Drake fans across the pond will have to wait a little longer for their point of Views, as the rapper has announced a postponement to his Boy Meets World UK tour dates. Shows in Glasgow, London and Amsterdam were originally slated to take place later this month, starting on the 21st, but have instead been moved to the third week in March due to "unforeseen production setbacks."

Drake's management issued the following statement regarding the postponements: "We would like to inform you that shows on the 'Boy Meets World Tour' in Amsterdam, London, Glasgow are being moved to new dates. Drake wanted to create a special experience for fans in Europe and the UK so he has added some incredible new features to an already specular production. Unfortunately due to unforeseen production setbacks it will need a little more time to be ready. Drake can't wait to see all his fans so he can deliver an amazing and memorable experience."

The rapper's Summer Sixteen tour across North America featured a rotating cast of surprise guests and performers, and earlier this month, it was named the highest grossing hip-hop tour to date, raking in $85 million over 54 shows. How that stage show will translate to the European dates remains to be seen, but earlier this month, it was confirmed that Young Thug will be joining Drake once he does embark on that international course.

Drake's two Glasgow shows slated for Jan. 25 and Jan. 26, will now take place on March 22 and 23. His Jan. 28 show in London has been moved to March 20.

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