Good old Ludacris had set the table with a performance without downtime. $uicideboy$ continued in front of a fired audience and with an evening the duo may long remember.
“I'm serious. We played a lot of concerts, but you are an incredible crowd. I'm serious. You make us have a good time, ”said Ruby da Cherry, interrupted by a series of Ahoy, Ohah Ohah, chanted by the public.
The duo from New Orleans, who were showing up for the first time in the Old Capital, offered almost a faultless performance on the Plains, drawing from everywhere in their repertoire.
Accompanied by a DJ, in front of a huge human skull, the formation put the emphasis on their more rhythmic repertoire, delivering, at the start of the performance, If Self-Destruction Was an Olympic Event, I'd Be Tony Harding , with images of the skater in tears on the giant screen during the Olympic Games in Lillehammer.
During Antartica, lights went down, at the request of the group, who wanted to see the lights of the phones.
Indie training has been successful, throughout its performance, to maintain the public interest. Ruby da Cherry and $crim are dynamic and complement each other well on the boards. Words and sometimes swear words pass by at a dizzying pace.
“It was an honor to play for you”, they said, before reconnecting with the soaring sounds of And to Those I Love, Thanks for Sticking Aroundthat we would have liked to hear resonate even longer.
Just before, Ludacris demonstrated all his experience. On fire, in great shape and generous, he delivered a great performance.
Without downtime, he launched twenty songs in an hour. Several big chart-topping bombs were on the program with Southern Hospitality, from his debut album, Stand Up, a long version of Money Maker , Yeah, Glamorous, Break Your Heart and How Low. He was generous on “hits”.
Ludacris communicated constantly with the public. He didn't let go of them throughout his performance.
“We came from Atlanta to see you. Make more noise than that,” said DJ Infamous, before the arrival of the rapper and comedian.
After Money Maker, he called Quebec City the noisiest city where he performed .
“We were supposed to do eight songs. We will do more than that. I love you,” he dropped, accompanied by another rapper on the boards, who brought a lot of dynamism.
< p>DJ Infamous, who was celebrating his birthday, had his moment, with a segment where we heard, among other things, Jump Around, where it was jumping everywhere, and excerpts from Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana and We Will Rock Youof Queen. Strangely, we didn't sing happy birthday to the one who was to give a performance, at the end of the evening, at the Dagobert.
All I Do is Win, cover of DJ Khaled and Move Bitch, with, again, a few swear words put an end to a successful performance that was appreciated by the public.
Were there people there? on the Plains?
Maybe not as many as when Luke Combs and Maroon 5 passed, but there were many, many. A particularly festive public who did not skimp on the “Ahoy Ohé Ohé”. The atmosphere was there.
The evening, after a race for the best seats, when the doors opened, to the sound of Bring de Noise from Anthrax and Public Enemy, in the piton, however, had started with bad news.
Night Lovell's performance, scheduled for 7 p.m., has been cancelled. The Ontario artist was forced to cancel his visit due to transportation problems. Is it because of the current problems and the numerous cancellations at the airports?
The FEQ did not have more details on the precise reason for this cancellation.
We decided to beat Denzel Curry to 7:30 p.m., but the Florida rapper kept to his schedule and showed up on stage, as planned, at 7:40 p.m.
Hair caps on his head, the one who self-proclaimed the best living rapper last May, in the specialized magazine XXL, did everything one should do in a hip-hop show.< /p>
Accompanied by DJ POSHtronaut, he asked the audience if they wanted to have a good time and put their hands up, sweep them in the air. Ricky, Ultimate, where he lifted the crowd by “rapping” at full speed, Sumo Zumo, with a hopping crowd, X-Wing and Clout Cobain – Cobain Co13AiN were the highlights of his performance.
“When we come back, I want to see everyone who is here at my show,” he asked, before ending his performance.
Katrine Johns has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Gal Post, Katrine Johns worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my email@example.com 1-800-268-7128