Andy Mineo Snags The #1 Independent Record In The Country

Artist Andy Mineo has debuted on top once again with his sophomore album, Uncomfortable (Reach Records). Uncomfortable just became the #1 independent record and the #1 Christian record in the country. The album also made #3 on the Hip Hop Charts and #10 on the overall Top 200 charts. The first leg of the nationwide Uncomfortable Tour will begin October 1 and Mineo will be joined by rapper Propaganda. Dates for Andy Mineo’s nationwide Uncomfortable Tour are listed below.

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Uncomfortable, produced by !llmind (J.Cole, Drake, 50 Cent) is a 13-track album which includes the first single and title track, “Uncomfortable.” The album debuted to critical acclaim on September 18. The second single off the album, “Hear My Heart,” which was released in August, first premiered on Sirius XM’s Sway In The Morning and then online with the popular music and entertainment site VIBE. “Hear My Heart” is a tribute to Andy Mineo’s deaf sister. Mineo announced the heartfelt song with a sign-language video, which left curious fans wondering what the rapper was cooking up. For, “Know That’s Right,” the third single off Uncomfortable, XXL says, “Mineo shows off his impressive flow that has lead to his stock rising in a big way.”

Mineo documents the process behind the making of Uncomfortable on his weekly YouTube web series, Saturday Morning Car-Tunez, directed by Francis De La Torre. The web series which gained a rabid following, has now completed its third and final season. Still, Mineo, who prides himself in having a close relationship with his followers, continues sharing inside tidbits to his life and album making process. Mineo created the Extended Experience via Instagram, where fans can explore an immersive website via Instagram’s tagging feature to see behind-the-scenes content for the thirteen tracks on the album.

“You Can’t Stop Me,” the hugely successful single off Mineo's previous project entitled Never Land, which sold over 90K units and has been seen more than 1M times on YouTube, recently won "MLB’s top walk up song" for ESPN’s inaugural Whammy Awards, beating out Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” and Big Sean’s “Blessings.”


  • October 1 St. Peters, MO Church on the Rock
  • October 2 Tulsa, OK Guts Church
  • October 3 Houston, TX The Venue/Grace Community Church
  • October 4 Arlington, TX Texas Hall/UTA
  • October 8 San Antonio, TX The Aztec Theatre
  • October 9 Lubbock, TX City Bank Auditorium
  • October 10 Denver, CO Summit Music Hall
  • October 11 Omaha, NE Sokol Auditorium
  • October 15 Des Moines, IA Wooly’s
  • October 16 Arden Hills, MN Benson Great Hall/Bethel University
  • October 17 Chicago, IL House of Blues
  • October 18 Grandville, MI Ground Floor/Resurrection Life Church
  • October 22 Detroit, MI St. Andrews Hall
  • October 23 Louisville, KY Mercury Ballroom
  • October 24 Cincinnati, OH The Underground
  • October 25 Indianapolis, IN Deluxe
  • October 29 Cleveland, OH House of Blues
  • October 30 New York, NY Irving Plaza
  • October 31 Philadelphia, PA Theatre of Living Arts (TLA)
  • November 1 Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall
  • November 5 Silver Spring, MD The Fillmore
  • November 6 Lynchburg, VA Liberty University
  • November 7 Chesapeake, VA New Life Providence Church - Deep Creek
  • November 8 Charlotte, NC The Fillmore Charlotte
  • November 12 Tampa, FL Crossover Church
  • November 13 Miami, FL Alpha & Omega Church
  • November 15 Atlanta, GA Center Stage

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