Unruly Citizens LLC once again brought a hot artist to the Chevy Event Center in the heart of Oklahoma City, OK. Last month, 21 Savage underperformed and disappointed everyone. This month, Migos came to town and brought an entirely different atmosphere to the table and absolutely lived up to the hype.
Migos got on stage at about 10:45 and gave us a pretty lengthy performance full of energy and excitement. They even incorporated Oklahoma City Thunder star Russell Westbrook in a remix of their hit song Bad and Boujee.
Performance Recap Video.
I’ve been to three Migos concerts now and every single one was great. With that being said, this one was the best by far. They are excellent performers and know exactly how to get the crowd engaged. Fans were extremely satisfied with it as well.
I think @migos needs to have a concert in OKC the day before every Thunder game
— ThunderousIntentions (@thunderousint) March 1, 2017
Russ was having the time of his life onstage with @Migos in OKC https://t.co/kMltyC9mnN
— XXL Magazine (@XXL) March 1, 2017
Migos had everybody turnt in okc.
— Josh Jacobs (@joshtatted) March 2, 2017
S/O to the @Migos for coming to OKC and turning the whole city up!!#FloatingOnTheTrack#BadandBoujee
— ⚡PRIMETIME!!!⚡ (@Joe_MainMixon) February 28, 2017
These comments speak for the concert. Migos has a strategic way of gaining national notoriety for the most random things. They are masters of interpersonal connections and know the right buttons to push and when to push them. Local and national celebrities were up on stage; multiple Thunder players, high school standout Trae Young, and former Oklahoma Sooner running back Joe Mixon. Migos saw that and took advantage of it with that Russell Westbrook showcase, thus making the concert 10 times bigger than it would’ve already been. This suddenly turned into a national story that was mentioned on TMZ, USA Today, HotNewHipHop.com, and Bleacher Report. ESPN even mentioned it on their various shows. Not only did this build the brand of the artists and Russell Westbrook, it built the Unruly Citizen brand and every company affiliated. Migos did Oklahoma City a huge favor with this concert changed the negative narrative that carried over from the 21 Savage performance.
Not only did this build the brand of the artists and Russell Westbrook, it built the Unruly Citizen brand and every company affiliated. Migos did Oklahoma City a huge favor with this concert and changed the negative narrative that carried over from the 21 Savage performance.
It’s also amazing how just five hours before the performance, they were on DJ Khaled’s Snapchat in Miami, FL. They were doing a video shoot with Justin Beiber, Chance the Rapper and various other artists, but still found a way to make it halfway across the country and give such an electric performance like this one.
Performance Grade: A+
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Feature Image by @cameraman405.
Sounds like that show was the beast! That article made me wanna come out & see a show @ the Chevy. Excellent piece