UK rapper Headie One brought out Nottingham duo Young T and Bugsey to perform with him last week.
27-year-old Irving Ampofo Adjei, more well-known as Headie One, continued his ‘Edna’ tour at Rock City, here in Nottingham.
Headie was named Best Male Act at the 2020 MOBO Awards for his debut studio album ‘Edna’, beating fellow nominees Stormzy and J Hus.
Headie One performance included supporting acts like MONEYBAGZ, Ivorian Doll, OFB BRADZ and Dezzie.
18Hunna, Princess Cuts, Teach Me, Daily Duppy and many more were just some songs he performed.
His gig at Rock City had caused many of the attendees to have mixed opinions on the gig.
During his performance of Princess Cuts, Headie One brought out local the hip-hop duo to perform with him.
The crowd instantly grew more excited with their presence.
Young T and Bugsey had also performed their big hit Don’t Rush.
Many people were certain that the Nottingham duo would be brought out since they originate from here.
It was incredible to see someone so well-known representing Nottingham, making us a proud city.
Overall, the concert was enjoyable for any Headie One fan in Nottingham.
The concert was good at first, and everyone seemed to be on the same energy level.
However once Headie One came on stage, the energy around the crowd wasn’t the same, as if it was dying down.
Within the concert, the crowd’s energy seemed to be concentrated in little spots around the room.
At specific times during the evening, people started gathering in large groups and creating chaotic mosh pits.
Personally, I couldn’t see some performances of the concert and enjoy the show how one usually would, as there were a lot of tall people in front of me.
Nonetheless, it was still a good concert and after being there, it’s clear why Headie One’s music appeals to many people.
If you are a big fan of his music, look at his upcoming tour dates