By: Illinois Jones
"Call Me If You Get Lost Concert" had the United Center Rocking
I'm not gone lie. I was pregaming in the whip, hotboxing and missed Teezo Touchdown set. This was my first concert in the United Center so I wasn't about to risk my "Tree Tree" dealing with top flight security of the world. I really wanted to see Teezo tho, I like the "Mid" track plus his image is very intriguing with the nails in his hair and all.
I got in right in time to see Vince Staples set. This was my first time actually seeing him perform. I been a fan of his music since "Blue Suede", so to see him live was pretty dope. Preforming songs from his latest album self titled "Vince Staples" and other songs from his catalog definitely had the United Center rocking. This concert honestly made me appreciate Vince and his music way more. The vibes from Vince set had me wanting to spark up but I didn't want to get kick out.
Now this following artist is an amazing vocalist, that sounds familiar but i couldn't remember where I heard this voice. Her name is Kali Uchris and she had the entire United Center wrapped around her finger. No one sat down during her set, she was performing songs in English and next in Spanish. As my mind wondered on where have I heard this voice BOOM! "After The Storm" comes on and I yell "OH SHIT THATS SHORTY!!!" and start sing my ass off.
Last but not least, the man of the hour Tyler The Creator. One of the dopest stage production I've seen. This man rises from under the stage hanging out the sunroof of what appears to be a 1938 Rolls-Royce Wraith. The United Center was rocking, everybody was standing up, super turnt as Tyler preformed songs from his latest project "Call Me If You Get Lost". The Sound crew was dope because the clarity of the music was so clear it felt like DJ Drama was there. Tyler was in his bag no cap, the homie had fire works. . . SMH. . .
The only person I've seen perform with Fire works was Puff. . .I was geek when the fire works went off but I instantly got nervous because Michael Jackson Pepsi commercial crossed my mind (If You Know You Know). Any who as the show goes on Tyler danced up and down the stairs of a house replica which was dope, but the icing on the cake for me is when the homie jump on the speed boat and floated across the United Center. I am not making this shit up. Tyler definitely did his thing, I was entertained. This was my first concert since the pandemic kicked off now I'm ready for more. If you see me at concert just yell #JonesWatChaOn