Just when you thought things were ending, the OF crew closed the show with a big bang. From “Radicals” to “Earl” to their new posse cut “Oldie.” Better than “Triumph”? Hey, don’t give B.Dot a heart attack. Ha!
Of course, the OF leader had to get his. Here’s performances of Goblin‘s two biggest songs. T U!
Earl’s return wasn’t the only highlight at OF’s show last night. Frank Ocean also appeared, joining Tyler for his “She” and later, hoppin’ behind the piano to perform “White.” The latter is off that OF Tape Vol. 2 in stores now.
[vodpod id=Video.16255568&w=540&h=350&fv=] Jayceon sure had a rough come up. And in this 9 minute preview of
On March 10th, N.O. performed at The Opera House marking his very first appearance in Canada’s largest city. Above, City On Clouds catches the Superthug run through his catalogue. Sidebar: First Vancouver Performance
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