I Got Issues, his sixth studio album, was released a month ago. Early next year, YG will embark on a tour. In January 2023, the rapper from Compton will start The Red Cup Tour, a 17-stop national trek organized by Live Nation.
Following My Life 4Hunnid from the previous year, I Got Issues featured collaborations with YG and Roddy Ricch, Post Malone, H.E.R., J. Cole, and Moneybagg Yo, among others. The Nas-assisted song “No Weapons” and an unexpected duet with Cuco called “I Dance” were standouts from the album.
Fans can watch YG live perform his most recent album beginning on January 20 at Denver’s Fillmore Auditorium. After his visit in Denver, he will play in Salt Lake City and Garden City before continuing on to important West Coast destinations for the remainder of the month.
Mid-February will see the conclusion of YG’s The Red Cup Tour, which will make stops in New York and Boston before concluding with a performance in Honolulu.
Along with OhGeesy and Day Sulan, D3szn, who made an appearance on I Got Issues, will assist YG while on tour. On occasion, Kalan.frfr of the Roc Nation will also perform.
The Red Cup Tour’s whole itinerary is available online. The sale of tickets will start on Friday, October 28.