The music artist will tour to Philly on Feb. 27.

The emcee Watsky rings in 2019 with his new album, "Complaint," which released today.

He’ll be hitting the road this year on The Complaint Tour, the first in support of the new record and his biggest headlining tour to date.

Watsky will gig at Union Transfer in Philadelphia, Pa., on Feb. 27.

"Complaint" offers all the magic that Watsky fans have come to love – whip-smart lyricism, acrobatic rapping and a bent for balancing intellect and poignancy with whimsy and wit – all while continuing to expand on the sonic sphere he occupies.

An incredibly varied set, "Complaint" follows 2016’s "x Infinity," which debuted at #4 on the Billboard Rap Albums Chart and gained critical acclaim from NPR, SF Chronicle, Stereogum, Billboard, Alternative Press and more.

"x Infinity" came just months after Watsky’s debut essay collection "How To Ruin Everything" (Penguin/Random House) hit shelves and became a New York Times bestseller.

Watsky began his career as a young poet and musician in San Francisco when he won the Brave New Voices National Poetry Slam in 2006. The win would propel him to amass several other awards as a slam poet. Watsky has appeared on the NAACP Image Awards, The Kennedy Center, The Ellen Degeneres Show, Epic Rap Battles of History, and more.