International superstar Austin Mahone is turning up the heat in his new visual for “Lady” featuring Pitbull, the lead single off surprise mixtape ForMe+You. “Lady” made its worldwide debut on New Year’s Eve and since then has already become Austin’s most streamed track on Spotify.
The 21 year old San Antonio, Texas native first got his start in 2010 after his YouTube covers of artists like Justin Bieber and Jason Mraz went viral. After gaining a substantial online following, he dropped out of school and proceeded to focus on his singing career, signing with Chase/Universal Republic Records and releasing several singles including “11:11” and “Say You’re Just a Friend” featuring FloRida. Throughout his career, Mahone has released several EPs featuring artists like Sage The Gemini, Chris Brown, Pitbull, Juicy J, and 2 Chainz. The singer has managed to grow his massive fan base of “Mahomies” by opening for Taylor Swift’s Red Tour in 2013, performing in MTV’s Artist To Watch Tour, and headlining is own sold out tours. Additionally, Mahone boasts a plethora of awards including an MTV VMA for Best New Artist, IHeartRadio Music Awards, Teen Choice Awards, Radio Disney Music Awards, and more.
Be sure to catch Austin Mahone on tour this summer:
*Tickets available at austinmahone.com* May-31 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Culture Room Jun-01 – St. Petersburg, FL, The State Theatre Jun-03 – San Antonio, TX, Paper Tiger Jun-04 – Houston, TX, Warehouse Live – Studio Jun-05 – Dallas, TX, Trees Jun-07 – St. Louis, MO, The Firebird Jun-08 – Louisville, KY, Diamond Pub Concert Hall Jun-09 – Atlanta, GA, The Loft Jun-11 – Washington, DC, U Street Jun-12 – Philadelphia, PA, Coda Jun-13 – New York, NY, Webster Hall Jun-14 – Boston, MA, Paradise Rock Club Jun-16 – Freehold, NJ, iPlay America’s Event Center Jun-17 – Poughkeepsie, NY, Radio Show Jun-18 – Buffalo, NY, Kiss the Summer Hello Jun-19 – Detroit, MI, The Magic Stick Jun-21 – Chicago, IL, Park West Jun-24 – Boise, ID, Boise Music Festival – Expo Idaho Jun-25 – Seattle, WA, Neumos Jun-26 – Portland, OR, Hawthorne Theatre Jun-28 – San Francisco, CA, Social Hall SF Jun-29 – Los Angeles, CA, Fonda