Drake and J. Cole team up for new tour

Drake and J. Cole team up for new tour

Two of the hip-hop industry's biggest rappers are going on tour together. 

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US rapper J. Cole/ YouTube ('Love Yourz' music video)

Grammy Award-winning rappers, Drake and J.Cole, have announced plans for a joint tour. 

The 'It’s All a Blur - Big as the What?' tour will begin in January 2024. 

Drake's new concert series is an extension of his sold-out 2023 tour, 'It's All A Blur'. The tour was co-headlined by 21 Savage.  The 50-date tour wrapped up in Canada last month. 

The tour was an eventful one with dozens of women flinging their bras onstage. Drake collected hundreds of bras by the end of the tour. 

Read more here: Bras, bruh! Drake is amassing quite the collection of bra memorabilia

Drake and J.Cole have previously worked together. J. Cole is a guest artist on Drake's latest album, 'For All the Dogs'. 

He appeared in the song 'First Person Shooter'. The track peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in October, earning Drake his 13th number one. 

Drake is now tied with the 'King of Pop', Michael Jackson, for the male solo artist with the most number-one tracks on the chart.

J.Cole and Drake also collaborated on 2010's 'In The Morning'. 


The rappers' fans are excited to see them in action. Some are hoping an album collaboration is also on the way!

"I’m calling it now. Drake and J. Cole are working on a collab album," one X user wrote.

Another user added: "Drake & J. Cole going on tour together is history in the making."

A third wrote: "Drake & J Cole together 😩. I know these tickets gone be an arm & leg 😭."


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Main image credit: YouTube/J. Cole ('Love Yourz' music video)

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