Although neither Jodeci nor R. Kelly have confirmed the tour yet, Atlanta’s V-103 radio host Big Tigger did that for them — announcing the tour on Twitter.
This tour follows up after Jodeci’s 2014 Soul Train Music Awards performance — where they showed off with their classic R&B hits from the 1990s.
Also, Jodeci is working on new music and their first album in nearly 20 years. The “Forever My Lady” group premiered their new song, “Nobody Wins” featuring B.o.B. on the awards show.
Their comeback album will feature production from the likes of superstar producer Timbaland as well. Here’s hoping some new material from Jodeci will be featured on the tour.
R. Kelly has no problem in the music material department for a tour though — having released 15 studio albums including a collaboration with Jay Z and a debut album with Public Announcement.