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Team EZ Mo Breezy

 
Photo Credit: Stephen Ewings

At Pier 97, Waka Flocka Flame, Trina, E.Z. Mo Breezy and 2015 XXL Freshman K Camp tore down the stage in front of thousand of fans yesterday (July 18) in celebration of the fifth anniversary of Grits and Biscuits in conjunction with Live Nation. The event started from 3 p.m. and ended at around 10. To say the place was packed out was an understatement. There were bushels of attendees and waves more of hopefuls outside the venue  plotting a way to get into the sold out venue. Fans came dressed in an assortment of colorful clothing and streetwear to enjoy the southern classics being played by DJ Square Biz. On one of the hottest weekends of the Summer so far in NYC, G&B made sure everyone had a great time.

K Camp rattled off hits like "Cut Her Off," Lil Bit" and "Comfortable" as thousands of concertgoers sang his lyrics word for word. Fresh off performing in both XXL Freshmen shows in New York City and L.A. King Slum was on his A game. He's been releasing a handle full of new material lately to appease fans appetite as they wait for his debut album Only Way Is Up, which drops later this year. Later on in the evening, fans were greeted with a big surprise. Trina came out to a thunderous applause. She performed her hit songs such as "Nann Nigga" and "Look Back at It."

It's only right to end the night with Waka. His stage presence and the litany of turn up music in his catalog, it's fitting he closes out the celebration. With fireworks and explosions all around him president Waka ripped through his classics like "No Hands," "Hard In The Paint" and "O Let's Do It." By the end of the evening fans was only asking one question after. When is the next Grits and Biscuits event?

Founded in 2010 by E.Z.Mo Breezy, Grits & Biscuits is a premiere entertainment concept that celebrates the southern experience through urban music and cultural connections in a down home environment.