Photo Showcase: 2 Chainz- Pretty Girls Like Trap Tour'Written by | Headlines, Photo Showcase

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On September 6th 2017, NYC became part of the ‘Souf’ when 2 Chainz took his Pretty Girls Like Trap Tour to Terminal 5; bringing some friends and guests along for the ride.

Starting off the night right was Rob Markman  if you don’t know the name he is a journalist  for MTV by day and a rapper by night. Fresh off his debut album “Write To Dream“; his single “I Don’t Wanna Wait” speaks a reality to those living in NYC. As a new listener of Rob Markman, I gave his new EP a listen, and I can tell you if he stays true to his style he will make it big before you even know.

Coming out next was Young Dolph, who just put out an album called “Bulletproof“; the single “100 Shot” off of the LP is a reference to when someone took 100 shots at his SUV and he avoided them all, making ‘Bulletproof’ a pretty good title. About half way in his set he brought out a very special guest from the Bronx who goes by the name of A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie to play his new single with Kodak BlackDrowning” as well as his song “D.A.R.E“. The song features Young Dolph and while I had heard some mixed emotions toward ‘Dolph before this show, after seeing him live all them rumors didn’t matter.

When I started to hear the ‘TRUUUUUUUUUUUUUU’ chants it could have only meant one thing– it was time for 2 Chainz to make his way to the stage. His album “Pretty Girls Like Trap” was the album of the summer, and it featured artists like Travis Scott, Gucci Mane, Quavo, Drake, and many more. Having a broken leg did not stop 2 Chainz from coming out in a pimped-out pink wheel chair with his nurse pushing him around in front of the trap house. He had his trap choir and trap ground dancers start the night off with ‘Riverdale Road‘ as well as all of his other hits before finishing the night off by making a video for his hit song ‘4 AM‘.  If he can play a lit-ass show from a wheelchair, I would love to see how crazy it can get when he’s able to stand on his own two feet.

Last modified: September 18, 2017