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Drake And Migos Announce New Tour

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Drake and Migos are going on tour starting in July.

On Monday Drake tweeted out the Aubrey and the Three Amigos Tour details. The tour is currently scheduled to span five months, with a final two-date stint in Atlanta set for Nov. 16 and 17. New York and Los Angeles are fortunate enough to have the lineup for four straight nights in August and October.

For a more reader-friendly list of dates, see below. Pre-sale tickets will be available starting Tuesday. Regular tickets for normals hit the usual outlets Friday.

  • July 26 – Salt Lake City
  • July 28 – Denver
  • July 31 – Kansas City
  • Aug. 1 – Minneapolis
  • Aug. 10 – Toronto
  • Aug. 11 – Toronto
  • Aug. 14 – Detroit
  • Aug. 17 – Chicago
  • Aug. 18 – Chicago
  • Aug. 24 – New York
  • Aug. 25 – New York
  • Aug. 30 – New York
  • Aug. 31 – New York
  • Sept. 4 – Montreal
  • Sept. 7 – Boston
  • Sept. 8 – Boston
  • Sept. 12 – Washington DC
  • Sept. 13 – Washington DC
  • Sept. 15 – Philadelphia
  • Sept. 16 – Nashville
  • Sept. 21 – Miami
  • Sept. 22 – Miami
  • Sept. 24 – New Orleans
  • Sept. 26 – Dallas
  • Sept. 29 – Houston
  • Sept. 30 – Houston
  • Oct. 5 – Las Vegas
  • Oct. 6 – Las Vegas
  • Oct. 8 – Phoenix
  • Oct. 12 – Los Angeles, the best city in the world
  • Oct. 13 – Los Angeles again
  • Oct. 16 – Los Angeles once again
  • Oct. 17 – Los Angeles one more time
  • Oct. 26 – San Francisco
  • Oct. 27 – San Francisco
  • Nov. 1 – Seattle
  • Nov. 3 – Vancouver
  • Nov. 4 – Vancouver
  • Nov. 6 – Edmonton
  • Nov. 16 – Atlanta
  • Nov. 17 – Atlanta

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2 Chainz Drops Video For “Bigger Than You” Featuring Drake And Quavo

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2 Chainz returns to high school freshman year in “Bigger Than You.”

In the Nathan R. Smith-directed video, kids have been cast to play 2 Chainz, Quavo, Drake, and the song’s producer Murda Beatz. The rappers’ young doppelgängers wreak havoc in their school libraries and hallways, dancing, jumping on tables and roaming around the place with reckless abandon. There are also a number of kids that resemble artists such as Bruno Mars and Nicki Minaj, presumably on purpose.

The track is from 2 Chainz his fifth studio album Rap or Go to the League for release later this year

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Kanye West And Chance The Rapper Confirm “Good Ass Job” Album

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Chance The Rapper will be the next artist to get a Kanye West produced LP.

During a surprise appearance at Chance’s Open Mike event in Chicago, Yeezy confirmed the project and its title, Good Ass Job.

“Me and Chance working on a new album,” he told the audience, who erupted with cheers. “It’s called Good Ass Job.”

Chance hinted at the album back in July during an interview with Windy City Live.

“Working under him, working with him on his albums is crazy, but having him tell me that he wants to produce my album and come to Chicago is like…This month, we’re working in Chicago,” Chance said.

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Eminem Killshot Has Highest Debut On Youtube

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Eminem made history with “Killshot.”

The highly anticipated response to Machine Gun Kelly’s “Rap Devil” diss track — crossed 38.1 million views in its first 24 hours, making it the biggest hip-hop debut and third biggest overall debut in YouTube history.

“Stan, stan, son, listen, man, dad isn’t mad/But how you gonna name yourself after a damn gun and have a man bun?” Eminem raps.

Kelly responded with series of Instagram post with the caption “He missed.”

In related news, Kanye West and Lil Pump, meanwhile, both broke their own all-time 24-hour view records with the debut of the collaboration “I Love It.” The music video garnered 13.9 million views in its first 24 hours.

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