Latin Grammys 2018
Here's What You Missed at Future's Nobody's Safe Tour
Future brought the house down at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif., Friday night (June 16) on his Nobody Safe Tour featuring Zoey Dollaz, A$AP Ferg, Tory Lanez, and Migos.
The tour has been running since May 4 and will end in Las Vegas on June 30. The first time being back on the road since the Summer Sixteen Tour with Drake, Future doesn’t let up the momentum bringing an array of opening acts that would get the crowd ready for the main event.
Coming off of a very successful run of his single “Mask Off,” which sparked a worldwide Mask Off Challenge and rebooted with a superstar remix featuring Kendrick Lamar, Future delivers a solid performance for the L.A. fans and pull a few tricks out his bag to make the night one to remember.
Here’s what you missed at the show...
Future doing choreography
It’s normal for acts to be supported by dancers and rappers to get the audience’s energy up with a hype man, but for this show Future brought out a few dancers and actually joined in on the fun. The moves were more for accent of songs like “Karate Chop” but still gave a rock star flair and more entertaining element to his live show. It was good to see him expanding more as a performer.
Future wearing yellow
First emerging onstage from a lift, attendees were immediately drawn to a bright yellow jacket paired with dark jeans and sneakers. Leaving for a second outfit change, the artist came back to the stage in a yellow hoodie with checkerboard designs on the side. The color was very fitting for the artist who’s show mirrors more of a rock concert like than a hip hop concert coupled with smoke, mic stands and a band.
Future letting DJ Esco be great
For any Future performance, an appearance from DJ Esco always sweetens the deal. The DJ/producer has been very instrumental in Future’s career and his high-energy personality and presence onstage makes for a great show. He always rocks the latest fashions and dons his signature Mohawk, fit for a rocker. At The Forum he brought out his mascot and wore a backpack made in his likeness as he performed the favorite “Too Much Sauce” and brought out Schoolboy Q for his hit “That Part”.
Future bringing out Drake
“When I come to Los Angeles, I always got to get out the house and come represent," Drake said to the crowd as he surprised fans. Future and the rapper have fostered a special bond over the last couple of years touring together, making a joint album, and frequently collaborating on tracks. It’s no surprise Drake would come show Future love by doing “Jumpman” and cuts off his More Life project including “Gyalchester,” “Fake Love,” and “Portland,” bringing Quavo back out for the latter.
Future recognizing Ty Dolla Sign is a national treasure
Aside from various other appearances throughout the show, Future made sure to bring out Ty Dolla $ign to perform “Blasé.” Future blessed the singer-songwriter with the infectious hook of the song and also collaborated with him on his title track off his Campaign project. Ty Dolla $ign sports a similar aura of rock star with a black fedora, long dreads, and immaculate style.