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Cashmere Cat cancels Princess Catgirl tour, cites issues with live production

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Sad news coming from Cashmere Cat today. His tour in December and January for his second studio album has been canceled. The 31-year-old trap producer is reporting an issue with his live production.

“It’s impossible for me to put on the show I want to make for you.” Here is his full explanation.

This means that previously announced concerts in Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver have been canceled. It is confirmed that all money will be refunded to the bank account of the original buyer.

We wish Cashmere Cat the best in working through these production issues and hope that he can find a way to make the tour happen. In the meantime, we will continue playing his second studio album, Princess Catgirl on repeat.

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