News: Becky G joins Jason Derulo tour2 min read
(U.S) Becky G will join Jason Derulo’s Talk Dirty tour which kicks off on October 21 at the Starland Ballroom, New Jersey and wraps on November 2 at Miami’s Filmore.
Becky’s latest single ‘Shower’ has sold over half a million units and her performances on NBC’s Today Show and FOX’s Teen Choice Awards earned her high praise.
The music video for ‘Shower’ premiered earlier this summer and was presented exclusively in partnership with COVERGIRL.
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Becky is one of CoverGirl’s newest and youngest faces, and won the “Best New Artist” award on Radio Disney Music Awards. She has also scored her first #1 single ‘Can’t Get Enough’ feat. Pitbull on Latin Billboard Charts. Additionally, Becky wrapped her first major support tour with Austin Mahone and appeared on the cover of the April/May issue of Girls’ Life Magazine.
Becky G is a 17-year-old singer, songwriter, and rapper who is signed with Kemosabe/RCA Records. She is currently in the studio finishing her debut album.
BECKY G ON TALK DIRTY TOUR DATES:
10/21 Sayreville, NJ Starland Ballroom
10/22 New York, NY Best Buy Theater
10/24 Boston, MA Orpheum
10/26 Wallingford, CT The Dome @ Oakdale
10/28 Silver Springs, MD Fillmore
10/29 Myrtle Beach, SC House of Blues
10/30 Atlanta, GA Tabernacle
11/1 St. Petersburg, FL Jannus Live
11/2 Miami, FL Fillmore
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