Events

Winter Jam Tour 2022
Jan 27, 2022
7:00PM
Peoria Civic Center
Peoria, IL
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Jan 28, 2022
7:00PM
Gainbridge Fieldhouse
Indianapolis, IN
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Jan 29, 2022
6:00PM
Rupp Arena
Lexington, KY
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Jan 30, 2022
6:00PM
EMU Convocation Center
Ypsilanti, MI
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Feb 4, 2022
7:00PM
Mitchell Center
Mobile, AL
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Feb 5, 2022
6:00PM
Thompson-Boling Arena
Knoxville, TN
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Feb 6, 2022
6:00PM
Bojangles' Coliseum
Charlotte, NC
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Feb 10, 2022
7:00PM
INTRUST Bank Arena
Wichita, KS
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Feb 11, 2022
7:00PM
T-Mobile Center
Kansas City, MO
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Feb 12, 2022
6:00PM
BOK Center
Tulsa, OK
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Feb 17, 2022
7:00PM
Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
Fort Wayne, IN
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Feb 18, 2022
7:00PM
Van Andel Arena
Grand Rapids, MI
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Feb 19, 2022
6:00PM
Bridgestone Arena
Nashville, TN
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Feb 20, 2022
6:00PM
BancorpSouth Arena
Tupelo, MS
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Feb 25, 2022
7:00PM
Colonial Life Arena
Columbia, SC
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Feb 26, 2022
6:00PM
Greensboro Coliseum
Greensboro, NC
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Feb 27, 2022
6:00PM
Gas South Arena
Atlanta, GA
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Mar 4, 2022
7:00PM
Bryce Jordan Center
State College, PA
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Mar 5, 2022
6:00PM
Heritage Bank Center (formerly U.S. Bank Arena)
Cincinnati, OH
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Mar 6, 2022
6:00PM
Landers Center
Southaven, MS
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Mar 11, 2022
7:00PM
Bon Secours Wellness Arena
Greenville, SC
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Mar 12, 2022
6:00PM
Legacy Arena at the BJCC
Birmingham, AL
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Mar 13, 2022
6:00PM
Family Arena
St. Louis, MO
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Mar 17, 2022
7:00PM
Santander Arena
Reading, PA
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Mar 18, 2022
7:00PM
Chartway Arena
Norfolk, VA
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Mar 19, 2022
6:00PM
PNC Arena
Raleigh, NC
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Mar 20, 2022
6:00PM
Freedom Hall
Louisville, KY
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Mar 24, 2022
7:00PM
JQH Arena
Springfield, MO
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Mar 25, 2022
7:00PM
Brookshire Grocery Arena
Bossier City, LA
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Mar 26, 2022
6:00PM
Paycom Center
Oklahoma City, OK
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Mar 27, 2022
6:00PM
Credit Union of Texas Event Center
Allen, TX
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Bio

Three studio releases in and KB is at his creative zenith. For years, the Tampa native has been something of an outlier in hip-hop, firmly placing a thumb print on the game while invoking the power of spiritual conviction. His lyricism is impassioned and astute, and he won’t be bent against his will. Given his commanding presence and consistent output, it comes as no surprise that the world has taken notice. The track “100” from the EP of the same name, took home the Dove Award for Rap/Hip-Hop Song of the Year in 2014. And his last LP, 2015’s Tomorrow We Live, garnered both critical and commercial acclaim, earning a Stellar Award nomination for Rap/Hip-Hop Gospel CD of the Year and debuting on the Billboard charts as the No.1 Christian Album and the No. 4 Rap Album overall.

Now in 2017—with the world in a social and political frenzy—KB is redefining what rebellion truly means. Today We Rebel, his third full-length album with Reach Records, is an exercise in zeal and imagination. No-frills, no filler. Just raw, uncut transparency through and through. KB follows his artistic impulses to great effect, lending his take on terms that are dominating the cultural conversation.

“To me, resistance carries with it a certain posture,” KB says. “The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion."

From start to finish, the 14-track album is chock-full of wordplay, intricate flows, and chest-pounding production. Sonically, it’s a mixture of emotion and aggression, which KB describes as “cinematic trap.” It comes across effortlessly, which is a testament to KB’s grind and respect for the craft. The hard-hitting lead single “Monster,” featuring Aha Gazelle and produced by Halo Hitz and Cardec, showcases KB’s verbal dexterity: “This ain’t my first rodeo/check my portfolio,” he spits. On “Not Today Satan” KB and Andy Mineo both deliver the goods, trading verses about the need to shun evil in order to maximize your witness and calling. Produced by Cardec and Cobra, the track has an anthem-like feel, its bounce and musicality begging to be performed live.

All throughout Today We Rebel, you can feel the urgency in KB’s tone. “It’s a lot more introspective,” he offers. “The older you get, the more aware you become of the human struggle, and the struggle in your own heart.” This kind of clarity is what makes KB such a necessary voice for today, a vessel to be poured out for this generation. “I’m just a man being honest about the world as he sees it.”

The Mykallife-produced “DNOU” has KB flexing his skill over an infectious piano loop. “Boy, don’t nobody own us” he roars, his smooth cadence riding the beat expertly. There’s no question that this is KB at his most self-actualized; a man who understands his mission and is compelled to motivate others to do the same. “I couldn’t stop if I tried,” he says. “And I want to rebel against anything that would ever threaten to slow me down or get in the way of my progress.”

When it’s said and done, Today We Rebel is KB drawing a line in the sand. It provides ammunition to help us confront the anxiety of the times. And KB lays it all out, serving as a reminder that we’re at our best when we are truly free, “I understand now more than ever that my allegiance is to the kingdom, first and foremost. Everything falls second to that.”