With Jay Z at the helm, one could expect Hip-Hop to be properly represented at the second annual Made In America festival. Day two, Kendrick Lamar and Black Hippy garnered a massive crowd, but they weren’t alone. Wiz Khalifa, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, and Miguel also ripped the stage.
The Los Angeles crooner began the subsequent trio of performances on the Liberty stage with a set that included hits like “All I Want Is You,” “How Many Drinks?,” and our favorite, “Adorn.”
Next in line was Wiz, who took fans back with live renditions dating back to Kush & Orange Juice and Cabin Fever. Taylor Gang’s founder also kept it up to date for newer fans with “Work Hard, Play Hard” and “Black & Yellow.”
The last Hip-Hop act of the event were the independent Seattle duo, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. As expected, they treated fans to each Billboard smash from their platinum debut, The Heist.
See footage from Wiz Khalifa’s set below. Find the remaining two on the following pages.
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