Drake Delays “Boy Meet World Tour” To Accommodate New Features

Drake delayed his upcoming “Boy Meets World Tour” to accommodate what his team dubbed as some “incredible new features.”

The tour was originally scheduled to get underway on January 21 in Amsterdam but the start date has been pushed back to March as a result of the rapper’s new plans. Atlanta rapper Young Thug was also previously announced as a guest performer on the European trek but it’s unclear if the date changes will affect his availability.

In a statement released to the media last weekend, Drake’s team addresses the bad news for his fans. “We would like to inform you that shows on the ‘Boy Meets World Tour’ in Amsterdam, London, Glasgow are being moved to new dates,” the statement reads. “Drake wanted to create a special experience for fans in Europe and the UK so he has added some incredible new features to an already specular production.”

There are two planned dates for the Amsterdam stop and a whopping six dates for the London stop. Most of the dates are already sold out. The Toronto rapper is currently readying his new album “More Life” dues early this year. Just like his tour, that project was delayed from its original released date of December 18th. This weekend a new WizKid single featuring the 6 God “Hush Up The Silence.”

By: Don Munroe