Drake and J. Cole’s ‘It’s All a Blur Tour – Big As the What?’ tour delayed

Drake and J. Cole's 'It's All a Blur Tour - Big As the What?' tour delayed

The start of Drake and J. Cole’s “It’s All a Blur Tour – Big As the What?” has been postponed for a couple of weeks.

Initially scheduled for January 18 in Denver, the first show will now occur on February 2 in Tampa Bay, Florida.

The Denver concerts have been rescheduled for April 15 and April 16. Ticketmaster has updated the tour dates, but no reason has been provided for the delay.

In November, following the surprise release of his “Scary Hours 3” EP, Drake added 10 additional dates to the tour.

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Drake and Cole have previously collaborated on songs such as the No. 1 hit “First Person Shooter” and “Evil Ways” from Cole’s album “For All the Dogs”.

In related news, Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign have once again postponed their joint album “Vultures” after initially planning to release it on December 15.

After teasing fans about the release of ‘Vultures’, the collaborators were originally set to drop it on December 15, however, a representative for Kanye has now confirmed the collection will arrive on February 9.

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It has gone through several date changes, with fans anticipating the record on New Year’s Eve, then January 12, and January 19, before the month was swapped.

They have encountered several issues, struggling to get samples cleared. It’s said to feature a Backstreet Boys sample of their 90s’ hit ‘Everybody’.

What’s more, there were plans for Nicki Minaj’s unreleased tune ‘New Body’ to feature, which was originally set to feature on Kanye’s LP ‘Yandhi’ in 2018 but was scrapped.

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And Nicki didn’t want an old song to be used.

When the record does finally arrive, it will be the first project for Kanye since he ruined his career by making a series of controversial antisemitic statements, which led to brands cutting ties with the ‘Stronger’ rapper.

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