21 Savage - Numb The Pain Tour

Doc Roc Presents

21 Savage - Numb The Pain Tour

YoungBoy Never Broke Again

Thu Dec 21

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Cain's Ballroom

Tulsa, OK

$33.00 - $150.00

Sold Out

This event is all ages


Advance $33
Day of Show $35
Door $35
Mezzanine (21+) $48

There is a $2 fee that applies to each ticket purchased at the Cain's Box Office.

Meet & Greet $150 (ONLINE ONLY)
Early Entry $75 (ONLINE ONLY)

Details for the VIP Packages will be listed under the ticket type. You will receive an email with instructions a few days before the event. If you have any questions, before or after your order, please contact info@future-beat.com - Thank You!

No re-entry! No smoking! No refunds!

Support acts are subject to change without notice!

YoungBoy Never Broke Again
YoungBoy Never Broke Again
The realer the story, the realer the rapper.

YoungBoy Never Broke Again lives every word he spits. Through that honesty, the Baton Rouge rapper built a formidable following and earned early acclaim from The Fader, Stereogum, XXL, HotNewHipHop, and more, and landed a deal with Never Broke Again records by the age of 17.

Of course, he’d lived about two lifetimes by what would be a typical senior year in high school…
“Baton Rouge ain’t nice,” he sighs. “What I do, there’s nothing to explain. I just want people to feel it.”

He’s played by his own rulebook since birth. At the age of four, YoungBoy broke his neck in a wrestling accident. He took it upon himself to rip the surgical halo off early, leaving what he refers to as “tiger stripe” scars on his forehead. Growing up, mom and another local hero inspired him to rap.

“My mom used to make music,” he explains. “An artist named Lil Phat came up from Baton Rouge too, and he made me want to rap even more than that. It was both of them combined.”

At 12-years-old, his godmother paid for a professional studio session, and YoungBoy immediately felt at home in the booth. As he rapped, the budding talent took the name “YoungBoy” from a Philadelphia phrase commonly shouted by Meek and “Never Broke Again” as a goal. 2015 saw him release his explosive debut mixtape Mind of a Menace followed by Mind of Menace 2, Mind of a Menace 3, and 38 Baby.
Following what he describes as “a few setbacks” leading to six months in prison, YoungBoy unleashed pure fire in the form of 2017’s AI YoungBoy¬—representative of a new side of his rap persona. Standouts like “No Smoke,” “Dark Into Light” [feat. Yo Gotti], and “Wat Chu Gone Do”
[feat. Peewee Longway] showcased his bulletproof bars and hard-hitting hooks, while the single “Untouchable” generated 3.7 million plays in less than a month with its deft lyricism and undeniable chant that’s impossible for the competition to touch.

“It’s the last song I recorded before my incarceration,” he goes on. “It’s the first song I released when I came home. It means I’m untouchable. Nobody can knock me off the game since I came home.”

With 38 Baby 2 dropping next and a forthcoming major label debut up ahead, YoungBoy’s legacy is about to be as real as his story is. “I just want people to listen,” he leaves off. “This is what I do, man. That’s all there is to say.”
Venue Information:
Cain's Ballroom
423 N Main St.
Tulsa, OK, 74103
http://www.cainsballroom.com