Lil Wayne Adds 2 Chainz to America's Most Wanted Tour

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Heat-hater Lil Wayne is coming to West Palm Beach this summer with T.I and Tyga for America's Most Wanted Music Festival. And though we thought Tyga was replacing the once promised Future on the tour, turns out the king of Rack City'll likely be there, but, as the media's slanting it, 2 Chainz will actually being the one to replace the Astronaut Kid.

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"It was Future, something happened and Future pulled -- he disassociated himself from the tour for whatever reason, and it's still love -- ain't no problem with that. Now Chainz on there," T.I. told DJ Scream on Hoodrich Radio.

And though our booties definitely shake to Tyga, 2 Chainz has our hearts as well as our bottoms. Tunechi promised MTV that there will be a live show with a full band. So, expect hip-hop to blast into the next universe at Cruzan Amphitheater on July 14.

America's Most Wanted Music Festival. With Lil Wayne, T.I., Tyga, and others. July 14, at Cruzan Amphitheatre, 601-7 Sansbury's Way, West Palm Beach. Reserved seats range from $49.75 to $150.75, and lawn seats cost $25; specially priced four-pack lawn seats are also available. Visit livenation.com, youngmoney.com, or call 800-745-3000.

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