Denied: A$AP Rocky And Danny Brown Turned Around At Canadian Border

    Canadian hip-hop fans were shocked on Sunday as one of the year’s biggest south-of-the-border lineups was denied entry into Canada en route to their Montreal show. The two-thirds Fool’s Gold crew comprised of A$AP Rocky, Danny Brown, and ScHoolboy Q was first denied entry Sept. 30 for their show at Metropolis, which was postponed only hours before it was slated to begin:

    No Montreal, No Toronto no Canada nothing bruh bruh I’m not wit it

    Danny Brown (@XDannyXBrownX) September 30, 2012

    ScHoolboy Q had earlier hinted at this:

    Canada don’t fuck wit us druggys lol

    ScHoolboy Q (@ScHoolboyQ) September 30, 2012

    Unsurprisingly, the trio was unable to make it to their second Canadian show tonight in Toronto, to which A$AP Rocky tweeted:

    COULDNT MAKE IT ACROSS THE BORDER I APOLOGIZE TO THE FANS WE’RE RESCHEDULING A NEW DATE

    A$AP Rocky (@asvpxrocky) October 2, 2012

    A$AP Rocky fans are, of course, still impatiently anticipating his proper full-length debut, LongLiveA$AP, which has merely hoped for its release date to be Oct. 31. For those who are dying to hear something from the Harlem rapper, you can listen to what bait A$AP has thrown so far: the lone single “Goldie,” produced by Hit-Boy, below.

    The remainder of their tour is set to go forth as planned (although Vancouverites should cross their fingers now that they’ve been denied twice):

    10.03 – Detroit, MI: The Fillmore
    10.04 – Cincinnati, OH: Bogarts
    10.05 – Cleveland, OH: House of Blues
    10.06 – Columbus, OH: Newport Music Hall
    10.07 – Grand Rapids, MI: Intersection
    10.09 – Indianapolis, IN: Murat Theater
    10.11 – Chicago, IL: Congress
    10.12 – Milwaukee, WI: The Rave
    10.13 – Minneapolis, MI: First Avenue
    10.14 – Kansas City, MO: Beaumont Club
    10.15 – Denver, CO: Ogden Theater
    10.17 – Salt Lake City, UT: Complex – Rockwell
    10.19 – Pullman, WA: Washington State U
    10.20 – Vancouver, BC: The Vogue
    10.21 – Seattle, WA: Showbox Sodu
    10.22 – Portland, OR: Roseland Ballroom
    10.26 – Los Angeles, CA: Hollywood Palladium
    10.28 – San Diego, CA: House of Blues
    10.29 – Las Vegas, NV: House of Blues
    10.30 – Phoenix, AZ: Celebrity Theater
    10.31 – Albuquerque, NM: Sunshine Theater
    11.02 – Dallas, TX: House of Blues
    11.03 – Austin, TX: Fun Fun Fun Fest
    11.04 – Houston, TX: Verizon
    11.06 – New Orleans, LA: House of Blues
    11.08 – Miami, FL: Fillmore Miami
    11.09 – Orlando, FL: Beachium
    11.10 – Tampa, FL: The Ritz
    11.11 – Tallahassee, FL: Potbelly’s
    11.13 – Myrtle Beach, SC: House of Blues
    11.14 – Atlanta, GA: Tabernacle
    11.15 – Charlotte, NC: The Fillmore
    11.16 – Richmond, VA: National
    11.18 – Philadelphia, PA: Electric Factory [Exclaim!]