More Rap Concerts For Your Summer 2018 Itinerary - Tours by Chris Brown and Logic

If you’re still experimenting with the whole question of “Is live rap music good or not?” like us, we’ve got a few more rappers who are touring this summer that can help you make up your mind. Chris Brown and Logic are performing across the US over the next few months (separately, of course). We’ll break down what we know about each tour here.

Chris Brown’s Heartbreak on a Full Moon Tour

Can we please talk about the weirdest rap song released this year? In our books, it’s got to be “Freaky Friday” by Chris Brown and Lil’ Dicky. (If not, please tell us in the comments that there is something out there more bizarre.) We have so many questions. Guys, who is Lil’ Dicky? Why are they switching places? And why is Kendall Jenner AT ALL?

Anyway, if you’ve been aching to go see Chris Brown perform live in concert, this is the summer to do it. (Assuming you’ve forgiven him for the whole Rihanna ordeal. If not, skip this section. We wouldn’t blame you.)

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So what’s Chris Brown been up to these past several years? Well, probation, rehab, fights with Drake, and a standoff with the LAPD for starters. He got back together with Rihanna and they broke up again. Oh, you meant musically?

Since hits like “I Can Transform Ya” on his album Graffiti from 2009, he released F.A.M.E, a record that went to number one on the charts with singles like the worldwide dance favorite “Yeah 3x” and the catchy “Look at Me Now” with Busta Rhymes and Lil’ Wayne. Since then, he’s released four more albums and had a surprising amount of sneaky hits, though nothing like his “Gimme That” and “Run It!” days in 2005. (Ah, those dance moves.)

His latest album, Heartbreak on a Full Moon contains singles like “Grass Ain’t Greener,” “Party,” “Pills and Automobiles,” and “Tempo.” It features appearances by Usher, Gucci Mane, Yo Gotti, Young Thug, Future, and (the equally unlikeable and infamous) R Kelly. So can you expect to see some surprise performances on his tour? Maybe, who knows?! By the way, his latest record – number eight for Brown – didn’t get the best reception from critics, but it still made the top five on Billboard. Also, it had a ridiculous 45 tracks… uhh, what?

Aside from the wacko “Freaky Friday” single, Brown also recently produced “Questions,” a hit which samples the popular Kevin Lyttle’s 2003 hit “Turn Me On.”

Brown announced his Heartbreak on a Full Moon Tour back in March and now we know he’ll be joined by Rich the Kid, H.E.R., and 6LACK. The Grammy-winning rapper and R&B star is hitting the road in June in support of his latest album.

Brown’s tour is starting in Seattle, moving through California, Arizona, Texas, and then up the East Coast. He’ll hit a few spots on his way back across the country before capping things off in Vegas for his final show.

We miss the old Chris Brown… Do you think we could put in a request for “Kiss Kiss”?

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Logic’s Bobby Tarantino vs. Everybody Tour

This Grammy-nominated rapper and all-around more respectable and well-liked guy is going on tour this summer too. Following the surprise release of his Bobby Tarantino II mixtape, Logic started his tour in June with Boston and he’s wrapping it up in August in St. Louis.

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Previously, Logic has only co-headlined a tour with G-Eazy and opened for rapper Kid Cudi. His new US-based tour has been sparked in no small part by his four-time platinum song about suicide prevention, “1-800-273-8255.” The popular track features Khalid and Grammy-winning Best New Artist Alessia Cara. Logic himself picked up two Grammy noms for this pertinent single.

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Logic’s music is refreshing in a J. Cole sort of way, yet still easy to nod your head to. Logic raps about partying but also discusses serious topics like self-esteem and mental health. He’s the biracial kid of parents from Maryland, where he grew up poor in a wealthy county. Now teens across the world look up to him. The engaging rapper sends heartfelt messages through his well-enunciated lyrics and charming vibe.

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He’s sorta been rubbing elbows with everybody lately. Logic just appeared on popular electronic dance music DJ Marshmello’s single “Everybody” and he was featured on the Suicide Squad hit “Sucker for Pain” with Lil’ Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, and Imagine Dragons. On his recent mixtape, you’ll find the likes of Big Sean, Young Sinatra, and 2 Chainz.

Opening for Logic on this tour will be Michigan rapper NF and Cali rapper KYLE. NF has an infectious energy and sound, plus he really gets the crowd going with hits like “Let You Down.” (Fun fact: NF first made it big on the Christian Albums charts.) KYLE is known best for his fun single “iSpy” with Lil’ Yachty, but he’s done lots of collaborations with Alessia Cara, Kodak Black, and 2 Chainz too.

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So what can you expect? With three studio albums and seven mixtapes (whoa), Logic has a decent repertoire of music to choose from when it comes to his concerts. Thanks to Reddit, we’ve got some idea of what he’ll be performing on this tour – and it includes a couple of fun covers.

Here’s a recent setlist from the Bobby Tarantino vs. Everybody Tour:

– Grandpa’s Spaceship
– 44 More
– Everybody
– Overnight
– Killing Spree
– Contra
– Fade Away
– Wassup
– Warm It Up
– Freestyle
– Super Mario World
– Benny and the Jets (Elton John cover)
– Unreleased Song #1 (Commonly known as: “I Wish”)
– Take It Back
– Indica Badu
– We Will Rock You (Queen Cover)
– Under Pressure
– Midnight
– Gang Related
– 5AM
– All I Do
– Unreleased Song #2 (Commonly Known As “Keanu Reeves”)
– Shelter (DJ Rhetorik Cover)
– Wizard of Oz
– Black SpiderMan
– 1-800-273-8255
– Flexicution
– BoomTrap Protocol

– Everyday

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Would you rather see Chris Brown or Logic in concert… or is that even a question?