WGCI’s annual Summer Jam concert is returning to the United Center this year, for another stacked concert with the biggest names in rap.
Performing at this year’s Summer Jam will be Big Sean, Trey Songz and a number of the hottest emerging rappers today, including Blocboy JB, Lil Baby, Moneybagg Yo and more! Tickets for the Summer Jam go on sale Friday May 25th at 10am. Fans can visit WGCI’s official website for more info.
WGCI’s Big Jam returned this year to the United Center with featured performances of the biggest names in business. The sold out show continued.
Chicago natives came in strive with performances from G-Herbo, Lil Bibby, and Dreezy. The Chicago fans came to represent with an early crowd to support the local talent. G-Herbo and Lil Bibby joined forces sharing the stage starting off Big Jam. Dreezy wasted no time showing love to the hometown crowd. The only female artist on the lineup made sure she dominated her performance.
The strict time schedule was a definite mood killer with sets being cut short, but with so many big names on just one lineup, what else can you do? Without proper goodbyes from the artist though, it created some confusing moments in the energy filled night.
Fan favorite Lil Yatchy added his personal flare to the star-studded event. Hit records like “Night”, “Minnesota”, and “Broccoli” had the sold out crowd wanting more.
Definitely one of the most talked about performance of the evening came from Desiigner. Desiigner from start to finish left Big Jam fans in awe. His adrenaline filled set was a spectacle, you couldn’t look away.
A true crowd pleasure, a.k.a. Mr. Steal Your Girl, Trey Songz had the sold out crowd in a complete frenzy. The roaring was matched with Songz’ charismatic performance. With some speculation to whether or not Songz was going to perform due to an onstage breakdown of stage equipment last week. Songz didn’t disappoint the United Center with his stellar performance.
Co-heading Big Jam was R&B juggernaut Chris Brown. Brown a true showman used every inch of the platform to dance every single of his signature hits. Brown led the United Center in the ultimate dance party. Without skipping a beat Brown didn’t stop giving one second of a showstopper performance.
Young Thug ended the night with some of his crowd favorites. Young Thug’s performance was unfortunately cut short due to his allotted set time. Regardless of the awkward transitions and premature ending sets Big Jam was one big Chicago house party. There wasn’t a better way to close off 2016 then seeing some of the best is hip-hop and R&B.
Last year the 107.5 WGCI Big Jam saw some awesome performances from Kendrick Lamar, Future, Vic Mensa and Twista just to name a few, and this year the Big Jam is returning to the United Center and with a lineup that even rivals last year’s huge artists.
Performing at this year’s Big Jam, which will take place on December 30th at the United Center, will be Chris Brown, Young Thug, Trey Songz, Lil Yachty, Desiigner, G Herbo and Lil Bibby! Needless to say, you will want to get your tickets ASAP, because they will surely go fast.
During a stop on his Rodeo Tour with Young Thug, G.O.O.D. Music‘s Travis Scott shared his opinions on a number of rappers. Pumping up his crowd, by reminding fans that his show is not a J. Cole or Chance the Rapper concert, Scott also threw shots at singer Trey Songz, yelling “F*ck Trey Songz” to the crowd. Well apparently word reached to “Mr. Steal Your Girl” as Trey Songz replied to a fan on Twitter, while also throwing back shots of his own towards Travis Scott. “F*CK YALL N*GGAS @tyga @chrisbrown @treysongz @jcolenc @augustalsina”, one fan person tweeted. Trey replied with “you sound like what’s his name??? Damn what’s that boy name??”. Well either Trey Songz is experiencing some severe memory loss or Travis Scott is irrelevant in his book. It will be interesting to see if La Flame responds to the comments.