A$AP Rocky and Tyler the Creator will co-headline a tour together, which will launch this Fall. The North America run will begin on September 19th in Lowell, Massachusetts. The remaining dates include September 22nd in New York, New York; September 23rd in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; September 26th in Clarkston, Michigan; September 27th in Chicago, Illinois; September 30th in Morrison, Colorado; October 2nd in Houston, Texas; October 8th in New Orleans, Louisiana; and October 9th in Dallas, Texas. Rappers Danny Brown and Vince Staples will join A$AP Rocky and Tyler the Creator on the tour run.
A$AP Rocky is also headlining his own tour this year. On August 8th, he will perform at the Squamish Valley Music Festival in Canada. A week before he goes on the road with Tyler the Creator, Rocky will hit the stage in Atlanta (GA) on September 12th. His remaining dates will take place after his concludes his tour with Tyler the Creator. Those dates include October 13th in Nottingham, United Kingdom; October 14th in Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool; October 16th in Birmingham, United Kingdom; October 17th in London, United Kingdom; October 19th in Manchester, United Kingdom; October 21st in Amsterdam-Zuidoost, Netherlands; October 22nd in Frankfurt, Germany; October 25th in Paris, France; October 26th in Munich, Germany; October 27th in Düsseldorf, Germany; and October 28th in Forest, Belgium.
A$AP Rocky dropped his At. Long. Last. ASAP project on May 26th. The album reached the Number 1 spot on both the Billboard 200 and the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. It also charted in Switzerland, Canada, and Australia. Three singles have been released from the project including “Lord Pretty Flacko Jodye 2 (LPFJ2),” “Everyday” (featuring Rod Stewart, Miguel, and Mark Ronson), and “L$D.” The single “Everyday” peaked at Number 23 on the US Hot Rap Songs chart and Number 31 on the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.
Tyler the Creator has released three studio albums, including his latest effort entitled Cherry Bomb. The project was dropped in April and it entered the Billboard 200 after selling over 50,000 copies in its first week. It also went to Number 1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. The album features guest appearances by Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Pharrell Williams, and Schoolboy Q. “F**king Young” and “Deathcamp” were both dropped as singles from Cherry Bomb.