Future, Migos and Tory Lanez roll through Charlotte on the Nobody Safe Tour


One of the most anticipated tours of the spring with a few of the hottest rappers in the game is just around the corner – Future, Migos, Tory Lanez, A$ap Ferg and Zoey Dollaz roll through the Queen City, May 14 on the Nobody Safe Tour.

Future spent the better half of last year celebrating summer sixteen, on tour with Drake, at least when he wasn’t in the studio collaborating with rap’s biggest superstars and finalizing HNDRXX, one of the most booming records of the year. When he dropped the dramatic announcement a few months ago, regarding his headlining world tour, the public went into a frenzy. With so many iconic artists on the bill, there’s a certain guarantee that the Nobody Safe Tour will be the highlight of summer seventeen.

Migos, the world’s most-hyped rap group responsible for the renowned track “Bad and Boujee” is enjoying acclaimed success in the new year. The three-piece group featuring rappers Quavo, Takeoff and Offset, released its sophomore studio album Culture recently to positive reviews. The rappers behind some of the radio most polarizing songs received admiration from Rolling Stone, who dubbed the group, “the most influential Southern rap crew of the last few years.”

The Canadian born rapper Tory Lanez does it all – producer, rapper and singer. He’s one the of the most versatile artists in the genre today, seamlessly mixing both R&B and rap. Tory Lanez has steadily risen up the charts in the game, boasting both solo hits and noteworthy guest appearances. His debut album I Told You received positive feedback and even earned the rapper a Grammy nomination for “Best R&B Song.” The future is bright for Tory Lanez and there’s only room for the multifaceted artist to grow from here.

Tickets for Future’s headlining tour at PNC Music Pavilion on Sunday, May 14 can be purchased HERE. Showtime set for 7 p.m.

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