Kodak Black has completely turned his career around over the past six months. He’s dropped a number one album, released a top five hit and gotten co-signs from Drake and Joe Budden. Most importantly, he’s turned his life towards his work and managed to stay out of legal trouble. Heading into the new year, Kodak Black pledged that he would continue to make major steps forward in his career. The next step on that journey to success is his nationwide tour.
Kodak Black will hit the road this year to capitalize on the release of his latest album, Dying To Live. The Dying To Live tour will stop in thirty-two cities this spring with shows in New Orleans, New York, Houston, Toronto, Philadelphia and Detroit just to name a few. Kodak Black will conclude his tour on May 11th in his home state of Florida at the Rolling Loud five year anniversary festival.
Joining Kodak Black on tour, 147 Calboy and Sniper Gang will serve as opening acts. South Florida Rapper, YNW Melly, was also scheduled to be one of Kodak Black’s opening acts, but he was arrested Wednesday in connection to a double murder. Kodak Black’s team has yet to announce if another act will be selected to take his place.