A Boogie Wit Da Hood Tickets
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie has become a recognized name in hip-hop since a few years now. However, his album, released in 2017, has topped the Billboard hip-hop charts for the first time and his fame has increased further. The album is titled “The Bigger Artist” and it is being followed by a major-selling tour, “The Bigger Artist Tour”. The tour is headed to many locations around the US following which it will make its way to Europe and South America as well. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie tickets for his multiple shows on this tour are available now.
A Boogie Wit Da Hood Tickets
- Buy Osheaga Festival: Young The Giant, Janelle Monae & A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie - Saturday, Parc Jean-Drapeau Tickets for Sat Aug 03 2019 Osheaga Festival: Young The Giant, Janelle Monae & A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie - Saturday, Parc Jean-Drapeau tickets for 08/03 11:00 AM at Parc Jean Drapeau, Montreal, QC
- Sat Aug 03 2019
- Buy Hot Summer 2019: Wiz Khalifa, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie & YK Osiris, Rock Row Amphitheater - Westbrook Tickets for Sat Aug 31 2019 Hot Summer 2019: Wiz Khalifa, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie & YK Osiris, Rock Row Amphitheater - Westbrook tickets for 08/31 04:00 PM at Rock Row Amphitheater Westbrook, Westbrook, ME
- Sat Aug 31 2019
The Bigger Artist Tour is a promotional tour for his latest album. A Boogie goes on the road in fall 2017, beginning with a nationwide tour. His itinerary includes visits to cities such as Las Vegas, Kansas city, Chicago, Cleveland, Los Angeles, Dallas, New York City and Denver. This leg will wrap up in Virginia after which A Boogie is headed to international destinations in November. Canada, Germany, France, Spain, the Netherlands and the U.K will all be paid a visit by A Boogie in 2017. This tour is a promotional campaign for the rapper’s Billboard chart topping new album, “The Bigger Artist”. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie tickets for many of these shows are on sale now.
The tour comes at the heels of the rapper’s album reaching number one on the Billboard charts, and the release of his latest single, “Say A”. Speaking about his album, A Boogie says “The Album about to be crazy, man. Shit is about to be different, man. I ain’t gonna lie; it’s gonna be different vibes, man.”
And the album is a completely new feel to A Boogie as well. While he is known for doing love songs, the rapper has experimented with genres and added layers of EDM and mainstream pop in there. In order to bring these influences, he has collaborated on this album with NBA YoungBoy, PnB Rock, 21 Savage, Trey Songz and Chris Brown.
On this album, A Boogie alternates between his actual self, birth-name Artist Dubose, and the rap persona he has created, A Boogie. There is sway between sensitivity and the swagger associated with hip-hop, which is immediately apparent on the opening track “No Promises” which pays respects to a fan who was shot down at his concert in Louisville. “Savannah just wanted to see me perform and got hit over stupid shit. I woke up and saw the shit right on my phone; they don’t know who the shooter is.”These are the words he uses to begin this ballad-esque rap. The remaining song focuses on guilt; the guilt A Boogie attaches to the privilege of his position. It is a poignant and socially aware opening to this album and a shift in tone from his previous work.
Artist Julius Dubose was born in the Bronx borough of New York City in 1995. The Bronx is known as the birthplace of hip-hop and Dubose grew up surrounded by the most revolutionary voices in hip-hop. He started rapping when he was twelve and began pursuing a serious career in rap music after graduating high school, in Florida.
The first song he released, at age nineteen, was titled “Temporary”. In 2015, he returned to New York and started working with Quincy QP to make his first record. This is when he acquired his stage name, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie. He released his first mix-tape, titled “Artist”, in February 2016. Forbes Magazine named him the up-and-coming rappers to watch out for.
In July 2016, A Boogie was signed onto Atlantic Records and then he began featuring on mainstream hip-hop platforms such as the BET Hip-hop Awards. The rapper also received invitations to open Future and Drake’s Summer Sixteen tour. This was a key career move for A Boogie who has since recorded a chart-topping album and is now going on a headlining tour.
A Boogie Wit Da Hood Schedule
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! A Boogie Wit Da Hood's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Montreal at the Parc Jean-Drapeau on 3-Aug-19, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Westbrook at the Rock Row Amphitheater - Westbrook on 31-Aug-19. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Osheaga Festival: Young The Giant, Janelle Monae & A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie - Saturday||Parc Jean-Drapeau||Montreal, QC||Sat Aug 03 201911:00 AM|
|Hot Summer 2019: Wiz Khalifa, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie & YK Osiris||Rock Row Amphitheater - Westbrook||Westbrook, ME||Sat Aug 31 201904:00 PM|
A Boogie Wit Da Hood Ticket Prices
The average price for A Boogie Wit Da Hood Tickets start from $134. The minimum get in price is $53 for A Boogie Wit Da Hood Tickets at the Rock Row Amphitheater - Westbrook, Westbrook. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Osheaga Festival: Young The Giant, Janelle Monae & A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie - Saturday||Montreal||3-Aug-19||$269||$145|
|Hot Summer 2019: Wiz Khalifa, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie & YK Osiris||Westbrook||31-Aug-19||$134||$53|
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