Crop top-wearing brace-faced tweens and dedicated stoners alike filled the Egyptian Room last night, packing the room with loyal fans between the ages of thirteen and thirty all dying to see Fetty Wap — their favorite new rap God who has taken the world by storm with singles like "Trap Queen." But though the concert started at 8 p.m., for almost two hours Fetty and Post Malone were nowhere to be found.
The Remy Boyz, Fetty’s hype men, entertained the crowd with a repertoire of club favorites while the main events warmed up back stage. Between featuring fans on the Zoo Gang’s various social media platforms and filming live feed of the “pre-show” dance party that we were all shamelessly adding to our Snapchat stories, up-and-coming RGF Island artists like Biousha, House Party Inc, and M-Eighty
performed smaller sets of their club bangers. Even though we might not have known every word to their songs, or even their names, the crowd was still lit with excitement.
After an anxious hour and half, Post Malone arrived and delivered one hell of a performance, even though it looked like he had just rolled out of bed (his corn rows looked like they had seen better, freshly pressed days). He opened and closed his 30-minute performance with his Billboard Hot 100 hit “White Iverson” because we couldn’t get enough of his saucin’ and crowd pleasin’.
The vibe in the room was truly euphoric when Fetty and his Remy Boyz finally made an appearance. He may have left his glock in his Rari, but he didn’t hesitate to bring his A-game to Indy. Performing all of his hits off of his debut album RGF Island
, Fetty delivered an absolutely flawless set. Plus, front row fans got showered with crisp hundred dollar bills and Zoo gang gear just because Fetty was feeling generous! He and his SKWAAAD kept it real all night long, club anthem after anthem, and for that, we are truly thankful he came our way. (Editor's note: Organizers request we let readers know this show was part of the Monster Energy Outbreak Tour.)