Lil Xan has reportedly canceled 5 upcoming concert events because of the numerous hours he put into making his new album, Be Safe. According to TMZ, the venture — a tribute to the late Mac Miller — was too taxing on the 22-year-old rapper.
Subsequently, he determined to take a break and resume his touring schedule on November 6 with a present in Colorado.
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Xan has shared a number of social media posts indicating he’s been arduous at work on the album.
On Monday (October 29), the Redlands, California native posted a video clip of the track “Worst Day Ever.” The single artwork is a photograph of Miller.
Miller handed away on September 7 of a suspected drug overdose. Xan initially mentioned he was “retiring” from rap altogether following Miller’s loss of life.
“What Mac Miller meant to me — he was my idol, my hero, the primary purpose I actually needed to pursue music ’trigger music was actually by no means what I needed to do,” Xan mentioned. “I needed to be a photographer and simply acquired tangled on this life. He’s the rationale I pursued music and primarily the rationale I’m quitting music.”
Soon after, he was taken to the hospital after claiming he’d overdosed on Hot Cheetos and has since resumed his rap profession.
Be Safe — which Xan says are the final phrases Miller mentioned to him — is anticipated to reach on December 2.