Drake is set to heat up New York this summer with his latest tour.
the rapper co-headlining four concerts in Brooklyn and Manhattan this July with fellow hip-hop star 21 Savage, the artists announced Monday.
your set Tour “Everything is blurry” includes back-to-back concerts at Barclays Center on July 17 and 18, followed by a pair of concerts at Madison Square Garden on July 25 and 26.
It is Drake’s first North American tour since 2018, when he performed in the United States and Canada with the hip-hop group Migos.
Drake has released three studio albums since then, including last year’s “Her Loss” collaboration with 21 Savage. “Her Loss” peaked at No. 1 on the US and Canadian charts and spawned the hits “Rich Flex”, “Major Distribution”, “Spin Bout U” and “On BS”.
The tour includes 29 concerts, beginning with a show on June 16 in New Orleans. Drake and 21 Savage will also perform in their respective home cities of Toronto and Atlanta, as well as Boston, Chicago and Los Angeles.
TO pre-sale tickets for the tour starts on Wednesday and will be followed by a general sale on Friday.
Drake, 36, whose real name is Aubrey Graham, has won five Grammy Awards, most recently taking home Best Melodic Rap Performance for “WAIT FOR YOU” at the February 2023 ceremony.
Drake is also known for songs like “Hotline Bling,” “One Dance,” and “Best I Ever Had.”
London-born, Atlanta-raised 21 Savage, whose real name is Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, received his only Grammy in 2020, winning best rap song for “A Lot.” The 30-year-old is also known for the songs “Bank Account” and “Creepin’,” a collaboration with The Weeknd and Metro Boomin that ranked No. 6 on the latest US singles chart