Young Thug and Travi$ Scott brought their Rodeo Tour with Metro Boomin to New York City last night for two straight sold-out shows at Webster Hall in Manhattan. The first, which kicked off around 8:15, was all too brief (clocking in at just over an hour and 20 minutes) but provided enough energy to spill over into moshing, flying elbows and at least three stoppages to attempt to remove passed out
Wiz Khalifa's career hit a turning point in 2010 when the Pittsburgh native declined an invite to go on tour with Drake and instead headlined his own nationwide tour. Traveling across the country in support of his critically-acclaimed Kush & Orange Juice mixtape and monster single, “Black And Yellow,” off his then-upcoming album Rolling Papers, Wiz sold out all 50 dates. Wi...
Seventeen-year-old Swedish rapper Yung Lean has been a growing Internet sensation for around three years now, bringing his "Sad Boys" movement to a fan base which has slowly transitioned from ironically invested to honestly intrigued. And when he was booking his first-ever New York City shows, the demand was so high that he sold out Webster Hall last night in Manhattan not once, but twic
One glance down 11th street at 7:30 p.m. last night (June 8) was enough to know one thing: G-Unit is back. The block encompassing Manhattan's Webster Hall had cops posted at either end and milling all throughout, while the line of people waiting to get in as the doors opened stretched nearly out to 4th Avenue as everyone showed up as early as they could to get through what was, of course, multiple