Big Sean enjoyed a successful 2017, starting with the release of his I Decided., which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard. The Detroit MC wrapped the year up on a high-note, linking up with Metro Boomin on their collaborative Double Or Nothing project. Sean Don’s focus is now on his forthcoming fifth studio LP, an album the 29-year-old described as “an album that I’ve been waiting my whole life to drop,” in an interview with Ryan Seacrest on the 2018 Grammy Awards red carpet. Before the album arrives later this year, Big Sean is hitting the road on the “Unfriendly Reminder” North American tour.
The 31-date trek will center around Big Sean performing underground favorites, mixtape classics, an deep album cuts that don’t normally get performed during his live shows. Supported by Playboi Carti, Shy Glizzy and GASHI, the tour begins Apr. 12 in Orlando, making stops in Miami, Houston, Los Angeles, Vancouver, Atlanta, Brooklyn, Chicago, and Detroit, before wrapping up in Toronto on Jun. 3. Tickets for the tour go on-sale Friday (Feb. 9), with pre-sales beginning Thursday (Feb. 8).