- 11 Oct 18
He'll be coming round to Europe before first performing across Australia and New Zealand in November.
West coast hip-hop staple YG has today confirmed that he'll be bringing his Stay Dangerous Tour to Ireland this December. The rapper will be taking in a show at The Olympia Theatre in Dublin on the 13th of the month, following the release of his fourth studio album Stay Dangerous in August.
The album was executive produced by YG's long-time partner DJ Mustard, and features the likes of Quavo (of Migos), Nicki Minaj, Big Sean and A$AP Rocky among others. The record also debuted at No. 5 on the US Billboard 200 charts and marked the third consecutive top-ten album of his in the United States.
The 'Who Do You Love' rapper announced himself into the wider consciousness of the hip-hop community with his dynamic debut album My Krazy Life, which was released to widespread praise and has since been certified platinum. He's since established himself as one of the most prominent artists in the genre, working with a range of names in the process from Kendrick Lamar and Drake to Mariah Carey.