21 Savage Unveils "The American Dream Tour" Featuring JID, Nardo Wick, And 21 Lil Harold
21 Savage Unveils "The American Dream Tour" Featuring JID, Nardo Wick, And 21 Lil Harold

21 Savage has just dropped the exciting news of his upcoming solo headlining tour across North America, marking his first major solo tour in half a decade. Dubbed “The American Dream Tour,” the journey kicks off on May 1 at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena and is slated to hit 30 cities nationwide, including major stops like Los Angeles, Phoenix, Austin, Houston, Chicago, and Charlotte. The tour is scheduled to wrap up on June 15 at Atlanta’s Lakewood Amphitheater.

Tickets for the general public will be available starting Friday, March 1, at 10 a.m. local time via Live Nation. Fans can get early access through artist presale and VIP packages, which kick off on Thursday, February 29. Joining Savage on the road will be supporting acts JID, Nardo Wick, and 21 Lil Harold.

The Road to the American Dream: 21 Savage’s Headlining Tour

This tour follows the release of 21 Savage’s latest album, “American dream,” which hit the shelves on January 12. The album, boasting 15 tracks, features collaborations with Mariah the Scientist, Lil Durk, Travis Scott, Doja Cat, Young Thug, and others. Production credits include names like Metro Boomin, Cardo, London on da Track, and Kid Hazel.

Among the standout tracks from the album are “redrum,” “pop ur s**t,” and “all of me.” 21 Savage recently performed tracks like “should’ve wore a bonnet” featuring Brent Faiyaz and “prove it” featuring Summer Walker on “Saturday Night Live” on February 24.

“american dream” made an impressive debut, snagging the top spot on the Billboard 200 chart and amassing 133,000 album-equivalent units in the U.S. in its first week alone.

Despite the album’s success, fans were left wanting when the anticipated accompanying film failed to materialize. Savage disclosed during an interview with Shannon Sharpe on “Club Shay Shay” that the trailer released earlier was, in fact, a parody.

Reflecting on the possibility of a documentary about his life, the London-born rapper expressed optimism, acknowledging potential detractors. “I feel like [a documentary about my life could come out] one day,” he remarked. “They would hate on it now, though, because they gon’ be like, ‘What the f**k [does] 21 Savage deserve a story for? [What did they make a] movie about him for? What he did?’ You know how they do.”

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