4Batz, the rising Hip Hop star from Dallas, has announced his very first headlining tour, and he’s letting everyone know exactly who inspired it. In an Instagram post on June 5, the artist revealed the dates for his ‘Thank U, Jada Tour,’ a clear nod to his ex-girlfriend who he says broke his heart.

The nine-show run kicks off on July 29 in Chicago and wraps up on August 10 in Oakland, with stops in cities like New York, Atlanta, Los Angeles, and his hometown of Dallas. Fans can grab their tickets starting Friday, June 7 at 10 a.m. local time.

Captioning his announcement with “A n-gga finally going on tour. Presale drops tomorrow hit dat link in bio to get early access. See yall on tour,” 4Batz didn’t hold back his excitement.

In a recent interview with GQ, 4Batz opened up about the end of his three-year relationship and how it drove him to pursue his music career. ‘[One day] she called my phone and she said, ‘Batz, I don’t want to be with you no more. I’m just not fucking with you,’ he recalled. ‘Literally a month before that, my pops died.’

That breakup was the fuel he needed. ‘So I said, ‘All right, well, if you do that, I’m going to blow the fuck up. I’m going to be on all these interviews, I’m going to be on all these blogs… I’m going to be everywhere, and I’m going to shit on you. I’m going to make you feel bad.”

When he saw his ex flaunting a new boyfriend on social media the next day, the pain pushed him into a deep depression. ‘My blood was boiling, bro, and I was just going in for like 10 minutes straight with my eyes closed, and by the time I stopped talking I noticed she had hung up. And then I was like, Shit, she doesn’t care no more.’

The emotional toll led him to dark thoughts, but he channeled his anguish into his music. During a sit-down with Complex, he admitted every song on his debut EP ‘U Made Me a St4r’ is about her. He even joked about giving her free VIP tickets to his upcoming tour.

4Batz’s ‘Thank U, Jada Tour’ is more than just a series of performances—it’s a public statement of his journey from heartbreak to success. As fans gear up to see him live, it’s clear his music is deeply personal and unapologetically raw.

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