'Started when they were teens' - From Drake to Lil Uzi Vert, the hottest names rock Phoenix

    Phoenix readies for a musical explosion with iconic artists, from Drake's anticipated tour to the Jonas Brothers' quintet of albums, all lighting up the Valley!

    Drake (Source: Pitchfork)

    Drake (Source: Pitchfork)

    Phoenix, the sun-soaked desert city, is about to get even hotter, and it isn’t the blazing temperatures we’re referring to. This month, the Valley is set to witness some of the biggest names in the music industry, and guess what ties them together? They all took the leap into the world of music as teens.

    The Six God Meets the Desert

    The "Hotline Bling" sensation, Drake, is making his musical comeback, hitting the road after a hiatus of five years. As reported by PHOENIX magazine, fans are in for a treat, with the Canadian rapper being joined by 21 Savage. Given Drake's stature as the highest-certified digital singles artist in the US, it's no surprise that a second show had to be announced just to keep up with the sheer demand.

    Pop, Hip-hop, and a Dash of Horror!

    But wait, the musical feast doesn't end there. The Jonas Brothers are setting the stage on fire, performing tracks from not one, not two, but five of their albums. And for those wondering about the irresistible earworm that's been playing on loop in their heads? It's their chart-topping single "Waffle House".

    Drake (Source: The Fader)

    Meanwhile, Tobias Jens Forge and his band, Ghost, are mystifying fans with their enigmatic choices. An EP of covers named 'Phantomime'? Check. A haunting single featured in the latest Insidious installment? Check.

    And if you thought the harmony-drenched sounds of Pentatonix would be missing from this eclectic mix, think again. These a capella wizards, who once harmonized in their school choir, are gearing up to serenade Phoenix with their iconic covers.

    And for the hip hop enthusiasts? IYKYK Music Festival is serving it up hot with the avant-garde Lil Uzi Vert headlining the show. The rapper, who dived into the hip-hop scene at the tender age of 15, is all set to perform tracks from his top-charting album, 'Pink Tape'.

    So, Phoenix, strap in! This month promises a roller-coaster of rhythms, beats, and memories you won't want to miss!

    (Several parts of the text in this article, including the title, were generated with the help of an AI tool.)