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It’s officially day 2 of Rolling Loud weekend in Los Angeles, and music-lovers are excited as ever to be returning to the Hollywood Park Grounds next to SoFi Stadium.
With Kodak Black closing out the evening prior, fans could not wait for today’s all-star lineup to unfold. The main stage, also known as Levi’s Stage, belonged to Don Toliver, Lil Baby, and Travis Scott.
Although Don Toliver’s slot was before the other two superstars, he put on a show that equally rivaled the two in excellence. Toliver was also the only out of the two to bring out special guests. During his set the crowd got to see the likes of Kali Uchis, James Blake, and Justin Bieber!
Following Toliver, Lil Baby came out with effortless charisma, style, and enough jewelry to light a stadium. He ran through so many hits that it’s easy to forget that he’s a relatively new artist. His Rolling Loud set was just further affirmation that Lil Baby is here to stay for a long time to come.
After Lil Baby, the man of the night was set to perform: La Flame! Lil Wayne had a set that started slightly before on a different stage and the turnout there was incredible, but it still felt like every soul in attendance had come to see Cactus Jack. There were people as far as the eye could see and the restlessness within the crowd began to set in as Travis had run a bit behind schedule.
Then without warning, Travis appeared and pandemonium struck. Not once did Travis incite or even suggest moshing, but that didn’t discourage the crowd in the slightest. Scott’s rambunctious stage presence is highly contagious, so it’s only natural that a bit of that rowdiness would contaminate the audience. He ran through hits dating back from “Upper Echelon” to “Down In Atlanta” and everything in between. The crowd echoed lyrics from even his deepest cuts like they were songs that played on the radio every hour.
When it was time for him to leave, the crowd demanded an encore. Needless to say, he did not disappoint. Day 2 of Rolling Loud was a complete success and we look forward to the release of Travis Scott’s next album Utopia.