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Philly Hip-Hop duo Chiddy Bang kick headlining US tour

Breakout electro inspired hip-hop duo Chiddy Bang has announced its first US headline dates.  This Philly duo will hit the West Coast on their the “Opposite of Adults” tour in support of their much-buzzed about first single and EP of the same title, both available now on iTunes.   Chiddy Bang hits the States after a successful 20 city UK tour.

Featuring performances by The Pack, XV and 2am Club, the 15 city tour kicks off on June 6 in Seattle and ends June 23 in San Francisco.  The Opposite of Adults Tour is tentatively scheduled to extend into the Midwest and East Coast starting in August.  Chiddy Bang has also been added to the line up of several high profile festivals including Lollapalooza and the UK Festivals Glastonbury, Reading and Leeds.

Chiddy Bang’s four track EP, Opposite of Adults, will be exclusively available from May 18-May 31 on the iTunes Store as part of their “Next Big Thing” promotion, and will be available to all US retailers beginning June 1 through Virgin Records/EMI Music.

See here for tour dates, info on the upcoming EP and album and more.   Check out the video that’s got the music world buzzing below:

Opposite Of Adults

Chiddy Bang | MySpace Music Videos

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