On Tuesday (Nov. 14), Lil Uzi Vert was announced as one of the headliners of the 2024 Rolling Loud California, but shortly after, the Philly rapper expressed their confusion, revealing that they never agreed to it. The Pink Tape hitmaker took to their Instagram Stories to share a photo of the event’s lineup, and wrote, “I never said I was doing Rolling Loud. Don’t understand why my name is on here.”
As previously reported by REVOLT, the three-day music festival is set to take place at Inglewood’s Hollywood Park Grounds, near SoFi Stadium, from Mar. 15 to 17, 2024, with Nicki Minaj and Post Malone as the other headliners. Also taking the stage will be YG, Tyga, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Rae Sremmurd, Sexyy Red, Summer Walker, Big Sean, Don Toliver, Bryson Tiller, Chief Keef, NLE Choppa, Flo Milli, 2Rare, Maiya The Don and Sukihana, just to name a few. Pre-sale tickets for Rolling Loud California are scheduled to go on sale this Thursday (Nov. 16) at 10 a.m. PST, while general tickets go on sale the following day on Friday (Nov. 17) at 10 a.m. PST.
In other related news, last month, during the Chicago stop of their “Pink Tape Tour,” Uzi announced plans to retire after their fourth studio album is released. “Luv Is Rage 3 will be my last album,” they told the crowd. “No, relax. It’s okay… After Luv Is Rage 3, I guess I will go on another tour… But after that, I wanna try to live a normal life.” The release date of the project has yet to be confirmed.
Uzi dropped their latest album, Pink Tape, back in June, and it became the first hip hop album of 2023 to top the Billboard 200 chart — marking the longest wait in a calendar year for a rap album to lead the chart since Cypress Hill’s Black Sunday in 1993. The 26-song project featured Travis Scott, Nicki Minaj, Bring Me The Horizon, Don Toliver, BABYMETAL and Snow Strippers.
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