Loski. One of a kind & one of few that can capture the attention of London’s Drill territory.
Out of South London’s crew in Kennington, Harlem Spartans, Loski put on his first headline show this Monday which was more than I could have imagined.
I don’t go to many gigs and when I do, I only expect the best and Loki went above and beyond to make sure that happened for me. As I walked into the O2 space, it was already half full – full of young men and women of culture and movement in them and it was only 7:45. His DJ (DDOT) was responsible for getting everybody loose as he was playing the top tunes that where expected at a night like this, your typical J Hus, Bane, 67 and a couple of others but I can’t complain, he had the crowd shaking a leg.
The voice of the streets A.K.K Kenny Allstar played a maximum of 5 seconds of ‘Cool Kid‘ and the fans rapped the rest, this shook off Loski’s nerves (as he mentioned in his recent Complex interview) as he bounced on stage with led tube lights flashing as ‘Hazards‘ crept upon us.
“David Blaine” was one of the biggest tunes of 2016 and the crowd remembered lyric for lyric as K Trap came to bless the stage as well as Headie One. Former friend Bellz joined Loski to perform ‘Money and Beef‘ as they showered 2 grands worth of £5 notes at the fans – everyone at the front of the stage had hands in the air as if they were looking to fight whoever for it.
Asco, Avelino & surprisingly Posty and his new talent all jumped on stage ‘Calling’ out London. This was like reliving the actual visuals that where released on May 3rd and I felt like I was in the video. However Loski’s location this time was in the O2.
Closing his headline show with the two tracks that have everyone shook ‘Cool Kid‘ and ‘Forrest Gump‘. This certainly gave everyone in the room goosebumps and has now made his trademark on the O2 stage.