Kur is making sure Philadelphia stays strong on the rap radar, and his latest visuals go hard for his home city. The 22-year-old rising star releases the music video for his "What Did It Do" record, which shows him posted up in his neighborhood alongside a hefty entourage of friends.

The video was directed by Rick Nyce and shows the young rapper hanging out and touring his block in Philly while he spits some fast-paced rhymes over the hardcore beat, which was produced by Maaly Raw. The song comes straight off of Kur's 180 mixtape, which has become a big street success in the music community.

The release of the "What Did It Do" visuals coincide with the rapper's announcement of his four upcoming tour dates that will kick off in August. His first stop will hit New York City at SOB's on Aug. 23, and his last one wrapping up in Philly on Aug. 27 at The Foundry. We may be able to expect some more dates to be added in the future, but for now, it looks like Kur will have a pretty busy end to his summer season.

To purchase tickets for Kur's upcoming shows, you can head over to his official website.

Watch the visuals for Kur's "What Did It Do" record below, and check out his upcoming show dates below.

Kur's Tour Dates

Aug. 23 - New York, N.Y. - SOB's
Aug. 24 - Washington, D.C. - Songbyrd Music House
Aug. 26 - Cambridge, Mass. - Sonia
Aug. 27 - Philadelphia, Pa. - The Foundry

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