Dance duos may have headlined the first day of All Things Go Fall Classic, but solo rappers ruled the second day as main acts Vince Staples and Young Thug took the stage on Saturday, Oct. 7.
In June, Vince released Big Fish Theory, his second studio album, on ARTium Recordings, Blacksmith Records, and Def Jam Recordings. Vince’s setlists lately have contained tracks from that new album like “BagBak,” “Big Fish,” and “Yeah Right.”
But he also has been rapping from Summertime ’06, his debut album from 2015, with songs like “Lift Me Up,” “Surf,” and “Norf Norf.”
Vince Staples has a handful of US tour dates coming up starting with a show in Florida on Oct. 27. He performs in Texas on Nov. 11 before going abroad in December and January. Here are some pictures of Vince Staples performing at All Things Go Fall Classic. All photos copyright and courtesy of Chris Castillo.
Young Thug released his Beautiful Thugger Girls mixtape back in June via 300 Entertainment and Atlantic Records. He followed that up with the release of “Relationship,” the first single from Beautiful Thugger Girls. His setlist of course has drawn heavily from Beautiful Thugger Girls, and he rapped the likes of “Family Don’t Matter,” “Tomorrow Til Infinity,” and “She Wanna Party.”
Born Jeffery Lamar Williams, Young Thug previously released four full-length mixtapes dating back to 2015. Most recently, in September, Young Thug teamed up with Carnage for a four-track EP called Martha, which featured the single “Homie” featuring Meek Mill.
Young Thug has scattered tour dates for the rest of the year, including appearances at the Rolling Loud Festival in Mountain View, California, on Oct. 21-22 and a show in Chicago on Nov. 1. Here are some pictures of Young Thug performing at All Things Go Fall Classic. All photos copyright and courtesy of Chris Castillo.