Rick Ross announces star-studded tour with 2 Chainz, T.I., Lil Kim and more

"Feed the Streetz Tour 2020: Living Legendz Edition" tour will kick off on April 24 at State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia.

The tour will find the Florida MC performing in various venues across the United States alongside fellow rappers 2 Chainz, T.I., Yo Gotti, Lil Kim, Jeezy and Boosie Badazz.

On the heels of his recent collaboration with Ross on his return single "350," DJ Drama will serve as the official tour DJ for most of the dates, which will find the "living legendz" taking the stage in Houston, Brooklyn, Los Angeles and Chicago.

Additional dates for the "Feed The Streetz Tour 2020: Living Legendz Edition" will be announced in the coming weeks, with organizer We Are Live Entertainment teasing guest appearances for more rap and hip-hop heavyweights.

In addition to hitting the road during "Feed The Streetz Tour," Ross has been announced as the first headliner for Canalside's 2020 summer concert series.

'Da Boss' will perform on July 18 at Canalside in Buffalo, New York, with tickets already available for the Eventbrite-hosted event.

Ross released his most recent and tenth studio album, "Port Miami 2," in August 2019.

The full-length, which serves as a sequel to 2006's "Port Miami," features contributions by Summer Walker, Meek Mill, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Denzel Curry, John Legend, Lil Wayne, Drake and the late Nipsey Hussle among others.

"'Port of Miami 1' being everything I built the empire on, just me coming back. And I wanna have that challenge of comparing it because to me, ultimately, I just wanna be even sharper than I was back then," Ross said of his latest studio album on Big Boy's Neighborhood radio show last July.

Last February, the rapper collaborated with Raphael Saadiq and former Miami Heat shooting guard Dwyane Wade for the standalone single "Season Ticket Holder," which arrived on the heels of the NBA's annual All Star Weekend.

While working on new music, Ross has also ventured into the book industry with his first memoir, "Hurricanes."

The book, co-written with Neil Martinez-Belkin, finds the rapper chronicling his life story in its entirety, including "his scuffles in the streets and in the industry, the seizures, the drive-by shootings and the 2015 arrest on kidnapping and assault charges."