G Eazy has seemingly swept over the nation. Practically overnight, his name has become a common household entity. It is no surprise then that the Endless Summer Tour was at the top of our list for summer shows you don’t want to miss out on!
The Shoreline Amphitheater was packed this Friday for the Endless Summer Tour. This tour featured four amazing MC’s including Yo Gotti, YG, Logic and the Bay Area’s Own, G-Easy!
Yo Gotti opened the night with a few of his hits — for being an opening act, he definitely knew how to warm up the crowd. His last two tracks, arguably most known “Down In The DM” and “Wait For It” had everyone on their feet.
Followed shortly after, YG electrified the crowd, his set including “Bitches Aint Shit” and “Who Do You Love.” Included in his set list was his track with Nipsey Hussle, “FDT.” The Shoreline Ampitheatre came alive with YG encouragement towards the crowd to stick both middle fingers high in the air and sing along to the chorus: “Fuck Donald Trump.”
Both co-headliners G-Eazy and Logic had an amazing show that included very intricate lighting displays. Logic featured some of his songs from the newly released mix tape, “Bobby Tarantino” which had the crowd go crazy. One thing that stood out from Logic was his preaching about Peace, Love, and Positivity. It’s amazing to see artists with clout such as Logic stand for something our nation needs; especially in the times where our nation has suffered some extreme losses.
Finally, G-Eazy closed the night off with a packed venue. For G-Eazy, who was raised in Oakland, this was considered a hometown performance. His set list included an impressive 20 songs – starting off with “Random” and playing through his best tracks, including new single “Drifting.” The Bay Area pride was obvious with the way the crowd received G-Eazy. Coming out with the classic slicked back hair, G-Eazy performed with a high energy, putting a perfect close to the evening as the Amphitheatre exploded with the final song of the evening, his hit: “Me, Myself and I.”
Review courtesy of Elias Pasillas