Pontiac, MI rapper and social media phenomenon DDG returns to the road for the “Breaking The Internet” Tour this Spring. It kicks off March 27 in Charlotte, NC, rolls through major markets coast-to-coast, and concludes on April 18 in Houston, TX at Peacock. Check out the full itinerary below.
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The news follows the meteoric success of his latest single “Run It Up” [feat. YBN Nahmir, G Herbo, & Blac Youngsta]. Buoyed by brazen bars and quick cadences, the track culminates on an instantly infectious chorus in the middle of standout verses from this quartet of rising stars. At the helm, DDG shines with the undeniable star power that transformed him into a viral sensation.
Already, it has amassed over 10.2 million worldwide streams as it nears the 5 million mark on YouTube for the “acrobatic” and entertaining music video.” Complex featured the “up-tempo” track in a detailed piece, while HotNewHipHop praised it as “infectious.”
Right now, DDG is putting the finishing touches on his major label debut EP in partnership between his own DDG Entertainment and Epic Records.
Watch him “Run It Up” in 2019…
Standing out with his sharp signature flow, DDG put Pontiac, MI on the map as an undeniable presence online and force behind the mic. He broke through to mainstream popularity by teaming with Famous Dex for “Lettuce.” Capitalizing on this momentum, he dropped the 2018 independent project Take Me Serious, which catapulted him to the forefront of rap’s next era. Standouts on a stacked tracklisting, “Arguments”racked up 27 million YouTube views and 13 million streams as “Givenchy” followed closely on its heels with 22 million YouTube views and 12 million streams. Inking a deal between his own DDG Entertainment and Epic Records in 2019, he’s positioned to pop off from Pontiac and onto the global stage in 2019.
Breaking the Internet Tour!
|3/27||Charlotte, NC||Neighborhood Theater|
|3/29||Washington, DC||Union Stage|
|3/31||Philadelphia, PA||Voltage Lounge|
|4/1||New York, NY||SOB’s|
|4/6||Detroit, MI||St. Andrew’s Hall|
|4/7||Cleveland , OH||HOB Cambridge Room|
|4/9||Los Angeles, CA||Roxy|
|4/10||Santa Ana, CA||Constellation Room|
|4/12||San Francisco, CA||Slim’s|
|4/14||Scottsdale, AZ||Pub Rock|
|4/16||Dallas, TX||Cambridge Room|
|4/18||Houston, TX||HOB Bronze Peacock|
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