South African singer Tyla announced on Thursday that she is postponing and cancelling her international tour dates due to an injury.

Her UK & Europe tour, which included locations such as Oslo, Stockholm, Berlin and London, has been rescheduled. The singer’s North America tour, which included her debut Coachella performance, has been cancelled.

She uploaded a statement on Instagram addressed to her Tygers, the name she gives her fans, giving details about her injury.

“All of you know that this moment you have all helped me transform into a reality has been a life-long dream. I am so grateful and humbled by this past year and the way it’s changed my life,” the Water hitmaker wrote.
i can never thank you guys enough for all your loving support, all the joy, the laughter, and the wins!”

“For the past year, I’ve been silently suffering with an injury that has tragically worsened. I’ve seen doctors and specialists with high hopes, but the pain has only become more agonising, as has the severity of the situation,” she said.

She wanted to deal with the injury privately but felt she needed to share it with her followers. She added:

I am heartbroken to have to say this, but as of right now, I won’t be able to proceed with the tour.
“In consulting with medical professionals, it’s become increasingly clear that continuing any festival or tour dates would jeopardise my long-term health and safety,” she added.

She expressed her frustration for the injury halting her plans at a pivotal time in her career.

“Please know that my team and I are working diligently on a spectacular show for you as soon as I am recovered and ready to return safely onstage this summer,” she reassured fans.

She shared that North American tour ticket holders will be automatically refunded, and other territories will be contacted by their ticket provider regarding options.

Earlier this year, Tyla won the inaugural Best African Performance at the Grammys for her single Water, which also peaked at number 7 on the Billboard Hot 100.