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Benny The Butcher Announces Cities And Dates For “The Burden Of Plugs Tour” Coming This Fall

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Benny The Butcher Announces Cities And Dates For “The Burden Of Plugs Tour” Coming This Fall

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Staff Writer

Benny The Butcher has been one of the hottest lyricists in the game as he and other members of Griselda Records have been making impacts. The Buffalo rapper also put out the sequel to his 2019 “The Plugs I Met” EP as well last month with his frequent producer, Harry Fraud. “The Plugs I Met 2” contained nine tracks with appearances by 2 Chainz, Fat Joe, French Montana, the late Chinx, and more. This project was led by Benny’s “Thanksgiving” single.

The Butcher is now ready to hit the road again for concerts as thankfully, this is starting to become the case with other music events now that more COVID-19 vaccines are here. This morning, Benny revealed that he will have his “The Burden Of Plugs Tour” coming this fall.

The tour will kick off in Atlanta on October 7 and conclude on November 19 in Austin, TX. It will also have 22 cities in total across these dates. Tickets went on sale today at 12pm ET and can be found at

With Benny’s consistency, he is setting himself up for another very big year. In addition to The Plugs I Met 2, he put out his “Burden Of Proof” album as the the title of this tour mixes in that project. Burden Of Proof initially debuted at No. 27 on the Billboard 200 chart and included appearances from Rick Ross, Big Sean, Lil Wayne, Freddie Gibbs, and more.

Check out the full list of dates and cities for Benny The Butcher’s “The Burden Of Plugs Tour” below.

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