Drake and J. Cole’s Highly Anticipated Tour Faces Minor Delay

by Patria

The eagerly awaited ‘It’s All a Blur Tour – Big As the What?’ featuring powerhouse artists Drake and J. Cole has experienced a slight setback, causing the initial dates to be postponed by a couple of weeks.

Originally scheduled to kick off on January 18 with two back-to-back performances in Denver, the tour’s debut show has now been rescheduled to take place on February 2 in Tampa Bay, Florida. Consequently, the Denver shows are now slated for April 15 and April 16.

Ticketmaster promptly updated the tour dates, but as of now, there is no official explanation provided for the postponement.

Adding to the anticipation, the ‘Rich Flex’ rapper surprised fans with an extension to his latest LP ‘For All The Dogs’ in the form of the ‘Scary Hours 3’ EP, leading to the inclusion of ten additional dates in the tour.

Drake and J. Cole, who have previously collaborated on hits like ‘First Person Shooter’ and ‘Evil Ways’ from ‘For All the Dogs’, are expected to deliver an unforgettable live experience during their joint venture.

In a parallel development, Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign have encountered delays in the release of their much-anticipated joint album, ‘Vultures’. Initially slated for a December 15 release, a representative for Kanye has confirmed that the collection is now set to drop on February 9.

The album has undergone multiple date changes, with fans originally anticipating a New Year’s Eve release, followed by January 12 and January 19, before the final adjustment.

Challenges in obtaining sample clearances have been cited as a primary reason for the delays. Notably, the album is said to feature a sample from the 90s’ hit ‘Everybody’ by the Backstreet Boys.

Furthermore, there were initial plans to include Nicki Minaj’s unreleased track ‘New Body’ on the album. Originally intended for Kanye’s 2018 LP ‘Yandhi’, the song was eventually scrapped. Nicki Minaj expressed her reluctance to have an older track reused for the project.

When ‘Vultures’ finally sees the light of day, it will mark Kanye West’s first project since facing controversy and brand repercussions due to a series of controversial antisemitic statements. The release is highly anticipated, and fans are eager to see how the collaborative effort unfolds.

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