By AB Contributor Writer | September 15, 2022

The renowned Mexican rapper Dharius kicked off his U.S. Tour this past weekend with his colleague rappers CKan, Mc Davo and Tiro Loko, performing in Omaha, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Indianapolis and Chicago at the legendary House of Blues with sold out shows. The tour will continue through October 26, performing in more than 30 cities.

Dharius fans have chanted from beginning to end the hits Lírica Onírica, La Raja, Mala Fama- Buena Vidha, Todos en La Cuadra Bien Locos, La Durango, Hey Morra, Qué Buen Fiestón and Serenata Pop, among other.

Dharius is currently promoting his 3rd and most recent studio album, Cuando Todo Acaba (When it All Ends), which already has over 107 million plays on Spotify, was recorded between Los Angeles, CA and his hometown Monterrey, Mexico and produced by Mauricio Garza.

Three years have passed since his previous album Mala Fama, Buena Vidha, time that allowed Dharius to move towards independence launching his own label and to release singles such Todos En La Cuadra Bien Locos, Espejismo, El Pasado Está Olvidado, 16 Toneladas, Arenosos and El Loquerón, which are part of the seventeen songs that make up the new album, in which Dharius with a different and very personal narrative, in addition to his characteristic simplicity and irreverent aesthetics, illustrates the depth and limits of the human being.

Todos en la Cuadra Bien Locos is an anthem that since its release has symbolized the union in national hip hop. With the participation of C-Kan, GeraMX, Santa Fe Klan and Neto Peña, it gave way to a series of collaborations that today are characteristic of the scene. His video already has more than 94 million views on Youtube alone.

His honesty, freshness and breadth make it clear who is who in the scene. More than 20 years after starting his career, and almost 10 years as a soloist, Dharius is currently recognized as a great reference for many young talents who are just starting out.

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US TOUR – 2022

Sep 14 – Indianapolis, IN – Old National Centre

Sep 15 – Buffalo, NY – Iron Works

Sep 16 – Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club

Sep 17 – New York, NY – Irving Plaza

Sep 18 – Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Arts

Sep 21 – Washington, DC – Union Stage

Sep 22 – Raleigh, NC – The Ritz

Sep 23 – Atlanta, GA – Buckhead Theatre

Sep 24 – Orlando, FL – House of Blues

Sep 25 – Miami, FL – La Scala de Miami

Sep 26 – Jacksonville, FL – Underbelly

Sep 27 – Birmingham, AL – Megasol

Sep 28 – Memphis, TN – Blue Moon Event Center

Sep 29 – New Orleans, LA – House of Blues

Sep 30 – Laredo, TX – Club C

Oct 1 – Mission, TX – La Catedral

Oct 2 – San Antonio, TX – Aztec Theatre

Oct 3 – Houston, TX – Warehouse Live

Oct 5 – Dallas, TX – Echo House

Oct 6 – El Paso, TX – Lowbrow Palace

Oct 9 – San Diego, CA – House of Blues

Oct 11 – Phoenix, AZ – Crescent Ballroom

Oct 12 – Anaheim, CA – The Observatory

Oct 13 – Las Vegas, NV- House of Blues

Oct 14 – Los Angeles, CA – The Belasco

Oct 16 – Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades

Oct 17 – San Jose, CA – The Ritz

Oct 20 – Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall

Oct 21 -Salt Lake City – UT – The Depot

Oct 25 – Seattle, WA – Neptune Theatre

Oct 26 – Portland, OR – Roseland Theatre