Ready To Leave Now

This past weekend Earl Sweatshirt shut down the Theater of Living Arts with support from Remy Banks, and NxWorries. While it was clear the artists were drained from their performances at Made In America earlier that day, they took haste to provide their fans with a more intimate experience. The crowd was filled with people sporting supreme and American flag attire. As for the artists, Dertbag seemed to be the obvious choice, although Nakel, a 1987 Slayer tour shirt, and Cody B. Ware, a Turnstile tee. Both completely suitable to accommodate the energy which was brought onto the stage. Short but sweet, Remy ran through some tracks off of his recent album higher. closing out with "B.O.T.P" and accompaniment from his World's Fair family. After the crowd was fairly drenched in freshly opened Fiji, Earl kept things moving, running through a chunk ofI Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside: An Album by Earl SweatshirtFollowing the set, Earl took over the boards playing the likes of Philly's own, Lil Uzi Vert.
Check out photos from night below: