A$AP Rocky Wraps Injured Generation Tour + Drops New Music Video

After spending the last month performing as a crash dummy (and a babushka) around North America, Rocky wrapped up his Injured Generation Tour last night (February 6th) in Kent, Washington at accesso ShoWare Center.
The mostly sold-out tour was in support of his latest studio album TESTING, which saw Rocky getting more experimental than he ever has before. To dive more into the songs on the setlist, make sure to get familiar with our Setlist Playlist piece.
Rocky's tour was prefaced with a PSA to encourage people to use their cars' safety belt, while also taking more ricks. He did a stand-out job relaying this sentiment as he pulled wild stunts during the performance, like rapping "Gunz N Butter" in a car suspended over the stage.
His 23-song setlist carried 17 mainstays through the entire tour, mostly made up of songs off TESTING. Deep cuts included "R.I.P" with Playboi Carti, one of the tour's openers, "Lord Pretty Flacko Jodye 2," "Nonstop," "Sundress," "JD," "Peso," "Purity," "Shittin Me" and "Taste."
Rocky not only impressed fans on this tour with production value and a fulfilling setlist, but he also made sure the guest list was turnt. Check out this fan caught clip of Rocky bringing out Drake and Tyga during his show at Los Angeles' Forum.

He sang "Taste" with Tyga, and "Nonstop" and "Sicko Mode" with Drake. Check out the epic setlist from that night below:
A$AP Rocky
If you missed out on the tour, or simply want to relive it, you're in luck, because Rocky recently announced the production of his film "Injured Generation." The preview teases a hardcore representation of what goes down during his shows. Watch the wild trailer below:

Rocky also dropped two new videos in the span of the 24 hours. Yesterday, he shared the music video for "Kids Turned Out Fine," directed by Dexter Navy.

"Kids Turned Out Fine"
Today, a video for his song "Runnin," from the film Creed II, featuring Ferg, Nicki Minaj and Mike WiLL Made-It, dropped. It features the different artists posted up at different local food spots in Harlem and Queens in NYC. Watch the video below:
"Runnin'" didn't get a live debut by Rocky on this tour, but perhaps he'll give fans a taste at one of his festival performances this year. Rocky will next perform on the 17th of this month in Miami, Florida at III Points Music Festival.
You can relive the tour by blaring our Injured Generation Setlist Spotify playlist!
Check out all his festival dates below!
02/17 – Miami, FL @ III Points Music Festival 03/22-23 – New Orleans, LA @ Buku Music + Art Project 06/19-21 – Ferropolis, DE @ Melt! Festival 07/10-14 – Dour, BE @ Dour Festival 07/18-20 – Barcelona, ES @ Sonar Festival

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Last updated: 22 Feb 2019, 17:20 Etc/UTC