After a week of release, Keith Urban’s ninth studio album, Graffiti U, has debuted at #1 and been certified Gold in Canada. Graffiti U was released on April 27 via Capitol Nashville/Universal Music Canada, the country’s leading music company. Stream/purchase Graffiti U online now.
In its first week, Graffiti U reached 56,000+ consumption in Canada, including 44,000+ physical units, while its songs amassed 12 million audio streams in Canada. Graffiti U is the second chart-topping album for Keith Urban since 2013’s Fuse and is the first Country album to hit number 1 since Shania Twain’s NOW in October 2017.
Graffiti U, which has seen the release of “Coming Home”, featuring Julia Michaels features over thirty songwriting, producer and featured guest performance credits, including Greg Wells, Dann Huff, Mike Elizondo, Ed Sheeran, Ross Copperman, JHart, Julia Michaels, Nicolle Galyon, J.R. Rotem, Shane McAnally, Shy Carter and a signature lick for “Coming Home,” which credits Merle Haggard as one of its songwriters. Urban himself is a writer or producer on all but one of GRAFFITI U’s songs. See below for tracklisting.
Urban’s 58-city “GRAFFITI U WORLD TOUR” kicks off on June 15 and includes 10 dates across Canada including two stops in Toronto. Urban’s live shows have become concert events that electrify with their unpredictability and are hailed by media around the world as a “concert experience not to be missed.” In addition to the performance of brand-new songs, the tour will also feature many of Urban’s 23 #1 hits in an all-new concert production that promises to be more spectacular than ever. See below for Canadian tour dates.
Graffiti U TRACK LISTING:
Coming Home (Featuring Julia Michaels)
Never Comin Down
My Wave (Featuring Shy Carter)
Drop Top (Featuring Kassi Ashton)
Way Too Long
Horses (Featuring Lindsay Ell)
Love The Way It Hurts (So Good)
Steal My Thunder
THE GRAFFITI U WORLD TOUR 2018 CANADIAN DATES:
- Fri Jun 29 – Toronto, ON (Budweiser Stage)
- Sat Jun 30 – Toronto, ON (Budweiser Stage)
- Fri Sept 14 – Ottawa, ON (Canadian Tire Centre)
- Sat Sept 15 – London, ON (Budweiser Gardens)
- Wed Sept 19 – Winnipeg, MB (Bell MTS Place)
- Fri Sept 21 – Saskatoon, SK (SaskTel Centre)
- Sat Sept 22 – Edmonton, AB (Rogers Place)
- Sun Sept 23 – Calgary, AB (ScotiaBank Saddledome)
- Tue Sept 25 – Vancouver, BC (Rogers Arena)