After his first set, rap legend Camron was ready to hit the stage. He began his performance with one of my favorite songs of his “Killa Cam,” and immediately the crowd chanted along word for word not missing a beat. Looking around at the crowd you could see Camron airbrush t- shirts and Dipset signs being thrown up in the air. Joining Cam on stage was fellow Diplomat member Jim Jones to sing the classic “Ballin” along with Just Blaze and Dame Dash, wrapping up his performance with his newest Diplomat track “Dipsh!ts” and expressed his love for his fans and hyped up his upcoming project with A-Trak titled Federal Reserve.
As his performance ended, A-Trak decided to switch things up a bit as a part of his plan for his Gold Gone Wild Tour. The first set he played was planned but for his second half, he would freestyle his performance and mix tracks completely off the top of his head. A few notable artists he played were TNGHT, Too Short, Junior Senor, Daft Punk, Prodigy, Grandtheft and much more. The crowd was absolutely electric and the show had its memorable moments during all the performing acts both on and off the stage. A few stand out moments worth mentioning were when the Fool’s Gold mascot Gold Bar staged dived and got dropped, the mosh pit that left a kid with a bloody nose and that chick that I elbowed in the head (sorry about that random chick.) Out of the many times I have seen A-Trak never did it feel this intimate. His interaction with the crowd and the hometown love made it that much better. The Gold Gone Wild tour will continue so make sure you go and enjoy the experience.