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Mustard Shuts Down First Ever Summers Fest w/ YG, Ella Mai, Migos, A$AP Ferg, Roddy Ricch & More!

Mustard Shuts Down First Ever Summers Fest w/ YG, Ella Mai, Migos, A$AP Ferg, Roddy Ricch & More!

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Mustard said it was going to be brazy, and he definitely didn’t disappoint. The West Coast DJ/producer went ALL out with his first Summers Fest and came through with his closest friends to turn The Novo into a nightclub. Representing his city, Mustard opened his set with the “Intro” track off Perfect Ten, bringing LA’s own 1TakeJay. With the crowds hyped up, 1TakeJay also performed his hit single “Hello.”

In a transition, Mustard asked everyone to take a moment of silence for the daily departed and honor DJ Official who passed away two months ago (July 1992 – June 2019). As a tribute, Mustard played “Burn Rubber” produced by DJ Official and himself. Shortly after, Joe Moses came on stage just in time to get The Novo jumpin’ once again. “Stop It” was next from JM and it wouldn’t be complete without RJMrLA entering with his turnt up energy. It was only fair for him to play the single that got him on the map: “Get Rich.”

Halfway through the set, it was time to bring the East Coast into the building with A$AP Ferg and his 3x-time Platinum-selling song “Plain Jane.” Mustard was ready to PARTY and told all his friends that none of them were getting off with only performing one song. He was just getting started. Mustard took everyone back to 2011, testing all his day one fans who packed and sold out the venue. The stage and light production were incredible with customized settings for every artist he brought on stage.

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One of his most heartwarming tributes was to the legend and dear friend, Nipsey Hussle. He began with the album’s closing track “Perfect Ten,” even exiting his booth to take a seat on the side of the stage and spark up with the fans. RIP, Nipsey. The Marathon Continued with Roddy Ricch who came on stage to preform his hit single with Nipsey “Racks In The Middle.” He kept the crowds going with “Die Young” and took it back to the Perfect Ten with Mustard’s “Ballin’.”

Of course, Mustard has jokes. He teased about how his dear friend Ella Mai was not able to make it just for her to creep up behind him as “Boo’d Up” entered the speakers. She followed it up with her hit single “Trip.” Saving the big names for the end, Mustard brought out his close friend YG who turned The Novo into his own impromptu concert. “I’m in the dark going brazy!” Mustard quickly got YG to take it back to My Krazy Life bumping “BPT” and “My Ni**a.” Back to Perfect Ten, A$AP Ferg came back on stage for a legendary performance of “On God.”

YG kept his hits going with “Who Do You Love,” “You Broke,” “Go Loko,” and lastly “Big Bank” — with 2 Chainz and Big Sean gracing the stage. Big Sean took the mic soon after and had everyone going up with “I Dont F*ck With You.”

And right when everyone thought the show was about to be over, Mustard brings out the Migos. The Atlanta trio preformed various hits including “Stripper Bowl,” and of course, “Bad and Boujee.” Offset also preformed his hit single “Clout” while Quavo brought out his girl Saweetie to preform her charting single “My Type.”

Summer Fest ended with the song of the summer by Mustard and Migos: “Pure Water.”

Written by Shay Almawlani.

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