets.
According to Thrillest: Lizzo is basically everywhere right now, and for good reason: Her music, simply, slaps. She is incredibly adept at churning out songs that are exuberant and funky, perfect for dancing when you need a boost or if you're just feeling yourself.
Rolling Stones Says of the album: No filler here—just 33 minutes of twerk-core, hip-hop self-love anthems, torchy soul ballads, plus the occasional moment where she busts out her inner Tull to play flute hero
While fans had a chance to see Lizzo touring in 2017 as part of her Good as Hell Tour, more fans have likely seen her live at festivals, where she has played some of the biggest festival brands across the country including JayZ's Made In America, South By Southwest, Bonnaroo, Boston Calling and Hangout festival, and most recently Coachella. The second leg of Cuz I love you, however, is a big step forward for the Houston-born and Minneapolis-based artists, and an opportunity for fans to be able to make the claim that they saw Lizzo before she became a household name.
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