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Snoop Dogg cancels all upcoming shows outside of U.S. 'due to unforeseen scheduling conflicts'


Snoop Dogg cancels all upcoming shows outside of US in 2022 ‘due to unforeseen scheduling conflicts’

Snoop Dogg has canceled all of his upcoming tour dates that had been scheduled outside of the United States for the remainder of 2022.

The Gin And Juice rapper made the announcement, with ‘regrets’, on his Instagram page on Sunday, but made sure to clarify that his shows in the U.S. are still on.

‘Dear friends and fans, Due to unforeseen scheduling conflicts, including family obligations and upcoming tv and film projects, Snoop Dogg regrets he is canceling all upcoming non-U.S. tour dates for the remainder of 2022,’ the statement began.

Tour dates canceled: Snoop Dogg, 50, announced he has canceled all of his upcoming shows outside of the U.S. in 2022 'due to unforeseen scheduling conflicts'

Tour dates canceled: Snoop Dogg, 50, announced he has canceled all of his upcoming shows outside of the U.S. in 2022 ‘due to unforeseen scheduling conflicts’

‘He was excited to see all his fans around the world and apologies to all that had already made plans to see his show,’ the statement for Snoop continued.

‘He looks forward to rescheduling dates in the future.’

The message also noted that all tickets will be refunded at ‘the original point of purchase.’

The statement concluded, ‘Snoop Dogg is still committed to his remaining US tour dates for the rest of 2022.’

Socializing: The legendary rapper made the announcement on his Instagram page on Sunday

Socializing: The legendary rapper made the announcement on his Instagram page on Sunday

The legendary rapper captioned the post: “FROM THE DESK OF SNOOP DOGG.’ 

Before announcing the cancelations, the Drop It Like It’s Hot star was scheduled to perform concerts across Europe, starting from August 26 to September 19. 

In February, Snoop (born Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr.) released his nineteenth studio album, BODR (abbreviation for Bacc On Death Row), which is his first record not to be released through Doggystyle Records.

BODR has since gone on to debut at number 104 on the US Billboard 200.

Tour interrupted: Before announcing the cancelations, the Drop It Like It's Hot star was scheduled to perform concerts across Europe, starting from August 26 to September 19

Tour interrupted: Before announcing the cancelations, the Drop It Like It’s Hot star was scheduled to perform concerts across Europe, starting from August 26 to September 19

Just before the album dropped, The Chronic rapper acquired the rights to the Death Row Records trademark from MNRK Music Group (formerly known as eOne Music).

The sale did not immediately include rights to the label’s catalog, but it was reported that he was nearing a deal with MNRK to acquire the catalogs, that would include his own previous work and other artists such as Dr. Dre, 2Pac and Tha Dogg Pound.

During his career, Snoop has sold over 23 million albums in the United States and 35 million albums worldwide.

Album support: In February, Snoop (born Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr.) released his nineteenth studio album, BODR (abbreviation for Bacc On Death Row), which is his first record not to be released through Doggystyle Records

Album support: In February, Snoop (born Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr.) released his nineteenth studio album, BODR (abbreviation for Bacc On Death Row), which is his first record not to be released through Doggystyle Records

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