Amped is but one word to describe the Saturday night crowd.
Photos by Heaviest of Art, taken at the House of Blues in Anaheim on November 30th.
Just down south of where SLAYER was putting a close to their legendary career was a group of hundreds waiting to rage along with Harlem's own A$AP FERG, who is currently celebrating the successful release of his new chapter Floor Seats. As such, the House of Blues in Anaheim welcomed all to bask in the hype of the EP as Mr. Ferg came to town with a performance spanning tracks from across his existence. Needless to say, we were all in for a great night.
Southern California has experienced gloomy weather and rain for the past couple of weeks, however, it did little to stop many from arriving in time to pack the venue very early on. which provided an early glimpse of the madness to follow. With a Chanel denim bucket hat came MADEINTYO, who got things going early on.
Crowds began to gather towards the center for the Atlanta rapper's stirring performance, consisting of back to back bangers that had a few people throwing it back. The famed Uber Everywhere made an obvious appearance and had the hundreds rapping in unison, as expected wherever it plays. MADEINTYO also brought out his Atlanta cohort 24HRS for a few of their many collaborative efforts, including Cap.
BAS kept the stage hot with his trademark flow and lyricism, further cementing his role under the Dreamville banner. Bras across the stage (as pictured below) can only indicate that the