U.K. fans will have to wait a little bit longer before they can see Drake in concert. The rap superstar postponed the opening three dates of his "Boy Meets World" European tour, reports BBC.

Three dates - two in Glasgow and one in London - have been rescheduled from the end of January to March.

"We would like to inform you that shows on the ‘Boy Meets World Tour’ in Amsterdam, London, Glasgow are being moved to new dates,” reads the statement (via U.K.'s Mirror). “Drake wanted to create a special experience for fans in Europe and the UK so he has added some incredible new features to an already specular production.”

According to tour reps, the Jan. 25 and 26 dates in Glasgow have been rescheduled for 22 and 23 March, while the Jan. 28 in London date has been pushed back to March 20. But don't worry, tickets for those dates will be honored on those rescheduled dates.

So as it stands now, Drake will officially kick off his "Boy Meets World" tour on Jan. 30 at the O2 Arena. Reps at the O2 Arena cited production problems as the reason for the postponement. "It will need a little more time to be ready. Drake can't wait to see all his fans so he can deliver an amazing and memorable experience," reads a statement via the venue's website.

Meanwhile, back in the states, it looks like Drake and hitmaker Mike WiLL Made-It are cooking something up in the studio. Check out the photo below.