Drake fans got some good news and some bad news this weekend. The good news is that they can expect some “incredible new features” on his upcoming “Boy Meets World” European tour. The bad news? The tour has been postponed.
Drizzy’s management addressed these changes in a statement to fans.
“We would like to inform you that shows on the ‘Boy Meets World Tour’ in Amsterdam, London, Glasgow are being moved to new dates,” reads the statement (via Mirror). “Drake wanted to create a special experience for fans in Europe and the UK so he has added some incredible new features to an already specular production.”
However, those “incredible new features” came at a price. “Unfortunately due to unforeseen production setbacks it will need a little more time to be ready,” the statement continued. “Drake can’t wait to see all his fans so he can deliver an amazing and memorable experience.”
Originally, the tour was slated to begin with back-to-back dates in Amsterdam on Jan. 21-22. From there, he had one show (Jan. 26) in Glasgow before hitting London for six dates (Jan. 28-Feb. 5). The trek is now expected to start in March. Young Thug was previously announced as a supporting act.
In the meantime, Drake is staying busy. Fresh off his Wizkid collaboration “Hush Up the Silence,” he hit the studio with 2 Chainz to record for the Atlanta rapper’s next project, Pretty Girls Like Trap Music. The 6 God has also hinted at an upcoming track with Mike WiLL Made-It.
Additionally, Drake’s Views follow-up More Life is expected to arrive early this year.