After queuing up for what felt just over an hour, we had finally entered The Electric Brixton.
With echoes of Kojo Funds voice bouncing off the walls and excited fans reciting the lyrics to his tracks, we were left wondering what British artist, A Boogie (With The Hoodie) was going to bring out next, if any.
Having found a space on the top balcony, we managed to have a clear overview of both the red, mystified stage and the overly excited crowd of around 1000+ millennials. After a few fights broke out( which were quickly diffused by security) the DJ began playing a few hip-hop tracks from the likes of DJ Khalid’s, ‘All I Do Is Win’ to Future’s, ‘Commas’, to get the crowd hyped and back on good vibes. With the energy and atmosphere being restored, on jumped Highbridge’s very own, A Boogie.
After a short but sweet introduction to show his appreciation to his British fans, he jumped straight into his set with ‘Ransom’ from the TBA album. A few tracks in, he then showed love to our very own Stefflon Don who performed her no.1 single with French Montana ‘Hurting Me’ sending the crowds energy that was already on 10 to 10+. A Boogie later brought out New York rappers, Don Q and 6ix9ine, amping up the crowd even more from 6ix9ine crowd surfing, A Boogie interacting with the crowd constantly and bringing out UK artists.
This was a great concert, 4 stars.