The DAMN Tour

The DAMN Tour

I have been a fan of Kendrick Lamar for quite some time now.  To see how much he’s grown as an artist is just simply amazing. The first time I saw him live was back in 2009 or 2010 at 1OAK in Las Vegas. The next time was at an intimate art gallery space in [...]

Nobody Safe Tour

Nobody Safe Tour

If anyone knows me well, you would be sure to know I’m a huge fan of Future.  The first date for the Nobody Safe Tour in Atlanta, the best city ever 🙂 , was on May 5th.  Without a question when my best friend asked me to attend, I was there!  First flight out of [...]

XIX Tour

XIX Tour

Promptly at 8pm the lights dimmed in the Highline Ballroom and the first opening act appeared.  After a few songs, the artist revealed his name.  Major Myjah.  Major definitely wowed the crowd with his melodic tunes and kept the energy high with a few upbeat songs as well.  I absolutely loved his energy and the [...]

Summer Sixteen Tour

Summer Sixteen Tour

The day had  finally arrived. After paying almost 4x the face value for a ticket to one of the most anticipated shows this summer, the wait was finally over.  It was time to see Aubrey Graham, the 6's own, along with my absolute favorite, Future, take the stage and give me a concert I should [...]

Only in NYC

Only in NYC

Free Love- live performance by Marc E. Bassy (Ace Hotel, New York, NY) from Lifeofacitygal on Vimeo. Only in New York can you go to brunch and randomly run into one of your favorite artists. That's exactly what happened to me. While having brunch in the Soho, I ran into the one and only Marc [...]

Gucci’s Homecoming

Gucci’s Homecoming

On July 22nd, the world was finally able to hear the long awaited album 'Everybody Looking' from Atlanta's own, Gucci Mane aka Guwop. Before there was knowledge of this album and its release date, upon Gucci's return home, he announced the 'Gucci and Friends Tour' that would be hosted at The Fox in downtown Atlanta. [...]

Rhythm & Blues

Rhythm & Blues

On last Friday, I was able to see a live performance from Kenneth Whalum at Rockville Live. Shameless to say, I never heard of him until recently when the word spread about the show. It was a very intimate setting; definitely reminded me of a scene out of Love Jones with the rhythmic jazz softly playing in the background while the saxophone echoed as Kenneth played along with his band. The only thing missing was a charming poet and a few finger snaps. I was only able to catch half of the show but from what I did see, this guy is pretty talented and I can't wait to hear more from him in the near future. Check out the video to get a glimpse of what I was able to capture during his performance.