The self-proclaimed "hand-picked dream team"—comprised of Drake and Migos—have added more dates to their upcoming tour.

The already-stacked Aubrey and The Three Migos Tour has been officially extended as of today (July 11). Drake, who has stayed fairly quiet since his statement regarding photos of him donning blackface, delivered the news on Twitter this morning, with new dates added across the United States and Canada. This now gives fan in both New York City and Canada eleven new chances to catch the "Walk It Talk It" rhymers. Fans will get a chance to see the frequent collaborators perform tracks from Migos' Culture 2, as well as yet-unheard songs from Drizzy's forthcoming LP, Scorpion.

The news follows the reported end of Drake and Pusha T's brief, albeit vicious beef. After Pusha dropped "The Story of Adidon" diss at the end of May, Drake went virtually silent, which music mogul J. Prince says he has something to do with. According to the rap CEO, the "I'm Upset" rhymer has a diss in the stash that will never see the light of day.

"I don't think it would leak because [Drake] gave his word," he told Sway's Universe. "Me knowing Drake like I know him, he has a word and until I see differently, I will believe differently."

Take a look at all of the Aubrey and The Three Migos tour dates below, and purchase your tickets on Drake's official website.

Drake and Migos' Aubrey and The Three Migos Tour Dates

July 26–Salt Lake City, Utah–Vivint Smart Home Arena
July 28–Denver, Colo.–Pepsi Center
July 29—Denver, Colo.—Pepsi Center
July 31–Kansas City, Mo.–Sprint Center
Aug. 1–Saint Paul, Minn.–Xcel Energy Center
Aug. 10–Toronto, Canada–Air Canada Centre
Aug. 11–Toronto, Canada–Air Canada Centre
Aug. 12—Toronto, Canada—Air Canada Centre
Aug. 14–Detroit, Mich.–Little Caesars Arena
Aug. 15—Detroit, Mich.—Little Caesars Arena
Aug. 17–Chicago, Ill.–United Center
Aug. 18–Chicago, Ill.–United Center
Aug. 20—Chicago, Ill.—United Center
Aug. 24–New York, N.Y.–Madison Square Garden
Aug. 25–New York, N.Y.–Madison Square Garden
Aug. 27—New York, N.Y.—Madison Square Garden
Aug. 28—New York, N.Y.—Madison Square Garden
Aug. 30—Brooklyn, N.Y.–Barclays Center
Aug. 31–Brooklyn, N.Y.–Barclays Center
Sept. 1—Brooklyn, N.Y.—Barclays Center
Sept. 4–Montreal, Canada–Bell Centre
Sept. 5—Montreal, Canada—Bell Centre
Sept. 7–Boston, Mass.–TD Garden
Sept. 8–Boston, Mass.–TD Garden
Sept. 9—Boston, Mass.—TD Garden
Sept. 12–Washington, D.C.–Capital One Arena
Sept. 13–Washington, D.C.–Capital One Arena
Sept. 15–Philadelphia, Pa.–Wells Fargo Center
Sept. 16–Philadelphia, Pa.—Wells Fargo Center
Sept. 18—Nashville, Tenn.—Bridgestone Arena
Sept. 21–Miami, Fla.–American Airlines Arena
Sept. 22–Miami, Fla.–American Airlines Arena
Sept. 24–New Orleans, No.–Smoothie King Center
Sept. 26–Dallas, Texas–American Airlines Center
Sept. 27—Dallas, Texas—American Airlines Center
Sept. 29–Houston, Texas–Toyota Center
Sept. 30–Houston, Texas–Toyota Center
Oct. 2—Houston, Texas—Toyota Center
Oct. 5–Las Vegas, Nev.–MGM Grand Garden Arena
Oct. 6–Las Vegas, Nev.–MGM Grand Garden Arena
Oct. 8–Glendale, Ariz.–Gila River Arena
Oct. 12–Los Angeles, Calif.–Staples Center
Oct. 13–Los Angeles, Calif.–Staples Center
Oct. 14—Los Angeles, Calif.—Staples Center
Oct. 16–Los Angeles, Calif.–The Forum
Oct. 17–Los Angeles, Calif.–The Forum
Oct. 19—Los Angeles, Calif.—The Forum
Oct. 26–Oakland, Calif.–Oracle Arena
Oct. 27–Oakland, Calif.–Oracle Arena
Oct. 29—Oakland, Calif.—Oracle Arena
Nov. 1–Tacoma, Wash.–Tacoma Dome
Nov. 3–Vancouver, Canada–Rogers Arena
Nov. 4–Vancouver, Canada–Rogers Arena
Nov. 6–Edmonton, Canada–Rogers Place
Nov. 7—Edmonton, Canada—Rogers Place
Nov. 16–Atlanta, Ga.–Philips Arena
Nov. 17–Atlanta, Ga.–Philips Arena

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