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Kanye West Gave Hints on His 'Glow in the Dark' Tour

January 30, 2008 (2:23 am) GMT
N.E.R.D. and Lupe Fiasco are the two acts slated to join Kanye West on his summer tour for pictures hinting so, have been released.

has released several hints on his official blog, KanyeUniverseCity.com regarding his upcoming tour to support his multi platinum album, ''. Presented in slashed pictures are the details on who will support him and the name of the tour.

Under the subtitle "Get Ready!", Kanye posted several pictures that indicate he will bring along and N.E.R.D. on the tour dubbed 'Glow in the Dark'. Dates are not yet revealed but expected to be outed soon. For more on the pictures log on to KanyeUniverseCity.com.

N.E.R.D. is comprised of and Chad Hugo of producing duo The Neptunes and their friend Shay Haley. The group who will release 'N.3.R.D' as their third album this Spring, is also confirmed for Isle of Wight on June 13. Meanwhile, Lupe who last month released album '', is involved in a project with Pharrell and Kanye in the supergroup called Child Rebel Soldier.

Words on the street suggested that , Consequence and Malik Yusef will also be joining Kanye on this tour. There has been no confirmation to this.

On other news, Kanye is also expected to release the fourth music video from 'Graduation' soon. He had posted a frame of the video 'Flashing Light' on his blog saying that he had been back from Denmark where he sat with the director.

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