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Future and Metro Boomin announce North American ‘We Trust You’ tour dates
Future and Metro Boomin have announced their joint tour, ‘We Trust You’ – check out the full list of North American dates below.Last night (April 16), the duo took to social media to announce the tour, which is named after their pair of collaborative albums – March’s ‘We Don’t Trust You’ and April’s ‘We Still Don’t Trust You’. The tour will see the two musicians perform 27 dates across North America, including stops in Detroit, Atlanta, Las Vegas, Boston, Toronto and many more.They are due to kick off their trek on July 30 at the T-Mobile Center in Kansas City before wrapping up north of the border on September 9 in Vancouver, B.C., at Rogers Arena.Tickets will be available to Cash App Card customers starting today (April 17), while the general public can cop their tickets on Friday (April 19) via the Live Nation website at 10am local time.JULY30 – Kansas City, MO – T-Mobile Center31 – Saint Paul, MN – Xcel Energy CenterAUGUST02 – Milwaukee, WI – Fiserv Forum03 – Chicago, IL – Lollapalooza (Grant Park)04 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena06 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena08 – Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena10 – Columbus, OH – Schottenstein Center11 – Toronto, Ontario – Scotiabank Arena13 – Boston, MA – TD Garden14 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center15 – Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center17 – Washington, D.C. – Capital One Arena20 – New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center22 – Houston, TX – Toyota Center23 – San Antonio, TX – Frost Bank Center24 – Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center25 – Tulsa, OK – BOK Center27 – Denver, CO – Ball Arena28 – Salt Lake City, UT – Delta Center30 – Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena31 – Inglewood, CA – Intuit DomeSEPTEMBER03 – Sacramento, CA – Golden 1 Center04 – Oakland, CA – Oakland Arena0
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Riding with Bey: How Beyoncé got Willie Jones to saddle up in the ‘fourth quarter’ for ‘Cowboy Carter’
“Texas Hold ’Em” singer made a last-minute pitch to country upstart Willie Jones to appear on her new “Cowboy Carter” opus — with the album deadline fast approaching to make her March 29 release date — it was either go big or stay home.“It was literally in the fourth quarter,” Jones, 29, told The Post of recording his “Just for Fun” duet with Beyoncé in the final stages of “Cowboy Carter.” “It was literally … end of February, February 20-something.”Jones got the call that would change his life from Alex Vickery, who produced his vocals on “Just for Fun” — which, despite its title, is a decidedly moody meditation.“She’s like, ‘Are you sitting down?’ I was like, ‘Yeah.’ And she’s like, ‘You know Beyoncé is working on a country album … [and] she loves your voice.’ I was like, ‘Are you serious?’ She was like, ‘Can you come out here tomorrow?’ I was like, ‘Send the car.’ ”And now the Shreveport, Louisiana native is galloping into history as one of the Black country artists spotlighted by Beyoncé Knowles Carter on “Cowboy Carter” — the undisputed event record of 2024 — which just scored the biggest sales week of the year in its chart-topping debut on the Billboard 200. Released to rave reviews (including mine), the LP also made Queen B the first Black woman to reign over the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, while simultaneously holding the top three spots on the Hot Country Songs chart led by her No.
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