Drake officially announces two Toronto shows for North American tour

Drake has recently expanded his It’s All A Blur tour by adding 12 fresh dates, which include two shows in his hometown of Toronto. The rapper will perform at Scotiabank Arena on Oct. 5 and 7.

While the rapper is scheduled to perform across North America during the summer, some of his concert dates have been rearranged. Apart from his Canadian stops in Montreal, Vancouver, and Toronto, Drake, who has won five Grammy Awards, has also included new tour stops in several American cities such as Brooklyn, Inglewood, Memphis, and Denver.

Drake is a well-known Canadian rapper, singer, songwriter, actor, and producer. He first gained recognition for his role as Jimmy Brooks on the television series “Degrassi: The Next Generation.” He later transitioned to music and has since become one of the most successful hip-hop artists of all time.

With numerous chart-topping hits, Drake has won multiple awards, including five Grammy Awards and 51 nominations, and has sold over 170 million records worldwide. He is known for his unique blend of rap and R&B and his introspective and personal lyrics, which have resonated with fans around the world.

Last month, when Drake announced his tour in support of his latest album, Her Loss, a collaboration with 21 Savage, there were no Toronto dates mentioned, and Champagne Papi fans were shook.

On July 14, the tour will make a stop at the Bell Centre in Montreal, followed by a performance at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver on Aug. 28.

None of the Canadian shows will include 21 Savage.

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