Lil Wayne, T.I., and 2 Chainz opened the “America’s Most Wanted Music Festival” in Birmingham, Alabama, on Tuesday night. Following sets from Hit-Boy and G-Eazy, 2 Chainz took the crowd at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre to T.R.U. University with his 30-minute set, which included his new single “Feds Watching.”
T.I. was up next, performing his classics “Rubber Band Man,” “Ride Wit Me,” and “Trap Back Jumpin’.” He also had his band play Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” as he danced onstage. He brought out Montgomery’s Doe B. and B.o.B for “We Still in This Bitch,” closing with “Live Your Life” and “What You Know.”
Wearing a University of Alabama T-shirt, Weezy made his entrance around 10:30 p.m. as skaters rode the half-pipe that was set up on stage. Half-naked girls danced around him and he was joined by his Young Money fam Shanell, Mack Maine, and Birdman. T.I. and 2 Chainz both returned to perform with Weezy during his set before he closed with “No Worries.”
“Bama was beautiful tonight!” tweeted Tunechi.
The tour travels across the country until September before heading to Europe in October with Mac Miller.
See photos from opening night below.
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