Drake recently announced his upcoming tour in Northern America months from now. He will be joining Roy Woods, DVSN and other special guests. However, their names haven’t been announced yet.

The singer-rapper has been enjoying the top spot in the Billboard charts for two weeks. He will have this upcoming summer Sixteen Tour together with Roy Woods, DVSN and other special guests.

He will be on tour from July to mid-October in his homeland, Canada, and in other areas like Toronto, Montreal, Edmonton, Los Angeles, Chicago, Brooklyn, Denver, San Jose, Philadelphia, Newark and Des Moines.

To those who want to reserve tickets for the upcoming concerts, ticket pre-sales are also available on May 26, Thursday. The VIP tickets will be released for pre-sales on May 23. For more information about the ticket pre-sales and more updates on Drake’s Summer Sixteen Tour, visit Zumic’s website.  

Live Nation also posted details as to where the fans could expect Drake to have his tour. See below dates and locations:

  • July 20  – Austin, Texas
  • July 21 – Dallas, Texas
  • July 23 – Kansas City, Missouri
  • July 24 – Saint Paul, Minnesota
  • July 26, 27 – Chicago, Illinois
  • July 28 – Auburn Hills, Michigan
  • July 31, August 1 – Toronto, Ontario
  • August 4-8- New York, New York
  • August 10 – Boston, Massachusetts
  • August 12 – Buffalo, New York
  • August 13 – Columbus, Ohio
  • August 14 – Nashville, Tennessee
  • August 16 – Detroit, Michigan
  • August 17 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • August 19, 20 – Washington, District of Columbia
  • August 21 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • August 23 – Greensboro, North Carolina
  • August 25, 26 – Atlanta, Georgia
  • August 27 – Tampa, Florida

You can find Drake’s upcoming show details with place and time here.

Meanwhile, the “Started from the Bottom” singer has surpassed Justin Timberlake’s record with “Can’t Stop the Feeling,” which has dropped to the third spot.

“One Dance” was released under Young Money/Cash Money/Republic Records weeks ago. Yet two weeks after its launching date, it immediately became one of the most in demand songs based on the On-Demand songs streaming chart, with 30 million on-demand plays across the United States.

Aside from that, it also earned the top 2 spot on the Streaming Songs chart with 32.8 million US streams, which is equivalent to 5%. What is more interesting is that the song itself gained top 2 on Digital Songs sales chart for two weeks with 130,000 downloads sold or approximately 15%.

On the Radio Songs alone, Drake’s “One Dance” was able to reach 121 million audience. Now, it has earned the top spot on the Billboard charts for two consecutive weeks.

Previously, Drake released his “Views” album, which also gained much appreciation from the listeners. The album was compared with Adele’s third album “25,” which also made it to the top Billboard charts and to Spin’s “Coloring Book” album.