NF (Nathan Feuerstein) has returned with a new single titled, “NO NAME.” This is NF’s first new single since the release of his highly successful album, Perception, which included his chart conquering single “Let You Down” which still sits high on top of the Billboard Hot 100 Charts. “Let You Down” has reached platinum success in the United States, Sweden (3x Platinum), The Netherlands (2x platinum), New Zealand (2x Platinum), Ireland (2x Platinum), Canada, Australia, and Italy. “Let You Down” is the lead single off his latest (2017) album Perception but NF is now moving forward into a new era with the release of his new song “No Name.” Check out the new single with accompanying music video below.

On this new passion driven fierce track, the Michigan rapper sings about his rapid growth as an artist saying, “All I know is things are moving quick, That’s convenient for me ’cause that’s how I live” continuing in the song telling fans about how he deals with fame, and how his music motivates him to keep going. NF is taking Perception on the road with his 2018 Perception World tour beginning on January 23rd. 36 of the 44 tour dates on this World tour are already sold out, the others with very few remaining tickets which are going fast. Fans can visit for the Perception World Tour tickets and tour dates.

Purchase the new single on iTunes HERE!

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2018 Perception North American Tour Dates:
01/23     Birmingham, AL                 Iron City – SOLD OUT
01/24     Nashville, TN                      Marathon Music Works – SOLD OUT
01/26     Atlanta, GA                         The Tabernacle – SOLD OUT
01/27     Lake Buena Vista, FL        House of Blues – SOLD OUT
01/28     Tampa, FL                            The Ritz Ybor – SOLD OUT
01/30     Charlotte, NC                     The Fillmore – SOLD OUT
01/31     Raleigh, NC                         The Ritz – SOLD OUT
02/02     Indianapolis, IN                 Egyptian Room at Old National Centre – SOLD OUT
02/03     Detroit, MI                          The Fillmore- SOLD OUT
02/05     Grand Rapids, MI             20 Monroe Live – SOLD OUT
02/06     Columbus, OH                   Express Live – SOLD OUT
02/08     New York, NY                     PlayStation Theater – SOLD OUT
02/09     Philadelphia, PA                The Fillmore – SOLD OUT
02/10     Boston, MA                        House of Blues – SOLD OUT
02/11     Toronto, ON                       Danforth Music Hall – SOLD OUT
02/13     Chicago, IL                           House of Blues – SOLD OUT
02/14     Chicago, IL                           House of Blues – SOLD OUT
02/16     Madison, WI                       Orpheum Theatre – SOLD OUT
02/17     Saint Paul, MN                  The Myth – SOLD OUT
02/18     Kansas City, MO                Uptown Theatre – SOLD OUT
02/20     Springfield, MO                 Gillioz Theatre- SOLD OUT
02/21     Oklahoma City, OK           Diamond Ballroom
02/23     Houston, TX                        Revention Music Center
02/24     Dallas, TX                             South Side Ballroom – SOLD OUT
02/25     Austin, TX                            Stubb’s- SOLD OUT
02/27     Saint Louis, MO                 The Pageant – SOLD OUT
03/01     Omaha, NE                          Sokol Auditorium – SOLD OUT
03/02     Denver, CO                         Fillmore Auditorium
03/03     Salt Lake City, UT              The Saltair – SOLD OUT
03/05     Phoenix, AZ                        The Van Buren – SOLD OUT
03/06     Anaheim, CA                      House of Blues – SOLD OUT
03/07     Los Angeles, CA                 The Wiltern – SOLD OUT
03/09     San Francisco, CA             Masonic Auditorium
03/10     Sacramento, CA                 Ace of Spades – SOLD OUT
03/11     Sacramento, CA                 Ace of Spades – SOLD OUT
03/13     Boise, ID                               Knitting Factory Concert House – SOLD OUT
03/14     Portland, OR                       Roseland Theatre – SOLD OUT
03/16     Spokane, WA                     Knitting Factory Concert Hall
03/17     Seattle, WA                        Showbox SoDo – SOLD OUT
03/18     Seattle, WA                        Showbox SoDo
2018 Perception Canadian Tour Dates:
03/19     Vancouver B.C.                 Vogue Theater
03/21     Edmonton, AB                   Union Hall
03/23     Calgary, AB                         MacEwan Ballroom – SOLD OUT
03/24     Saskatoon, SK                    Obrian’s Even Centre
03/25     Winnipeg, MB                    Burton Cummings Theatre
2018 Perception International Tour Dates:
04/12     Oslo, Norway                     Sentrum Scene
04/13     Stockholm, Sweden         Klubben
04/14     Copenhagen, Denmark   Koncerthuset – Studio 2 – SOLD OUT
04/16     Hamburg, Germany        Gruenspan – SOLD OUT
04/17     Berlin, Germany               Kesselhaus
04/18     Warsaw, Poland                Niebo
04/20     Prague, Czech Republic   MeetFactory
04/21     Vienna, Austria                  Flex
04/23     Milan, Italy                          Tunnel Club
04/24     Zurich, Switzerland           Komplex 457
04/25     Frankfurt, Germany          Gibson
04/27     Cologne, Germany            Gloria – SOLD OUT
04/28     Amsterdam, Netherlands Melkweg OZ – SOLD OUT
04/29     Antwerp, Belgium             Zappa – SOLD OUT
05/02     Paris, France                      Trabendo
05/03     London, UK                         O2 Academy Islington
05/05     Manchester, UK                 Deaf Institute – SOLD OUT
05/06     Glasgow, UK                       King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut – SOLD OUT
05/07     Birmingham, UK                O2 Institute 3 – SOLD OUT
05/09     Belfast, UK                          Limelight2
05/10     Dublin, Ireland                  The Academy Green Room – SOLD OUT
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