The rapper posted on Instagram that he will be touring Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Gambia and Ghana in February 2018.
He wrote: “Shout to Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Gambia and Ghana for showing love. I’ll be touring over there February 2018”
Birdman is the co-founder and public face of Cash Money Records. He is also one half of the hip hop duo the Big Tymers with producer Mannie Fresh.
Along with his releases with Big Tymers and for his solo career, Birdman has released a collaboration album and numerous tracks with rapper Lil Wayne whom he took under his wing at an early age.
Birdman has also made his name by contributing to the making of YMCMB (Young Money Cash Money Billionaires), a combination of the former’s “Cash Money” and Lil Wayne’s Young Money Entertainment imprint under the label.
In other Birdman news, the Cash Money boss, who’s donned face tattoos for decades, has decided to rid himself of all facial ink.
“Takin tattoos off my face,” he captioned a selfie on Instagram, adding hashtags: “#livinlegend #lifestyle #RICHLIFE #Bryanwilliams #kali.”
It’s unclear why Baby has decided to make the move. In the past, he’s been proud of the ink on his flesh. Last year, he spoke about the significance behind them with Inked Magazine.
“Some peoples’ tattoos don’t have meanings, but all of my tattoos have some significance,” he said. “I like my tattoos to have a meaning. Family and money—all of my tats are about family and money.”
During the interview, he even stressed the importance of looking beyond a person’s tattoos. “That tattoo is something you believe in—that’s why you do it,” he said. “Make sure to not let anything stop you from what you’re trying to achieve. You may have tattoos on you, but that don’t make you a different person. You just have to work harder and keep grinding.”