Ice Spice is gearing up for her debut album ‘Y2K’ with a world tour, and she’s bringing fellow Bronx artist Cash Cobain along for the ride.

Starting in July in Denmark, the 24-date tour will take Ice Spice across Europe for several festival appearances before bringing her back to the U.S., where she’ll perform in major cities like Philadelphia, New York City, Washington, D.C., among others, and will wrap up in Miami in August.

Fans can also expect to see her boyfriend and in-house producer, RIOTUSA, who will be joining her as the tour’s DJ. Tickets are set to go on sale this Friday (June 7) at 10 am local time.

Earlier this week, Ice Spice revealed the release date and cover art for ‘Y2K.’ In the artwork, she stands against a graffiti-tagged street wall, complete with a custom subway sign and a Y2K-branded trashcan. True to her ‘Munch’ hitmaker persona, she’s pictured with her back facing the camera.

In her album announcement post, Ice Spice wrote, “HIIIII >.< Y2K ☆ THE ALBUM WILL BE DROPPING JULY 26TH !!!! pre-save the link in my bio now."

Over the past few months, Ice Spice has been busy releasing singles like ‘Pretty Girl’ with Rema, ‘Think U the Shit (Fart),’ and ‘Gimmie a Light,’ which samples Sean Paul.

In an interview with Zane Lowe, she credited her mother with inspiring the album’s nostalgic Y2K theme. “Thankfully, I had my mom, so growing up I’d see her really embody the Y2K aesthetic in its truest form,” she said. “It’s duck nails, it’s a tramp stamp. It’s brown lip liner no matter where you go. So thankfully I had her as my inspo growing up. And of course, just like the internet, you feel me? Just like anyone else.”

‘Y2K’ will be Ice Spice’s second bundle of songs, following last year’s ‘Like..?’ EP. Her tour dates include stops in cities like Roskilde, Gdynia, Vienna, London, and many more. Notable U.S. stops include The Anthem in Washington, D.C., The Fillmore Detroit, and The Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater, among others.

Ice Spice’s world tour is shaping up to be a major event as she promotes her debut album ‘Y2K.’ With Cash Cobain and RIOTUSA supporting her, fans are in for a treat when the tour kicks off in July. Don’t miss your chance to see her live!

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