Drake and Migos have announced a joint tour. The Canadian rapper recently confirmed his fifth studio album ‘Scorpion’ will be released soon, while the Atlanta trio put out their latest record ‘Culture II‘ in January. The two camps recently collaborated on Migos’ ‘Walk It Talk It’, which appears on ‘Culture II’. Now, they will hit the road for a mammoth 41-date tour, which a promotional poster calls “a hand-picked dream team”. Aubrey & The Three Amigos. Pre-sale starts tomorrow and on sale Friday https://t.co/NzxCT5F37t pic.twitter.com/ibDsMRtGkb — Drizzy (@Drake) May 14, 2018 Drake and Migos will play: Salt Lake City, Vivint Smart Home Arena (July 26) Denver, Pepsi Arena (28) Kansas City, Sprint Center (31) St. Paul, Xcel Energy Center (August 1) Toronto, Air Canada Centre (10, 11) Detroit, Little Caesars Arena (14) Chicago, United Center (17, 18) New York, Madison Square Garden (24, 25) Brooklyn, Barclays Center (30, 31) Montreal, Bell Centre (September 4) Boston, TD Garden (7, 8) Washington DC, Capital One Arena (12, 13) Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center (15) Nashville, Bridgestone Arena (18) Miami, AmericanAirlines Arena (21, 22) New Orleans, Smoothie King Center (24) Dallas, American Airlines Center (26) Houston, Toyota Center (29, 30) Las Vegas, MGM Grand Garden Arena (October 5, 6) Glendale, Gila River Arena (8) Los Angeles, Staples Center (12, 13) Inglewood, The Forum (16, 17) Oakland, Oracle Arena (26, 27) Tacoma, Tacoma Dome (November 1) Vancouver, Rogers Arena (3) Atlanta, Philips Arena (16, 17) Tickets for the shows go on general sale on Friday (May 18). Meanwhile, Drake released a new song with another Atlanta rapper this weekend (May 12). Lil Baby features on ‘Pikachu’, which was premiered on Drake’s OVO Sound Radio. The track follows recent singles ‘God’s Plan‘ and ‘Nice For What‘, both of which are slated to feature on ‘Scorpion’. The new album is scheduled for release in June and will again be inspired by Drake’s hometown of Toronto. Drake’s last studio album came in the form of ‘Views’ in 2016. He followed it with his ‘More Life’ playlist project in March 2017 and ‘Scary Hours’ EP in January of this year.
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