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Tems Unveils Debut Album Release Date and World Tour

Get ready for a thrilling musical journey because Tems just dropped major news! On Friday (May 10), Tems revealed the release date for her highly anticipated debut album, Born in the Wild, along with the dates for her upcoming world tour.

Born in the Wild is set to hit the airwaves on June 7, 2024, via Since ’93/RCA Records. Tems took to Instagram to share her excitement, stating, “This is my most special moment. Everything I have I put into this. Thank you all so much for believing in me. BORN IN THE WILD. JUNE 7th.” Her post also unveiled the stunning album artwork.


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Following her debut performance of the single “Love Me JeJe” at Coachella in April, a reimagining of Nigerian singer-songwriter Seyi Sodimu’s 1997 hit, Tems has been on a roll. Last year, she treated fans to two hit singles: “Me & U” and “Not an Angel.”


But that’s not all – Tems is taking her music across the globe with the Born in the Wild World Tour, joined by special guests Naomi Sharon and Lekan. The 31-date journey kicks off at London’s Eventim Apollo on June 12 and spans Europe, North America, Africa, and Asia, concluding with three dates in Australia in November. Tickets go on sale next Friday, May 17, at 10 a.m. Don’t miss out!


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As the era of Tems’ debut album begins, the excitement continues to build with the announcement of her world tour. Get ready for an unforgettable musical experience!

List of Tems ‘Born in the Wild’ World Tour Dates and Locations:

  1. JUN 12 – EVENTIM APOLLO, London, United Kingdom
  2. JUN 15 – L’OLYMPIA, Paris, France
  3. JUL 04 – SENTRUM SCENE, Oslo, Norway
  4. JUL 08- TEMPODROM, Berlin, Germany
  5. JUL 10- CARLSWERK VICTORIA, Cologne, Germany
  6. JUL 12- PARADISO, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  7. AUG 22- THE FILLMORE MIAMI BEACH, Miami, Florida
  8. AUG 24- HARD ROCK CAFE, Orlando, Florida
  10. AUG 28- 713 MUSIC HALL, Houston, Texas
  11. AUG 30- COCA-COLA ROXY, Atlanta, Georgia
  12. SEP 01- THE ANTHEM, Washington, District of Columbia
  13. SEP 03- THE MET PHILADELPHIA, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  14. SEP 05- RADIO CITY HALL, New York, New York
  15. SEP 07- HISTORY, Toronto, Canada
  16. SEP 11- AGGANIS ARENA, Boston, Massachusetts
  17. SEP 13- L’OLYMPIA, Montreal, Canada
  18. SEP 15- BYLINE BANK ARAGON BALLROOM, Chicago, Illinois
  19. SEP 17- THE MISSION BALLROOM, Denver, Colorado
  20. SEP 22- QUEEN ELIZABETH THEATRE, Vancouver, Canada
  21. SEP 25- SHOWBOX SODO, Seattle, Washington
  22. SEP 27- THE WARFIELD, San Francisco, California
  23. SEP 29- THE THEATRE AT VIRGIN HOTELS, Las Vegas, Nevada
  24. OCT 01- THE GREEK THEATRE, Los Angeles, California
  25. NOV 09- MARGARET COURT ARENA, Melbourne, Australia
  26. NOV 12- FORTITUDE MUSIC HALL, Brisbane, Australia
  27. NOV 15- THE HORDERN PAVILION, Sydney, Australia

Stay tuned for updates on tour dates in Africa and Asia, coming soon!


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