YG is leaving the Bompton coupe to join us in Australia and New Zealand this November for a huge national tour in support of his third studio album ‘STAY DANGEROUS’. […]
YG is leaving the Bompton coupe to join us in Australia and New Zealand this November for a huge national tour in support of his third studio album ‘STAY DANGEROUS’.
He’ll be performing viral hits from his upcoming album including May’s breakout ‘Big Bank feat. Nicki Minaj, 2 Chainz and Big Sean’, the instant hit is his biggest to date creating high anticipation for the full album release this August 3rd out on 4Hunnid Records, his co-founded label in partnership with Def Jam. The tour will coincide with his slot at Spilt Milk in Canberra which has sold out, making the national tour the only place to catch YG.
YG’s debut album ‘My Krazy Life’ dropped in 2014 with features from Drake and Schoolboy Q amongst its guests, sending the 14-tracker to number two on the album charts. His follow up ‘Still Brazy’ took a more political route, the viral, anti-Donald Trump single ‘FDT’ became an anthem during the presidential election in 2016. YG also entered the ARIA Top 20 charts in 2016 with Jeremih, featuring on his international knockout hit ‘Don’t Tell Em’.
Over his time in the music industry, YG’s collaborated with the best including Mariah Carey, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Drake, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj and 50 Cent solidifying his heavyweight status.
YG heads back to Australia after his debut 2015 co-headline tour with long-time collaborator Ty Dolla $ign. His follow up 2017 tour sold-out in record time and forced a reschedule to accommodate all his die-hard fans. He then returned to the US to support Kendrick Lamar on the 15-date D.A.M.N tour, ensuring his incredible high energy live show is certified by the best.
Get ready to shout ‘FDT’ from the rooftops this November as YG storms through the nation.
Saturday 17 November
Spilt Milk Festival, Canberra – SOLD OUT
Facebook event here