Benny The Butcher announced his upcoming tour on social media on Monday (March 13) “Thank God I Made It World Tour.” The tour, which is set to start in Baltimore in April, will tour four additional American cities before heading over to Europe, where the Buffalo emcee is scheduled to rock stages in Israel, Greece, Germany, as well as many more cities before coming to an end in April. It should be noted that along with the announcement, Benny also provided some humorous instructions about how to celebrate, including that you should buy tickets, make your way to the right venue, scream at the top of your lungs, and sing the lyrics as though you wrote ’em yourself.
In the interview that Benny conducted for the “Tour Tales” series, Benny The Butcher spoke publicly about how important it is to give fans a show that is second to none. “People come to see what I do when I rap over just the record and don’t have any vocals,” he explained. “At first, I never realized what I was doing until I started doing it regularly for two or three years. There is a greater level of emotion in that. There is no better way to express your feelings.”
The musician also provided some tips that he has learned over the course of his career regarding touring.
“You should be cautious about inviting them back into your room,” Benny The Butcher advised. “In addition, you should be cautious of these promoters. It is possible that they are attempting to scam you. There’s a variety of s**t to look out for besides searching out for violence.”
A few years back, in the year 2022, Benny The Butcher launched the fourth episode of his Tana Talk series. A total of twelve tracks were featured on that project, along with features from the likes of 38 Spesh, Diddy, Conway The Machine, J. Cole, Boldy James, and Westside Gunn. His Black Soprano Family collective was also involved with the compilation titled Long Live DJ Shay in the same year, which was named for the late Griselda Records producer of the same name. It is important to note that Benny has appeared on a plethora of songs, outside of his own releases, including G Herbo “Real Rap,” Maxo Kream “FOOTBALL HEADS,” Lobby Boyz “Praying,” Lloyd Banks “Living Proof,” DJ Drama “Forever,” and French Montana “RZA.”