Last year, Big Sean dropped both his solo effort, the No.1 and platinum-certified LP I Decided., and his collaborative project with Metro Boomin, Double or Nothing. But those two albums won't be his sole focus on his just-announced new tour.
Sean took to Instagram today to reveal his plans to embark on a trek, titled the Unfriendly Reminder Tour, that supports not just his "new classics," but also his "old mixtapes and albums." He wrote:
"Before I step into this new chapter of music, I was really sitting and reflecting on the past ten years and all we've accomplished. I had to go back in and listen to all the old mixtapes and albums, and I was like damn man a lot of this stuff didn't get the true shine. So with the platform I have now, I thought it would be perfect to revisit a lot of the old music as well as the new classics on my next tour. But I'm gonna give you guys the opportunity to chose my setlist on this tour. Can't wait to hit the road. #UnfriendlyReminderTour."
The 31-date, two-month trip kicks off in Orlando, Fla. in April and closes out in Toronto, Canada in June. Sean will be joined by Playboi Carti, Shy Glizzy, and Gashi.