Young Thug Announces Tour; Debut LP Pushed Back—Again

Young Thug's latest album gets pushed back again, but fans get rewarded with the announcement of an upcoming tour.

Young Thug's long-awaited debut album, Hy!£UN35 (HiTunes) was recently pushed back to Sept. 24. However, there's a good chance fans won't see it then either.

During a recent interview with Fuse, the rapper revealed that he's recorded some material that he feels is worthy of a spot on the project. "My new album is called Hy!£UN35, and I think it is launching 24," he said. "I don't know. I might take it back because I got a couple new songs I may want to play for the label. All the songs are perfection."

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Young Thug's long-awaited debut album, Hy!£UN35 (HiTunes) was recently pushed back to Sept. 24. However, there's a good chance fans won't see it then either.

During a recent interview with Fuse, the rapper revealed that he's recorded some material that he feels is worthy of a spot on the project. "My new album is called Hy!£UN35, and I think it is launching 24," he said. "I don't know. I might take it back because I got a couple new songs I may want to play for the label. All the songs are perfection."

In the meantime, the Atlanta-based rapper announced plans to launch a nationwide tour in support of the project. The trek will kick off in on September 18 in Huntington, New York, and continue through Chicago, San Francisco, Houston and Atlanta before wrapping up on November 1 at the Fillmore in Silver Spring, Maryland. Check out the lineup below. Toronto rapper Tory Lanez, who is also prepping his debut project, will open for the rapper on most dates.

  • Sept. 18—Huntington, New York, The Paramount *
  • Sept. 19—Wallingford, Connecticut, The Dome at Oakdale *
  • Sept. 20—Boston, House of Blues *
  • Sept. 22—Rochester, New York, Water Street Music Hall *
  • Sept. 24—Cincinnati, Bogart's *
  • Sept. 25—Cleveland, House of Blues *
  • Sept. 26—Detroit, St. Andrews Hall *
  • Sept. 27—Grand Rapids, Michigan, The Intersection *
  • Sept. 29—Milwaukee, The Rave *
  • Sept. 30—Chicago, Thalia Hall *
  • Oct. 2—Urbana, Illinois, Canopy Club *
  • Oct. 3—Kansas City, Uptown Theater *
  • Oct. 4—Denver, Ogden Theatre
  • Oct. 5—Salt Lake City, The Complex *
  • Oct. 7—Portland, Oregon, Roseland Theater *
  • Oct. 8—Seattle, Showbox SoDo *
  • Oct. 9—Eugene, Oregon, McDonald Theatre *
  • Oct. 10—San Francisco, Regency Ballroom
  • Oct. 11—Santa Ana, California, The Observatory *
  • Oct. 13—Los Angeles, Club Nokia
  • Oct. 14—San Diego, House of Blues
  • Oct. 16—Flagstaff, Arizona, Orpheum Theater
  • Oct. 17—Scottsdale, Arizona, LiveWire
  • Oct. 19—Austin, Empire Control Room
  • Oct. 20—Dallas, House of Blues
  • Oct. 21—Houston, House of Blues
  • Oct. 23—Mobile, Alabama, Soul Kitchen *
  • Oct. 24—Oxford, Mississippi, The Lyric *
  • Oct. 25—Atlanta, The Tabernacle *
  • Oct. 27—Philadelphia, Theatre of Living Arts *
  • Oct. 29—Sayreville, New Jersey, Starland Ballroom *
  • Oct. 30—Norfolk, Virginia, The Norva *
  • Oct. 31—Richmond, The National
  • Nov. 1—Silver Spring, Maryland, The Fillmore
*With Tory Lenez

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