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Rolling Loud Day 4 - Unforgettable Performances and Epic Surprises



The fourth and final day of Rolling Loud California was nothing short of extraordinary. As the sun set, the crowd eagerly awaited the performances of Chief Keef, Don Toliver and Bryson Tiller.


Rolling Loud / Ivan Meneses



Chief Keef, the Chicago drill trailblazer, stole the show with his commanding presence and cult-classic bangers. Hits such as "Yes Sir," "I Don't Like," and "Faneto" had the crowd on their feet, showing their love and appreciation for the talented artist. Not only did Sosa bring his day one crew, but he also surprised the audience by inviting Mike WiLL Made-It and Sexyy Red to join him on stage. The duo's performance of "Bow Bow Bow (F My Baby Mama)" from Sexyy's album Hood's Hottest Princess (Deluxe) had the crowd going wild. Sexyy, dressed in a stylish Burberry outfit, exuded confidence and added an extra level of excitement to the already electrifying atmosphere.






Sosa's performance came just days after the release of his collaborative mixtape, Dirty Nachos, with Mike WiLL Made-It. The project has already garnered immense praise from fans and critics alike, further solidifying Chief Keef's status as a force to be reckoned with in the music industry.


Don Toliver, another standout artist of the night, closed out the four-day weekend on a high note. With star-studded guest appearances from Ty Dolla $ign, Kodak Black, and Travis Scott, Toliver's performance was an unforgettable experience for all in attendance. The Houston rapper/singer delighted the crowd with fan favorites like "Lemonade" and "After Party," delivering an energetic set that had everyone dancing and singing along. Toliver also showcased his versatility as an artist by performing his new tracks, "Bandit" and "Deep In The Water," which received thunderous applause from the audience.





As a new dad, Toliver's performances took on an even more meaningful tone. Having recently welcomed a beautiful baby boy with Kali Uchis, the stunning songstress, his songs resonated with a profound sense of love and joy. The audience witnessed firsthand the emotions pouring out through his powerful performances.





The excitement of the day was amplified by the recent announcement of Toliver's upcoming album, HardStone Psycho. Fans can hardly contain their anticipation, eagerly awaiting what promises to be a remarkable addition to his discography.


Known for his soulful R&B sound, heartfelt lyrics, and hip-hop-like swag, Bryson Tiller had become one of the most anticipated acts of the entire festival. And he did not disappoint. Taking the stage with an air of confidence, Tiller immediately set the audience on fire with his throwback track "Still Yours". The nostalgic melody and his smooth vocals had the crowd swaying in unison, fully engrossed in the moment. As he seamlessly transitioned into his hit song "Don't", the crowd erupted.





Getting into a new track he pauses and shares an intimate moment with his fans. Taking a moment to appreciate their support, express his gratitude, and reflect on his journey as an artist. As the beat dropped for "Canceled", the crowd exploded with excitement as a backdrop of Tekken animation enhanced Tiller's performance. It was a visual delight that perfectly complemented the song.



But Tiller wasn't done yet. He went on to deliver a string of his viral hits, from the soulful "We Could've Been" to the electrifying collaboration tracks like "Wild Thoughts", "Play Games", and "You". Each song brought a new wave of excitement, with the crowd singing along to every word. And just when it seemed like it couldn't get any better, Tiller treated his fans to a special surprise. He brought out Lola Brooke, and together they performed their hit single "You".


Photo Credit: Rolling Loud / Ivan Meneses



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