21 Savage Tour 2019
21 Savage Tour 2019! Post Malone has announced a new tour. The North American dates kick off on April 26 with a show at Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Portland, OR. Check out the full list of dates. 21 Savage has been tapped for direct support, with SOB X RBE (who recently appeared on the Kendrick Lamar-curated Black Panther The Album) to perform as well. The new tour is behind Post Malone and 21 Savage’s hit collaboration “rockstar,” which was released in the fall of last year. According to a press release, Post has fresh music on the way as well; a new song titled “Psycho” featuring Ty Dolla Sign will be released on Friday. The 28-city run kicks off in Portland on April 26, wrapping in San Francisco on June 24. Bay Area duo SOB X RBE will provide support. Two Canadian dates are included on the trek, bringing the bill to Vancouver’s Rogers Arena on April 27 and Toronto’s RBC Echo Beach on May 27. However, 21 Savage will not appear at either stop north of the border.
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Malone was previously scheduled to perform in Syracuse last year at the New York State Fair, but canceled to accept an invitation to the MTV Video Music Awards instead. The NYS Fair replaced his slot with Lynyrd Skynyrd, who drew an afternoon record crowd of 28,400 to Chevy Court. Post Malone was born Austin Richard Post on July 4, 1995, in Syracuse, N.Y. He lived in Central New York until he was 10, when his family moved to Texas because his father was offered a job working for the Dallas Cowboys.
Tickets go on sale Friday, Feb. 23 at 10 a.m. Prices are $28.50 for lawn seating and $43, $63 and $83 for the pavilion; additional fees may apply.
21 Savage is still peeling back the layers from his acclaimed sophomore album I Am > I Was. Today (April 29), Savage unveils his latest visual for “Ball W/O You.”
In the video, a heartbroken Savage is found gazing at the skies from his swanky loft. While he ruminates about his past relationship, his former counterpart is taking their break-up differently: she hits the club, takes selfies with her friends, all while relishing her new-found freedom.
“When it came to havin’ your back, I’m so real/ I prolly would’ve gave you my spine (Straight up)/ I’d rather have loyalty than love/ ‘Cause love really don’t mean jack,” a dispirited 21 raps.
Though 21 encounters a new woman later in the video, his heart remains fragile, considering his past relationships left him disheartened. “Keep the fame and keep the love/ Just give me the loyalty (On God)/Nefertiti, King Tut/ I treat you like royalty (Fact),” he concludes his second verse.
Initially, fans thought “Ball W/O You” was aimed at Savage’s ex-girlfriend Amber Rose. In an interview with The Breakfast Club last year, he debunked those claims and said that the record wasn’t about her.