September 5, 2016


The 7 Craziest Made in America Shows

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Anheuser-Busch
Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Anheuser-Busch

You know me. I love a good nap—hence why I documented all the chill spaces to get some shut-eye at 2016's Made in America Festival in Philadelphia. But in between turn-downs, we managed to go as crazy as possible, finding every concert that would allow us to turn all. the. way. up.

Here's what it looked like:

1. Tory Lanez

Tory Lanez was insane when he started walking on the hands of fans, and my Fuse pal Bianca was soaking up every minute.

2. Jay Electronica

Probably the most lit performance of the weekend was Jay Electronica's set, and it wasn't even a performance. After three songs, the rapper invited everyone onstage, and security had to play a high-frequency tone to get everyone off.

3. Collegrove

Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz stormed the stage together, bringing out all their hits, including "No Lie," "Duffle Bag Boy," "A Milli," "Gotta Lotta," "I'm Going In," "HYFR" and "The Motto." How could you not have fun with that? Bianca broke down the best moments from their set, and, as evidenced above, she had the time of her life.

4. Playboi Carti

Playboi Carti was an unexpected blast. Just one day after he announced his debut mixtape, we decided to see what he was all about. He crawled into the crowd, and made everybody go bonkers.

5. A$AP Ferg

A$AP Ferg drew a gigantic crowd, which spanned all the way from the Liberty Stage to the trucks where the VIP caterers were hanging out. Here's Bianca in all her A$AP glory, and it was a beautiful thing to see.

6. Travis Scott

Travis Scott's fans moshed and jumped and screamed as they always do, and Travis himself got in on the action. He even swam through the crowd and climbed a tiny tree.

7. Rihanna

Rihanna's set was a little more chill than one might expect from the girl who sings "Pour It Up," but she had her moments. In between getting melancholic and self-reflective with her ANTI tunes, she brought the heat with "Bitch Better Have My Money" and "Work."