British singer-songwriter Sampha just announced that he'll be dropping his debut album Process soon, and he also shared some brand new tour dates.

Sampha has made a number of high-profile appearances this year, most recently making a notable showing on Solange's critically-acclaimed, No.1 album, A Seat At the Table, on the standout track, "Don't Touch My Hair." He also appeared on Kanye West's Saint Pablo and Frank Ocean's Endless. Back in 2013, he elevated one of the standout songs on Drake's Nothing Was the Same, with his vocals on "Too Much."

Some of tracks on the talented musician's debut LP (which is exactly 10 songs deep) include "Timmy's Prayer," released in May of this year, as well as "Blood on Me," which he dropped in September. Other titles include "Incomplete Kisses," "Kora Sings," "Take Me Inside" and "Under" and the album doesn't have any features at all.

In regards to Sampha's tour, it stars next week on Nov. 9 in Berlin Germany and will conclude on May 29, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. In between those dates, he'll be stopping in places like Stockholm Sweden, Amsterdam, Paris and Tokyo, just to name a few locations. Then he'll head to the States and play in cities like Chicago, Washington D.C and New York City before performing in Montreal, Quebec, as well as Toronto.

No word on what single Sampha will drop next for Process, but it'll hit digital stores, physical stores and streaming sites on Feb. 3, 2017. Listen to "Timmy's Prayer" below.

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