- Moneybagg Yo is enjoying some real success in accomplishing his fourth studio collection, A Gangsta’s Pain.
The collection appeared at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 diagram and retook the best position fourteen days after. With the pandemic limitations lifted, Moneybagg is tingling to get A Gangsta’s Pain on a visit to celebrate with fans.
On Friday (July 9), Moneybagg Yo reported he would set out on a cross-country visit for A Gangsta’s Pain this fall. The 21-date visit will start on September 9 in Tampa, Florida, with visitors, for example, Fredo Bang, BIG30, Big Homiie G, Blacc Zacc, and Tri-Star joining Moneybagg out and about. Moneybagg will add more dates in the following few days, and fans can buy tickets at AGangstasPainTour.com.
“Gangstas Pain Tour Kick Off In September After My Gday Shit Fina Be Crazzzyyy !!,” Moneybagg composed on Instagram. “We Adding Memphis, Nashville and Las Vegas, Tickets Go On Sale Tomorrow I’m Selling Out Every Date I Stamp Det !! #BGE.”Those who may pass up tickets can discover Moneybagg at a few celebrations this year, like Rolling Loud Miami, Rolling Loud New York, Rolling Loud California, Made In America, and Summer Jam.
Moneybagg, as of late, released the Ben Marc-coordinated music video for his hit melody, “Waukesha.” The tune turned into a fan-top choice on A Gangsta’s Paradise, cresting at No. 33 on the Billboard Hot 100, and aided Moneybagg Yo to get the best position on the Billboard 200 in its first and third week on the graphs.
Lil Wayne opens the video with a short discussion revealing to Moneybagg Yo how fruitful he’s been affected by lean. Then, moneybags tunes fall into a profound high where his cup of poor transforms into a real lady. The remainder of the video discovers Moneybagg approaching his day with his woman. She completes her hair at the salon, yet things get bizarre when others see Moneybagg strolling around with a goliath styrofoam cup.
Look at the full rundown of “A Gangsta’s Pain” event dates beneath.
“A GANGSTA’S PAIN TOUR” DATES:
9/29 – Tampa, FL
9/30 – Raleigh, NC
10/1 – Atlanta, GA
10/2 – Washington, D.C.
10/3 – Charlotte, NC
10/4 – Norfolk, VA
10/5 – Richmond, VA