Moneybagg Yo is riding high off the success of his fourth studio album, A Gangsta’s Pain. The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and retook the top spot two weeks later. With the pandemic restrictions lifted, Moneybagg is itching to get A Gangsta’s Pain on tour to celebrate with fans. 

On Friday (July 9), Moneybagg Yo announced he would embark on a nationwide tour for A Gangsta’s Pain this fall. The 21-date tour will kick off on September 9 in Tampa, Florida, with guests such as Fredo BangBIG30, Big Homiie G, Blacc Zacc and TripStar joining Moneybagg on the road. Moneybagg will add more dates in the next few days and fans can purchase tickets at

“Gangstas Pain Tour Kick Off In September After My Gday Shit Fina Be Crazzzyyy !!,” Moneybagg wrote on Instagram. “We Adding Memphis,Nashville & Las Vegas, Tickets Go On Sale Tomorrow I’m Selling Out Every Date I Stamp Det !! #BGE.”


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Those who may miss out on tickets can find Moneybagg at several festivals this year, such as Rolling Loud Miami, Rolling Loud New York, Rolling Loud California, Made In America and Summer Jam.

Moneybagg recently unleashed the Ben Marc-directed music video for his hit song, “Wockesha.” The song became a fan-favorite on A Gangsta’s Paradise, peaking at No. 33 on the Billboard Hot 100, and helped Moneybagg Yo grab the top spot on the Billboard 200 in its first and third week on the charts. 

Lil Wayne opens the video with a brief conversation telling Moneybagg Yo how successful he’s been under the influence of lean. Moneybagg listens but falls into a deep high where his cup of lean turns into an actual woman. 

Moneybagg Yo & Lil Wayne Praise The Lean Double Cup In 'Wockesha' Video


The rest of the video finds Moneybagg going about his day with his lady. She gets her hair done at the salon, but things get weird when other people see Moneybagg walking around with a giant styrofoam cup instead. 

Check out the full list of “A Gangsta’s Pain” tour dates below. 


9/29 – Tampa, FL

9/30 – Raleigh, NC

10/1 – Atlanta, GA

10/2 – Washington, D.C.

10/3 – Charlotte, NC

10/4 – Norfolk, VA

10/5 – Richmond, VA

10/6 – New York, NY

10/9 – Rochester, NY

10/10 – Wallingford, CT

10/12 – Boston, MA

10/14 – Milwaukee, WI

10/15 – Chicago, IL

10/16 – St. Louis, MO

10/20 – Dallas, TX

10/21 – Denver, CO

10/23 – Los Angeles, CA

10/24 – San Francisco, CA

10/25 – Portland, OR

10/26 – Seattle, WA