AleXa to heal fans with upcoming 'Sick of you' U.S. tour

Singer AleXa [ZB LABEL]

Korean American singer AleXa will kick off her “Sick of you" U.S. tour with a concert in New York on March 29, her agency ZB label said Wednesday.

The tour will consist of six concerts held in different cities in the United States, with shows also held in Chicago, Atlanta, Tulsa and Texas. The final concert of the tour will be held at Los Angeles on April 7.
Titled “Sick of you,” the tour is an extension of her recent English track “Sick,” a song about the complexities of relationships, according to ZB Label.

Released on Feb. 23, the song lyrics depict the process through which someone who believes they are undeserving of love and praise from another defines their worth.

“In line with the song’s overarching message of healing and growth, a counseling segment for love and other issues will be held during the concert,” ZB label said through a press release.

Audience members will be able to write down their problems on notes ahead of the concert. During the concert, AleXa will share with the audience some of the problems and talk through them.

Singer AleXa [ZB LABEL]

AleXa debuted in 2019 with her single “Bomb.” Her debut came after her win on Soompi's “Rising Legends: Season 2” (2017) and an appearance on Mnet’s “Produce 48” (2018), both audition shows.

She has since released songs including “A.I Trooper” (2020), “Do or Die” (2020), “Villain” (2020) and “Revolution” (2020). She won Best Original Song at NBC’s “American Song Contest” with digital single “Wonderland” in 2022.

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