Recap and photos by Martin Sarabia (Instagram and Twitter: @Mf_king)
Raury kept it intimate during his 30 Days in L.A. performance at the Sayers Club in Hollywood on Nov. 23rd.
The artist opened up to the crowd about his early years and what he’s been facing now. He led his sermon-like moments into songs such as “Cigarette Song” and “Trap Tears”, which were influenced by his love life and his history with a now deceased friend. Raury’s honesty was felt by the crowd, and although they were silent during most moments, his fans old and new were attentive all throughout his performance
Full-time college students at New York University, performance duo OSHUN brought the energy and musicality the crowd was eager to witness for the first time with their debut mixtape “Asase Yaa.”
OSHUN weren’t shy as they stepped off the open stage and engaged with the newly gathered fans. The two even gave fans an opportunity to meet & greet them and pick up merchandise immediately after their set
Raury jumped onstage and immediately played hit singles including “Forbidden Knowledge,” featuring BIG K.R.I.T off his debut studio album “All We Need”.