Hip-hop act Moses Uvere will be hitting the road for late summer, early fall with Theophilus the Scholar and DJ Stibs. Check out the dates below, and jam his hit, “We Ready.”

Aug. 1
Waukegan, IL
Amistad Christiana

Aug. 6
Saginaw, MI
Coleman Temple

Aug. 9
Flint, MI
EL Shaddai A.G

Aug. 10
Saginaw, MI
The Connexion

Aug. 11
St. Croix Falls, WI
New Life Christian Community

Aug. 16
San Antonio, TX
Mountain of Faith W.C.

Aug. 23
Nashville, TN
Rocketown

Sept. 1
Denton, TX
Southmont B.C.

Sept. 17 & 18
San Angelo
House of Faith

Oct. 27
Colleyville, TX
Crown of Life

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