Today, Bay Area bred, Los Angeles based pop/R&B hybrid, singer/songwriter Marc E. Bassy, announces 2022 North American “Nothing In This World” tour. The tour kicks off February 2nd, in Spokane, WA, and will see Bassy embark on a six-week cross-country journey with support from Hot Flash Heat Wave, John K, and Rae Khalil. See full tour routing below!

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This tour announcement follows on the heels of Bassy’s latest album Little Men, which was released October 8t via Bassy’s own independent label NEW GOLD MEDAL. Upon release, Little Men landed a Top 10 spot on Spotify’s “Top 10 Album Debuts,” and garnered over 10 million streams in its first five days.

Click HERE to listen to Little Men.

Of the project, Bassy shared “Little Men is a reference to the “little mind/big mind” theory in Zen Buddhism. Little mind operates out of and is in service of ego, wrapped up entirely in its desire. which drives so much of the world I live in. And it leads to some dark tendencies. Some of the things I usually try to be better than or stay away from, I ended up getting deeper into – infidelity, addiction, lying, toxic work and romantic relationships. This is the story of trying to get to the other side of the ego – which is real joy, comradery, and triumph.”

Little Men showcases production from Bassy’s frequent collaborators Pete Jonas, Nic Nac, William Mosgrove, Count Bassy and more. The album boasts features from Cory Henry on “Free Like Me,” and Syd on focus track “Future Love.” Additionally, Marc appears on G-Eazy’s album These Things Happen Too on the single “Faithful,” which the two recently performed on Ellen (watch here).

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