Four-time grammy-winner Drake teams up with 21 Savage on a long-awaited tour entitled “It’s All A Blur” 2023. 

Drake, or “champagnepapi” on Instagram, announced his tour to fans on March 13, 2023, along with artist 21 Savage. Their 29-date tour starts June 16 in New Orleans and ends Sept. 5 in Glendale, Arizona. 

Fans have anticipated this tour since Drake dropped three new albums in the last two years, which include “Certified Lover Boy” (2021), “Honestly, Nevermind” (2022) and “Her Loss” (ft. 21 Savage) (2022). All albums have had positive reactions and fans were waiting for this tour to drop.

Speculations on TikTok started in early February after an interview with Drake and Lil Yachty surfaced.  Lil Yachty asked Drake about his future plans, and the rapper replied with a tease saying, “I feel like I’m introducing the concept – in my mind – of a graceful exit.”

Many fans see this as Drake leaving music forever; others see this as him leaving his own headspace, exiting a place in his life he was in before he grew over the last three album drops.

After officially announcing the tour with a reel on Instagram, tour dates were released immediately. The 29 dates dropped but not ticket prices, which will likely be expensive. Ticket presales will begin March 15. Drake hasn’t been on tour in North America since 2018 with the Migos. 

After the last album drop of “Her Loss” with 21 Savage, fans saw a side of both artists they loved. Both rappers have an incredibly wide range of music and interesting lifestyles. Drake stays to himself, living in his hometown of Toronto, Canada, and we rarely ever hear about him except for when he’s making music. 

21 Savage is an incredible artist that drops music many people love. His most famous albums include “Savage Mode” (2016) with Metro Boomin, “I Am > I Was” (2018) and “Without Warning” (2017) with Metro Boomin.

When I saw these two very known artists come together to make a highly favored album, I knew a tour was on the horizon. These concerts will likely have incredibly high energy and amazing vibes. 

Fans are going to see something they have missed from Drake and have never seen before from 21 Savage. 

“It’s All A Blur” tour 2023 will easily be the tour of the year.