This weekend, Houston hosted the Bi-Annual Houston Sneaker Summit with the after party held at Warehouse Live. Chicago up-comer Chief Keef was the headline performance and he didn’t disappoint. Like many people my age, I had no clue Chief Keef had fans. It may not have been a million fans, but the ones that showed up were dedicated to the cause. Mosh Pits were formed, people were jumping on stage, I felt like I was at a Lil Jon concert in 2003. Yes, it was that serious. People were being pushed off the stage, people were getting stepped on. Thank goodness for the chivalrous gentleman protecting me :-).
The event was presented by 365 Live, so that makes them 2/2. Good way to start.
SN: Houston artist Doughbeezy wasn’t scheduled to perform last night but due to some difficulties with other acts he hit the stage and had the crowd rocking like it was planned. That’s why he’s the people’s champ.
The crowd: no one was older that 22 years old.
Overheard: “I hate this song” referring to Lil KeKe’s “Southside” anthem. SMH