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Future’s ‘Nobody Safe Tour’


Future is prepared to shut down the hip-hop world with a tour in 2017. Last year Future and Drake ruled “Summer Sixteen” and this year Future has recruited a harvest of the rap games best rappers for his “Nobody Safe” Tour.


Joining him will be Tory Lanez, Migos and Kodak Black.

America is getting used to Migos in the limelight, as their 2017 album, CULTURE landed at No. 1 on the Billboard charts for a brief period. The trio from Atlanta (additionally Future’s home town) will fit in nicely on this particular tour. Migos have been living on the radio as of late. Nonetheless, their album featured many quality songs that the mainstream fans may not have heard yet.


Migos have started their own minor tour after their latest album, plus it should serve as a good warm up for this massive summer tour.


The members of Migos; Offset, Takeoff and Quavo, are putting lovers of hip-hop on notice. Migos have a huge influence on the rap game, even if the mainstream audience has to take the hint. Folks love Future, but loads of folks will likely be purchasing tickets just to see Migos take their career to the next level.


Tory Lanez will be the calm before the storm on this tour. Not to say he won’t bring it, but Migos and Future embody another kind of energy.


His music has a tendency to roam on from R&B to rap, but his rap prowess can’t be underestimated. “Say It,” and “Luv” have been his biggest singles to date.


His stock is trending up in early 2017, and he’ll have the ability to set a tone for the approaching performances on the “Nobody Safe” Tour. As soon as they hear him perform, Lanez will bring his fair share of fans to each show, and definitely earn the chance for some new fans.


The Florida native has lately been in the news for all of the wrong reasons, but hes working hard to clear his name. After a short stint in jail, Kodak Black has been releasing hits that the gritty rap community has appreciated. He works with some of the top rappers in the game, fostering his street cred a bit, although he’s new on the rap scene.


This tour will definitely be the highlight of his young career. He must step up and make the most of it as there are lots of youthful rappers that would do anything to take Kodak Black’s spot on this particular tour.


His type of rap is polarizing. Many fans of authentic hip-hop believe that Kodak Black’s stream and delivery are amateur.


Kodak Black’s fans will like to hear “SKRT” and “No Flockin”, including a couple of his other song successes that have made it to the airwaves.


Future deserves a bunch of credit for setting this line up collectively. All are rising stars in the world of hip-hop, but their own exceptional style will make this a must see show.


The Atlanta rapper has also been stealing headlines in previous weeks. Future recently declared a 17-track surprise record which will fall this Friday. His tour set list should consist of most of this forthcoming album. Additionally, fans ought to expect to hear most of the hits he released in 2016.


Future is liable for his own rap movement too. His chopped-and-screwed style and trance like tone has been duplicated many times over by rappers looking to make it big. The respect he has garnered over the years is apparent by the set of rappers keen to join his tour.


Future’s time will likely be now if his album is a hit, followed by a successful summer tour. Drake’s tag team partner isn’t a poor gig in the hip hop world, but Future is prepared to get back in to his own lane.


There is no doubt this tour is going to be a crazy ride, and Future devotees can’t wait to view the rapper back on the stage. Click here to browse Future tickets.

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