YG Announces “JUST RE’D UP” North American Tour

Tour Kicks Off June 28th in Los Angeles Featuring Doe Boy & DJ Vision

YG Announces JUST RE'D UP North American Tour

Multi-platinum artist, entrepreneur and philanthropist YG is set to electrify stages across North America with his highly anticipated “JUST RE’D UP” tour. Kicking off on June 28th in his hometown of Los Angeles, California, and concluding on August 17th in Hawaii, the tour promises to showcase YG‘s dynamic stage presence, engaging flow, and signature West Coast energy. Fans can look forward to an unforgettable live experience, enhanced by special guests, rapper Doe Boy and DJ Vision.

The “JUST RE’D UP” tour will traverse several major cities, offering fans the chance to experience YG’s raw and captivating performances live. Joining him on this musical journey are Doe Boy, known for his sharp lyrical skills and DJ Vision, who will bring his electrifying beats to the stage, making each concert a unique celebration of hip-hop and energy.

Ticket Information

Tickets for the “JUST RE’D UP” tour will be available for purchase starting this Friday, May 24th, at 10 AM, with a presale for fans beginning on May 21st at 10 AM. Spotify users will have a special presale opportunity starting May 22nd at 10 AM. For more information on tour dates, ticket sales and more visit www.4hunnid.com/tour.

YG’s Recent Endeavors and Artistic Ventures

Recently, YG released “Knocka” his first solo track of the year, accompanied by a compelling music video. This release marks a new chapter in his career, following his multi-album global recording partnership with BMG under his 4Hunnid Records label. This deal sets the stage for his seventh solo studio album, which is eagerly awaited by fans and critics alike.

Beyond music, YG continues to expand his horizons into various entrepreneurial ventures. He recently launched the 4HUNNID Podcast, featuring interviews with notable celebrities, and ventured into the wellness industry with Cherry Bomb, a supplement designed for men. His fashion endeavors include the Komfort Kollection clothing line and FLAME FOOTWEAR, which recently introduced the Block Runner sneaker. Notably, YG made history as the first hip-hop artist to walk in a fashion week show for Mexican-American Designer Willy Chavarria.

YG’s “JUST RE’D UP” tour is more than a series of concerts. it’s a showcase of his evolution as an artist and entrepreneur. With each city, YG not only brings his music but also his expanding brand of cultural influence, which spans music, fashion, wellness, and beyond. As the tour progresses, it promises to not only entertain but also inspire, reflecting YG’s commitment to innovation and his ability to resonate with fans across diverse realms.

About YG

Keenon Dequan Ray Jackson, better known as YG, burst onto the hip-hop scene with his 2010 hit “Toot It and Boot It,” which led to a contract with Def Jam Recordings. In 2013, he joined Young Jeezy’s CTE World, and his single “My Nigga” set the stage for his critically acclaimed debut album, “My Krazy Life,” released in 2014. YG has delivered numerous hits including “Left, Right,” “Go Loko,” and “Who Do You Love?” His track “Don’t Tell ‘Em” reached number 6 on the Hot 100, marking his highest charting feature, while “Big Bank” is his top solo record, peaking at number 16 on the US Billboard Hot 100. His discography includes “Still Brazy” (2017), “Stay Dangerous” (2018), “4Real 4Real” (2019), “My Life 4Hunnid” (2020), and “I Got Issues” (2022), along with collaborative albums like “Kommunity Service” with Mozzy (2021) and “Hit Me When U Leave the Klub: The Playlist” with Tyga (2023). With over 10 billion global streams and numerous multi-platinum, platinum, and gold certifications, YG has consistently debuted in the Top 10 of the Billboard Top 200, solidifying his impact in the music industry.

YG’s activism was prominently displayed during the 2020 protests with tracks like “FTP (Fuck the Police)” and “War.” He has also earned respect within the Hispanic community for his contributions to West Coast culture, notably making his runway debut at New York Fashion Week for California-based Mexican-American designer Willy Chavarria. YG’s lifestyle brand, 4HUNNID, influences fashion and culture, including “The Flame Footwear” and its popular Block Runner series, the “Komfort Kollection” loungewear, and his wellness product, “Cherry Bomb.”

As a committed humanitarian, YG has contributed significantly to his community, including a $100,000 food donation for Juneteenth and the founding of the nonprofit 4HUNNID Ways, which provided $10,000 worth of PPE to Los Angeles families in Emergency Crisis Housing during COVID-19. He continues to partner with organizations for local holiday giveaways and other advocacy efforts, furthering his role as a community leader.


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