The 6 God’s “Its’ All A Blur” tour has set new records, and one of the concert dates brought in a payout for Drake that changed rap history.
Drake occupied the Capitol One Arena for a two-night visit in Washington, D.C., over the weekend. Drizzy is now the first hip hop artist in American history to make $5 million at a single arena show, according to Chart Data.
The “God’s Plan” spitter earned $5.032 million from his performance(s) in Washington, D.C., approximately. The performance brought in more money than any other Drake performance to date.
In the course of his “It’s All A Blur” Tour, Drake has been making his way through the audience toward the stage. When the Young Money legend arrived in Philadelphia, Meek Mill led him to the stage.
As soon as he hit the stage, Drake talked about his relationship with Meek and how it once became heated for him while he was in Philadelphia.
Meek Mill made the ring walk tonight in Philly pic.twitter.com/yeoYt38wax
— Drake Fan Page (@DrakeDirect_) August 1, 2023
Drake Rakes In $5M For D.C. Concert
“I don’t stand up here and lie to nobody,” Drizzy spoke to the crowd.
“You see who I walked out here with, right? I’ma always keep it 100 with you. The last time I was in this building, that man right here, he’s been representing this city since he started in this sh*t.
.@Drake becomes the first rapper to earn over $5 million in a single arena-concert in US history, with $5.032 million each night at Capital One Arena in Washington on July 28-29.
— Touring Data (@touringdata) August 1, 2023
“We weren’t getting along at the time and he’s a real nig*a so he definitely got us up out of Philly real quick! We didn’t stick around and chill.
“It means the most to me that I could come back to this city and I could show the growth as two men that we come together and represent for motherf*cking Philadelphia together.”
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