Rolling Loud NY Saturday Recap: Travis Scott, Roddy Ricch, Griselda & More Ends the 3-Day Fest with a Bang

[Fivio Foreign gets the Five Borough embrace(Photo credit: Rolling Loud/@stevesweatpants)]

Rain was in the forecast for the final day of Rolling Loud New York, but instead the 55k+ attendees of Rolling Loud New York 2021 were treated to beautiful fall weather, the sun poking through the clouds for much of the day before a slight drizzle at night. The autumn breeze carried sounds from all three stages across the festival, transporting the music of rap’s biggest names from Citi Field out to the Long Island Sound. 

The night ended with a spectacular performance from Travis Scott, who closed the night with his usual spectacle, but before he took the Deleón Stage, fans were treated to standout sets from artists ranged from gritty mafiosos like Griselda to hyperactive SoundCloud risers like SoFaygo to flex-heavy trappers like Young Dolph and Key Glock. Saturday’s fest had an unmistakable NYC flavor, with performances from fan favorites like Lil TJayFivio ForeignA$AP Ferg, and risers like Rah SwishDUSTY LOCANE, and more.

Founded by Matt Zingler and Tariq Cherif, Rolling Loud’s second foray into the Big Apple continues the festival’s mission to bring back live hip-hop after a too long absence. In December, Rolling Loud returns with Rolling Loud California, bringing headliners like Kid Cudi, J. Cole, and Future, and many more of the best rappers on the West Coast and beyond.

Check below for some highlights from the final day of Rolling New York 2021.

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“STRAIGHT UP!” The fest’s final headliner pontificates from his elevated platform
(Photo credit: Rolling Loud / @srodriguez92)
Rolling Loud co-founder Matt Zingler with A$AP Rocky (Credit: Rolling Loud / @itchyeyephotos)

Lil Tjay Shakes Up The Concrete Jungle With NY Anthem “Not In The Mood” Featuring Fivio Foreign And Kay Flock

Multi-platinum rapper Lil Tjay teams up with Brooklyn-born rapper Fivio Foreign and up and coming Bronx rapper Kay Flock in his new single “Not In The Mood” via Columbia Records.  The track serves as another New York anthem coming from three New York artists. Listen to “Not In The Mood” here

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Fivio Foreign Narrate This Candid And Reflective Tale In “Story Time” Video

After recently performing his first few live shows in 2021, and appearing on the critically acclaimed album DONDA, Fivio Foreign has returned with “Story Time” – a raw tale touching on the environmental circumstances of a young, incarcerated youth.  Listen to the AyooAA, SavBeats and 808k Antares produced song HERE. Based on a true story, the music video shot and directed by Alonzo Hellerbach follows Fivio and a tale he knows all too well. With drive and determination, Fivio is constantly proving that he will keep delivering no matter the circumstances.

Fivio Foreign Gets “Unruly” In The Streets Of NYC With NEW Kenny Beats Produced Song

Shortly after re-emerging in the “Self Made” music video, Fivio Foreign just dropped his first official single of the year. Produced by Kenny Beats, and shot in his hometown of New York City, Fivio rolls through the city before taking over Grand Central terminal alongside Mellow Rackz. Watch the “Unruly” visual directed by John Tashiro HERE. As he gears up to release his upcoming project, Fivio Foreign gives a glimpse of what’s to come this year.

King Von + Fivio Foreign Release A Chicago x Brooklyn Drill Combo With “I Am What I Am”

As Lil Durk’s labelmate, King Von, rises in the rap game, there’s one thing I can tell you he’s not about to do–  change who he is. In his latest video, “I Am What I Am” featuring Fivio Foreign, Von is making it known exactly who he is and after watching, I can assure you that he (and my boy Fivio) are not ones f*ck with.

Feeding off each other’s energy, King Von and Favio Foreign light up Chicago’s O-Block with their electric chemistry in “I Am What I Am”. Evoking the chaotic DIY energy of the earliest Chicago and Brooklyn drill music video, the two emcees confidently trade bars as they sip Henny, count cash, and whip around in a Rolls Royce Wraith, promising a bad time for anyone who looks at them the wrong way.


Fivio Foreign Looks Back And Addresses Adversaries In The New Music Video “13 Going On 30”

After the RIAA certified gold breakout hit “Big Drip” hit the streets at the tail-end of last summer, Fivio Foreign has spent the past year solidifying his space in rap music. Now, before his debut album with Columbia Records, and shortly after being named one of XXL’s Freshman Class 2020 – the magazine’s annual list of brightest artists to watch – he returns with a new song “13 Going On 30” listen HERE

As Fivio Foreign looks back at his year in the music video, the song tells an even deeper story, showing a different side to the often charismatic Brooklyn-born artist. As he gears up to release his debut album, Fivio shows no sign of slowing his momentum. 

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