Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj may be hitting the road together.
The R&B superstar and rap queen are plotting a joint tour this fall, according to Variety. No dates have been announced and it’s unclear if the two will be co-headliners. However, New Jersey’s Prudential Center has already listed a Sept. 13 date with Brown as the headliner. Tickets go on sale April 26.
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The joint pairing would make sense. The two just collaborated on Brown’s new single “Wobble Up” featuring G-Eazy, for which a video has also been shot.
Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj are rumored to go on tour together. The tickets are supposed to go on sale on April 26.
They previously collaborated on tracks including 2012’s “Right by My Side” and 2013’s “Love More,” as well as DJ Khaled’s “Do U Mind” and Meek Mill’s “Whatever You Need.”
The tour news follows Variety‘s report that Minaj has parted ways with her longtime managers, Gee Roberson and Cortez Bryant and Blueprint/Maverick Management, who she had worked with for the majority of her career. She currently does not have management.
Minaj recently wrapped her European tour with Juice WRLD and had previously announced plans for a North American tour this summer. Last summer, Chris launched his “Heartbreak on a Full Moon Tour” with 6LACK, H.E.R., and Rich the Kid.
UPDATE: Chris Brown has confirmed the tour with Nicki Minaj and revealed that it will actually kick off this summer instead of the fall.
“THE TOUR WILL NOT BE IN THE FALL!!!!!!!” he wrote on Instagram Stories. “IT IS IN THE SUMMER! THIS SUMMER.”
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