Due to his ongoing legal issues, Kodak Black was removed from this weekend's Rolling Loud Festival in Miami and also from Future, Migos and Tory Lanez's upcoming Nobody Safe Tour. In Kodak's place, A$AP Ferg (who was previously on just a few dates) is now on almost the whole tour, as is Zoey Dollaz.

The tour hits NJ on May 18 at PNC Bank Arts Center with Future, Tory Lanez, Ferg, Zoey Dollaz, and Young Thug instead of Migos. It also hits Brooklyn on May 19 at Barclays Center with Future, Migos, Tory Lanez, and Zoey Dollaz. Tickets for those shows are still available. Updated dates are listed below.

Ferg also a new video out for his Remy Ma collab "East Coast," which you can check out below. Ferg also plays NYC's Governors Ball in June.

Zoey Dollaz also just dropped a new mixtape called Nobody's Safe (named after the tour), which is out on Future's Freebandz imprint and features Future on two songs. It also features PnB Rock (who sings the addictive hook on Kodak Black's "Too Many Years" and has a collab mixtape with Fetty Wap) on one. You can stream the whole thing below.

A few dates on the Nobody Safe Tour also include A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, who has two sold-out NYC shows this month and plays the just-announced Made In America festival.

Nobody Safe tour

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