Global Hip-Hop superstar Drake has finally decided to hit the road again. While the legendary Toronto native has made guest appearances and performed at selected venues in the last four years, Drake hasn’t hit the road since his last stint with Migos for the ‘Drake & the Three Migos’ tour in 2018.
However, in a recent live with online betting platform Stake, Champagne Papi has confirmed that he’ll resume performing live in 2023.
“Tour. Ah, man, I can’t wait,” he said in response to his plans for 2023. “You know, it’s so unfortunate. The other day I was rehearsing a bunch of days and one of the shows got pushed back. But yeah, man, I’m just looking forward to going. It’s like one thing to make the music but to see it is the most gratifying feeling.” Drake said during the live stream.
If Drake announces the 2023 tour dates, he’ll certainly have a massive discography at his disposal just waiting to go live. Between his worldwide tour with Migos and now, Drake has released multiple studio albums including ‘Scorpio’ and ‘Scary Hours’ in 2018, ‘Care Package’ and ‘The Best In The World Pack’ EP (2019), ‘Dark Lane Memo Tapes’ Mixtape (2020), ‘Certified Lover Boy’ (2021) and ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ and ‘Her Loss’ (2022).
Watch the full-interview by Stake with Drake below if you haven’t yet.