Tory Lanez Tickets
A new name has emerged in the world of hip-hop music from Toronto who calls himself Tory Lanez. He has already impressed everyone in the industry with his debut album, ‘I Told You’ which reached the fourth spot on the Billboard 200. The record was praised by the critics and featured a couple of singles out of which, Say It topped the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart. Moreover, Lanez has also been nominated for a BET Award in the category of ‘Best New Artist’ in 2016. Now to support his studio album, Tory is embarking on ‘I Told You Tour’ and will be performing his hip-hop anthems in your town soon. If you want to catch him live then get your hands on the Tory Lanez tickets.
Tory Lanez is the newest hip-hop sensation that has got the entire world buzzing. Though he recently started to get more attention from the mainstream media, Lanez has been in the business for quite a while and has released several mixtapes. He is now going on tour, so if you like rap music then book Tory Lanez tickets as he will blow your mind with his energetic performance.
Nothing comes easy
Born as Daystar Peterson in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Tory Lanez had a tough upbringing as he grew up without his mother who died in his childhood due to a rare disease. He was then refused to be taken care of by his grandmother and was left completely alone in a strange world. In these troubled times, it was only rap music which kept him going. Tory later met with his friend, Hakeem, who gave him a nickname, Lanez and by the age of sixteen, he started performing music at the outdoor concerts.
Talented from the start, nothing was handed over to Tory Lanez and he had to work his way up to reach the level of success he received over the years. In 2009, the Toronto native came out with his mixtape, ‘T.L 2 T.O’ and directed some of his music videos which he uploaded them on his YouTube channel. It eventually caught the eye of the Mobo Award winning reggae singer, Sean Kingston who watched a video of him freestyling over Lloyd Bank’s, Beamer, Benz and Bentley. Kingston immediately signed him to his record label, Time is Money Entertainment via which Lanez released three mixtapes, ‘Mr. Peterson,’ ‘Chixtape’ and ‘Swavey.’
In 2012, Tory Lanez quit the label and became an independent artist. He continued to release more mixtapes and put out ‘Sincerely Tory,’ ‘Conflicts of My Soul: The 416 Story’ and ‘Chixtape II.’ Big things started to happen for him after two years in 2014 as he teamed up with G-Eazy on his ‘These Things Happen tour.’ Lanez then released a couple of episodes of ‘Public Swave Announcement’ which featured behind the scene footage of the road trip. Later in the same year, he came out with his mixtape, ‘Lost Cause’ for which he went on his first headlining tour called, ‘Lost Cause Tour.’ The mixtape was supported by four singles, The Mission, Henny in Hand, Mamma Told Me and I-95.
After concluding his tour, Tory Lanez began to enjoy success as more people from around the world started following him. He soon revealed that his first extended play will be available in the market in the summer of 2015. To build up the hype, Tory released three songs, titled In For It, Ric Flair and Acting Like before he released his EP, ‘Cruel Intentions.’ It was produced by Baauer, RL Grime, D33J, Shlohmo and Play Picasso and featured a total of five songs.
I Told You
Once his debuted extended play, ‘Cruel Intentions’ hit the shelves in 2015, Tory Lanez was offered a recording contract by Benny Blanco’s Mad Love Records and Interscope Records. He then released his first single, Say It which he performed on the Jimmy Kimmel Live! In the fall of 2015, he recorded two more mixtapes, ‘Chixtape III’ and ‘The New Toronto’ and later went on ‘The Level Up Tour’ with ASAP Ferg in 2016. Lanez then released his second single, Luv which climbed to the fifth spot on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and followed it by putting out his first debut album, ‘I Told You.’
The record was received well by the critics as Now gave it three stars out of five. It entered the Billboard 200 at the fourth spot and featured a track list of fourteen songs. Now to promote his first studio effort, Tory Lanez is embarking on tour and will be playing music in your town soon. If you want to enjoy the concert then grab your Tory Lanez tickets and watch his performance live.
Tory Lanez Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Tory Lanez tickets is $56. The date and location for this event is 9-Nov-17 at Richmond Coliseum, Richmond. The minimum get-in price for Tory Lanez tickets is $52.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Ram Fest: Tory Lanez, Shy Glizzy & 24Hrs||Richmond||9-Nov-17||$56||$52|
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Q:What is the price of Tory Lanez Tickets 2017?
A:One of the newest members of the hip hop fraternity, Tory Lanez is now on tour. You can now book your Tory Lanez Tickets to see the young star live in concert. The highest average tickets price is $255 while the lowest average tickets price stands at $104. As far as the get in prices are concerned, the highest get in price is $53 whereas the lowest get in price is just $7 as we speak.