Crimson staff writer
Alisa S. Regassa
Future also shared a huge chunk of his time in the spotlight on stage with Travis Scott, who he invited on stage for five songs, marking a return for the rapper following the tragedy at Astroworld.
Few musicians are as dedicated to putting on a show as Kendrick Lamar proved himself to be at Rolling Loud Miami this past weekend. The result was a once in a lifetime, truly unforgettable performance.
Boston Calling saw Nine Inch Nails accomplish the impossible last weekend: Despite the bad weather and the Covid hiccups, the Boston crowd was not left disappointed.
While Big Hit Music has yet to release any further information about the upcoming release, that hasn’t deterred ARMYs from making their own predictions. Proposed hypotheses include that the name of the album will be “WE” to reflect “ME,” and that the album’s cover will be purple to symbolize BTS’s growth.
At various points throughout the hour-long concert, the Fayetteville-native rapper visibly teared up — in awe at the impact he and his festival have made. Not only did his performance prove that he put North Carolina on the map, it was a testimony that his town, his Dreamville crew, and his loyal fans will rep ‘Cole world’ until the end
Lil Baby ended the show with a smile of gratitude, but the happy fans who walked out of Dreamville festival that night were sure they were the lucky ones to have witnessed such a dedicated performer in his element.
Wizkid lived up to his flourishing stardom in his performance at this year’s Dreamville festival, confidently growing into his international fame as the headliner of the festival’s Rise stage.