About Lil Durk
American Singer and hip-hop Rapper Durk Derrick Banks. Who was born in Chicago on October 19, 1992? Executively identified as Lil Durk, with the Alamo, Geffen, Interscope, Def Jam and Coke boys labels secured and On The Family, Dej Loaf French Montana, Lil Baby, Lil Reese, as affiliated performances, revealed his first debut studio album back in 2015. Which was named Remember My Name. Lil Durk is the founding father of OTF (On The Family). His fifth studio album “Viral moment” reached Billboard’s top 100. The artist has a total of 12 mixtapes, including the most famous “Signed to the streets,” “Life Ain’t no Joke,” “love songs for the streets,” and many more. Moreover, with three compilation albums, 136 single songs, and five studio albums, Lil Durk is proud to announce the tour for his sixth Studio Album, 7220.
About The Album
Rap—music fans are ready to catch the beat as the tour for the immensely awaited 7220 has been declared by Lil Durk. The Album is exclusively revealed in January 2022. Listeners might not pay close attention to the name of the Album as it seems like just an ordinary number, but deep inside, the Album is based on the book 7220 written by the artist’s mother about the family association. The main spotlight of the Album is Morgan Wallen, YNW Melly, Charlie Handsome, ERNEST, Lil Durk, and Rocky Block as the leading composers, Alamo, On the Family and Sony music copyright labels, EMPIRE, Sony Music Entertainment as the official distributors of the Album and Angelo OTF Music, Sony Music Entertainment as the founding publishers of the music album, 7220 promises to be a great success.
About The Tour
The statement for the excursion for 7220 was revealed after the week when the song “Broadway Girls,” which featured Morgan Wallen from the latest album 7220, launched at Billboard’s No.1 hip hop and R&B chart. The tour date was announced after Lil Durk accompanied Lil Baby last year for the promotion of his latest Album, “Voice Of The Heros.”
Lil Durk has announced a run of US tour dates in support of his forthcoming seventh album, ‘7220’.
The 17-date tour, announced overnight (January 12), kicks off in Phoenix, Arizona, at the Federal Theatre on April 8, before the Chicago artist traverses the country and wraps up for a hometown show at Chicago’s United Center on May 2.
Though a release date for Lil Durk’s new studio effort is yet to be announced, ‘7220’ will drop sometime this year, marking the follow-up to 2020’s ‘The Voice’. A largely collaborative album, the 16-track project featured guest stints from the likes of Young Thug, 6lack and more.Advertisemen
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The ‘7220’ US tour dates are:
Friday 8 – Phoenix, AZ, Arizona Federal Theatre
Saturday 9 – Los Angeles, CA, YouTube Theatre
Sunday 10 – San Diego, CA, House of Blues
Wednesday 13 – Irving, TX, The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
Friday 15 – Houston, TX, Bayou Music Center
Saturday 16 – New Orleans, LA, The Fillmore New Orleans
Monday 18 – Miami, FL, FPL Solar Amphitheater at Bayfront Park
Tuesday 19 – Jacksonville, FL, Daily’s Place
Wednesday 20 – Atlanta, GA, Coca-Cola Roxy
Thursday 21 – Raleigh, NC, Red Hat Amphitheater
Saturday 23 – Bridgeport, CT, Hartford Healthcare Amphitheater
Sunday 24 – New York, NY, Manhattan Center Hammerstein Ballroom
Tuesday 26 – Pittsburgh, PA, UPMC Event Center
Wednesday 27 – Cincinnati, OH, Andrew J Brady Music Center
Friday 29 – St. Louis, MO, Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
Saturday 30 – Indianapolis, IN, TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park
Monday 2 – Chicago, IL, United Center