AceShowbiz - Future will hit the road soon. On Tuesday, December 6, the "Life Is Good" rapper announced on Twitter that he will embark on the "One Big Party" tour in 2023.
The 39-year-old will kick off the six-date arena on January 7 at Houston's Toyota Center. He will make other stops in Charlotte, Atlanta, Chicago, and Washington D.C. before concluding the tour on January 27 at Boston's TD Garden.
Alongside the announcement, Future gushed, "ShowTime." The emcee, whose real name is Nayvadius DeMun Cash, "I'm ready To bring ONE BIG PARTY too your city!"
Before going on the tour, Future will wrap this year with a performance at "The Ball Drops in Brooklyn" concert on December 30. It will also feature Lil Uzi Vert, King Combs as well as Chinese Kitty.
Future just dropped his latest album, "I Never Liked You" on April 29. It features guest appearances from Drake ("Wait for U") and ("I'm on One"), Kanye West ("Keep It Burnin"), Gunna and Young Thug ("For a Nut"), Kodak Black ("Voodoo") as well as EST Gee ("Chickens").
On May 2, Future dropped six additional tracks to his ninth album. On the expanded version, there are "No Security" ft. Babyface Ray, "Stayed Down" ft. Young Scooter, "Like Me" ft. 42 Dugg and Lil Baby, "Affiliated" ft. Lil Durk, "Just the Beginning" and "Worst Day".
With "I Never Liked You", Future saw his name on the summit of the Billboard 200 albums chart. It earned 222,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. in the week ending May 5, according to Luminate.