Migos at Mala Luna

By Brittney Hemmands
Blog Content Contributor

Migos took the stage on Day 2 of Mala Luna. I knew preparation was key, so getting a front row view meant getting there early. While most concerts get crowded within 30 minutes of a performance, the festival was crowded an hour and 25 minutes before Migos actually came out. People were buckled in from front to back and the police had to occasionally jump into the crowd just to get everyone to scoot back. Although the crowd would scooted back temporarily, police enforcement couldn’t help the countless people squishing to the front just to get a view of Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff as they approached the stage.

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The crowd reciprocated the wild energy from Migos’ onstage presence. Photo by Tino Manor.

“Kelly Price”, “Bad and Boujie”, and “Motor Sport” are just some of the songs that Migos performed that made the crowd go insane. In fact, during the set, many had to be rushed to the medical center because of the crowd’s reckless moshing (dancing in a violent manner that causes collision with other dancers); which was a result of the excitement felt during the performance.

Their music varied from their albums “Culture”, “Young Rich N*iggas”, and “No Label II” while still including some of their singles. While the crowd itself had high energy, Migos reciprocated that energy by giving an impeccable performance. From the beginning to the end of the set, the three rappers did not disappoint.

If the question “what was one the best performances at Mala Luna” were to be asked, you can expect Migos to be one of the answers. With a set full of talented rappers, a great crowd, and a surplus of hype music, could you really expect anything less?

Featured image by Tino Manor.

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