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YG, Jeremih and some 'special guests' will also perform at the annual festival which this year is taking place at Toronto's Molson Canadian Amphitheater on August 2-3.
The massive tour, which comes to support the rapper's newest album '2014 Forest Hills Drive', opens on March 3 and will run through August 23.
The tour, which is opening on March 2 in Eugene, Or. and finishing on April 7 in Providence, Ri, comes in support of the rapper's 2014 chart-topping album '2014 Forest Hills Drive'.
The raunchy track follows the YG-assisted banger 'Don't Tell Em' that reached No. 6 on Billboard Hot 100.
The rapper's newest album bumps Taylor Swift's '1989' from the chart's top slot with 354,000 in pure album sales and 21,000 in track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA).
The rapper rides his bike through the streets of Manhattan at night and makes a stop to admire some BMWs at a showroom in the music video.
On the track set to appear on his upcoming album, the rapper blasts white musicians in hip-hop, saying they've 'snatched the sound' of black artists.
The album includes 13 tracks including one titled 'January 28th' which is a nod to the rapper's birthday.
The album, set for December 9, is titled after the address of the rapper's childhood home in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
The singer/actress, who previously was criticized for urging for peace and unity following clashes in Ferguson, Missouri, joined other protesters in the area over the weekend.
The rapper initially used a photo of Michael Brown's body for the song's artwork, but he changed it to respect Brown's mother.
Also making a surprise appearance during Jay Electonica's headlining set is Mac Miller, who joins him for 'Suplexes Inside of Complexes and Duplexes'.
The video for the song, which originally appeared in the star's 2009 mixtape 'The Warm Up', was shot back in August 2008 by director BB Gun.
The cinematic music video follows a boy who finds out that his mother is cheating on his dad with the rapper.
During the Compton MC's set, Diddy performs 'All About the Benjamins' and his verse on the remix of Future's 'Same Damn Time'.