Rapper Anuel AA postponed the dates of his concert tour scheduled for this summer in Miami, Dallas and Washington.
“Being responsible with you first and in a personal setting, I have been thinking that I need to take some time to recharge batteries and focus on restructuring my personal, family and professional life,” said Anuel AA, according to the local media.
“For this reason, my team and I have decided to postpone the tour until later in 2023. In the meantime, I will continue to do what I am most passionate about, releasing good music,” added the 29-year-old artist.
As part of his Legends Never Die tour, Anuel AA planned to take his show to the cities of Miami, Dallas and Washington during the months of August, September and October of this year.
Until now, the label of the Puerto Rican rapper -Real to death- has not published the new dates for the United States.
In addition to the tour, the interpreter of Adicto and Secreto works on what will be his next album: Legends never die 2, which is the continuation of the homonymous record production that he released at the end of 2021.