The “Trapsoul Series” continues. After launching the three-concert run in Los Angeles, Bryson Tiller hit New York’s Bowery Ballroom for the trek’s second show on Saturday (June 3).
Much like the first show, Pen Griffey performed an array of tracks from his sophomore album, True to Self, and his breakout project, Trapsoul. Also, just as Playboi Carti surprised concertgoers in L.A., A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Travis Scott popped up for unannounced performances in NYC.
A Boogie delivered his hit “My Shit,” while La Flame offered some kind words for his “favorite artist since this ni**a ever uploaded his music on the motherfuckin’ internet.” Plus, he provided a rave review about TTS. “Your album is the best motherfuckin’ album,” he said.
During the show, Scott jumped into his Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight smash “goosebumps,” which he recently performed for a record 15 times in Cleveland.
The “Trapsoul Series” isn’t over yet. The three-show set’s final run is slated to take place June 7 at the Mercury Ballroom in Pen Griffey’s hometown of Louisville.
Fans who missed him on this brief run will get to see him soon. In August, Young Tiller will head out on his “Set It Off Tour” with H.E.R. and Metro Boomin. The trek begins Aug. 3 in Atlanta and ends Sept. 16 in Louisville.