Migos have postponed their planned North American May tour with OG Maco to July, though the new dates and locations have yet to be determined.
“Due to circumstances beyond our control, we are postponing this tour until July,” the Atlanta rap trio said in a statement. “We want to be at our best and make sure that we give 100 percent during the Yung Rich Nation tour. We would also like to say ‘Thank you’ to all our fans for their love and support.” The tour, in support of their debut album YRN Tha Album, was set to kick off on May 1st in Milwaukee and end on May 28th in San Francisco.
The news follows the recent arrest of Quavo and Offset on gun and drug charges in the middle of a concert. Police cut the group’s Georgia Southern University show early and arrested the members for felony possession of cocaine, Oxycontin and codeine along with charges of carrying a loaded weapon in a school zone.
The “Versace” trio recently spoke with Rolling Stone about life after their 2013 hit and upcoming debut album. “[Y.R.N.] is for the people that say we’re one-hit wonders,” said Offset. “We’re proving longevity and versatility and that we can actually sell records.”
YRN Tha Album is still set to be released on June 16th via Quality Control Music and will feature production from DJ Mustard.