Drake’s ‘It’s All A Blur Tour’ Comes to an End: A Resounding Success

Drake’s ‘It’s All A Blur Tour’ Comes to an End: A Resounding Success

Drake has completed the second leg of his “It’s All a Blur Tour – Big as the What?” featuring J. Cole, Lil Wayne, and Lil Durk. The tour, which included 88 shows, ended in Newark, New Jersey, at the Prudential Center on April 5. In a celebratory Instagram post, Drake expressed his gratitude for the support he received during the tour, stating, “How do you finish something? A little at a time until less becomes more and more becomes less on the other side. Thank you to all of you for helping me complete the mission.”


The post featured several images, including one of Drake being sprayed with champagne and another of the entire tour team sitting on the football field stage set up. Fans are now eagerly awaiting Drake’s response to Kendrick Lamar’s diss verse on Future and Metro Boomin’s “Like That.”


Drake has yet to respond directly to Kendrick’s diss, but he did address his detractors during the Sunrise, Florida, stop of his tour on March 24. In a clip shared online, Drake stated, “I got my fking head up high, my back straight, I’m ten fking toes down in Florida and anywhere else I go. I know that no matter what, there’s not a nga on this Earth that could ever fk with me in my life!”

The crowd responded enthusiastically to Drake’s declaration, cheering noticeably louder. Drake’s tour with 21 Savage, 21 Lil Harold, and Nardo Wick is set to begin on May 1 and will visit 30 cities across the United States, including Los Angeles, Phoenix, Austin, Houston, Chicago, and Charlotte, among others. The tour is expected to conclude on June 15 at Atlanta’s Lakewood Amphitheater.

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