West Coast veteran producer/emcee Big Hutch (a/k/a Cold187um) of famed Pomona, California group Above The Law is the latest Hip Hop artist to benefit from Michigan’s Insane Clown Posse. The former artist signed to Ruthless, Tommy Boy and Death Row Records will open for the independent duo on their American Psycho Tour.
The dates are as follows:
|Mon, 10/03/11||Boise, ID||Knitting Factory Concert House||6:00PM||Tickets|
|Tue, 10/04/11||Portland, OR||Roseland Theatre||7:00PM||Tickets|
|Wed, 10/05/11||Chico, CA||Senator Theatre||7:00PM||Tickets|
|Thu, 10/06/11||Reno, NV||Knitting Factory Concert House||7:00PM||Tickets|
|Mon, 10/07/11||Anaheim, CA||The Grove of Anaheim||7:00PM||Tickets|
|Fri, 10/28/11||Columbus, OH||LC Pavilion (Indoor Stage)||7:00PM||Tickets|
|Sat, 10/29/11||Milwaukee, WI||Eagles Ballroom||6:00PM||Tickets|
|Sun, 10/30/11||Noblesville, ID||Verizon Wireless Music Center||6:00PM||Tickets|
|Mon, 10/31/11||Detroi, MI||The Fillmore||6:00PM||Tickets|
Hutch has recorded with ICP previously, along with fellow West Coast emcees such as Snoop Dogg and Paris.
Additionally, HipHopDX exclusively learned that Above The Law is recording Victims Of Global Politics. Due in January, this is ATL’s first album since 2009’s Sex, Money & Music, which featured longtime affiliate Kokane. The album’s single, “The Takeover,” will release with a video next month.