Lizzo is Ready to Be Loved in LA: Singer and rapper (and flutist) Lizzo released her fourth album Special this year, and it’s a record that has only seen her star continue to rise. This continues to be a golden period for female hip-hop artists, and Lizzo is a leading light.

Her most recent single is “2 Be Loved (Am I Ready),” released in August, taken from Special.

A press release reads, “After an interrupted wedding in the music video for Lizzo’s 7x Platinum ‘Truth Hurts,’ the 3x GRAMMY® Award-winning, RIAA multi-platinum certified superstar is giving love another chance in her brand-new ‘2 Be Loved (Am I Ready)’ video featuring Tyson Beckford, streaming now via YouTube HERE. The single that sees Lizzo challenging herself to accept the love she deserves can be found on her latest album SPECIAL, available everywhere now via Nice Life Recording Company/Atlantic Records HERE.”

“Recently nominated for 4 MTV Video Music Awards including ‘Artist Of The Year’ and ‘Song Of The Year,’ Lizzo was also announced today as a performer at the Sunday, August 28th awards show. Set to perform ‘2 Be Loved,’ the VMAs marks one of her many recent TV appearances including Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, a double duty hosting and performance gig on Saturday Night Live, the 2022 BET Awards, and more.”

Of the tour: “The Special Tour gets underway September 23 at Sunrise, FL’s FLA Live Arena and then travels through mid-November with support from special guests Latto and Saucy Santana on select dates. Due to overwhelming demand, additional shows in New York at Madison Square Garden, Los Angeles at the Kia Forum, and Portland at Moda Center were recently added to the tour. For complete dates and remaining ticket availability, please visit www.lizzomusic.com/tour.”

Lizzo is Ready to Be Loved in LA: The event takes place at 8 p.m. on Friday, November 18 and Saturday, November 19 at the Kia Forum.














































































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