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AP Dhillon Reschedules San Francisco and L.A. Concert Amid “Injury on Tour”

Punjabi Pop and R&B superstar AP Dhillon has rescheduled his upcoming tour dates due to “an unfortunate injury” that Dhillon “suffered while on tour”. As part of the “Out of This World” Tour, the 29-year-old singer was slated to perform in San Francisco (November 1st & November 2nd) and Los Angeles (November 4th). However, the tour dates have been rescheduled by well over a month.

Dhillon will now perform on December 11th in Los Angeles and on December 13th and December 14th in San Francisco.

“To all my fans in California… It breaks my heart to inform you that my shows in SF and L.A. are being postponed due to an unfortunate injury that I suffered while on tour,” Dhillon wrote on his Instagram earlier today. He went on to say that he’s “doing well” and “expected to fully recover.”

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Along with his long-time collaborators Shinda Kahlon, gminxr and Gurinder Gill, Dhillon has been touring since October after the release of ‘Two Hearts Never Break the Same’ EP. The singer behind some of the biggest hits in Punjabi Hip-Hop – “Brown Munde”, “Excuses”, “Insane”, “Foreigns” and more – kickstarted his multi-city tour on October 8th in Vancouver, Canada. He has sold out arenas and venues across Calgary, Winnipeg & Toronto ever since and headed towards the U.S. for highly anticipated live sets.

On October 14th, the Gurdaspur-born British Columbia-bred musician performed his debut live set in Houston – home to the iconic Travis Scott. In late October, Dhillon was seen with Quavo – one of the finest emcees in modern rap and the former member of the now dismantled hip-hop group ‘Migos’ – while touring in Atlanta.

However, the biggest highlight of the tour was when Nas pulled up to Dhillon’s concert over the weekend in New York City and called him the “the newest, greatest artist in the world”. AP Dhillon seemed surprised when he received such acclaim from an artist of that stature.

As per many, Nas is the greatest rapper of all time and changed hip-hop forever after his debut studio album ‘Illmatic’ came out in 1994. A pioneer of East Coast hip-hop, ‘Nasty Nas’ was ranked second on The Source’s ‘Top 50 Lyricists of All Time”. Rakim – one half of the legendady Eric B. & Rakim who released iconic records such as ‘Paid in Full’, ‘Mahogany’, ‘Microphone Fiend’ and ‘Lyrics of Fury’ was ranked first in the list.

AP Dhillon has received worldwide support for his music. Check out some of his records here if you haven’t yet.