Young Thug

Young Thug performs at Rock the Vote's #TURNOUTFORWHAT Concert at The Tabernacle on November 3, 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Young Thug has canceled 14 of 34 dates on his current Hy!£UN35 Tour to focus on recording his upcoming debut album of the same name.

According to a statement from Atlantic Records, the trek will be rescheduled to 2016 to be better timed to his LP. "Young Thug will use this time to focus on putting the finishing touches on his highly anticipated debut album, Hy!£UN35," said a representative from the label. "The postponed dates will be rescheduled to 2016 in support of the release of the Hy!£UN35 album. Refunds will be available at point of purchase. We apologize for any inconvenience." Billboard reached out to his reps for further clarification and received none.

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The Atlantic/300 signee only performed four dates on the tour so far, which featured opening act Tory Lanez. The Atlanta native most recently released his mixtape Barter 6, and teased his debut album Hy!£UN35 with its first single "Pacifier," produced by Mike WiLL Made It.

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See the canceled tour dates below:
Sept. 24 - Detroit, MI

Sept. 25 - Cleveland, OH
Sept. 26 - Cincinnati, OH
Sept. 27 - Grand Rapids, MI
Sept. 29 - Milwaukee, WI
Oct. 16 - Flagstaff, AZ
Oct. 17 - Phoenix, AZ
Oct. 19 - Austin, TX
Oct. 20 - Dallas, TX
Oct. 21 - Houston, TX
Oct. 23 - Mobile, AL
Oct. 27 - Philadelphia, PA
Oct. 29 - Sayreville, NJ
Nov. 1 - Silver Spring, MD