Drake Rocks The Warfield

Drake Rocks The Warfield

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Even in the midst of a recession, San Francisco hosted the biggest concert of the year with none other than Young Money’s sexiest artist, Drake. These tickets were being scalped on Craig's List  and EBAY for as much as $300.00.

The sold out show was held at the historic Warfield, in the city’s Tenderloin district.

Drake has been burning up the Pop/Hip Hop charts with hit after hit in the last year topped off by a fire Grammy performance of "Forever" featuring Lil' Wayne and Eminem.



The people lucky enough to get in the front row started arriving at the venue as early as 11am.
Inside the fans were juiced, but they maintained their composure leading to a drama free environment.

The air was packed with the scent of weed while fans of the Canadian born rapper/singer waited for the arrival of the of one of the biggest stars in music. UNI was the opening act, they put on a good show, getting the crowd stirred up and ready for Drake’s grand entrance.

The headliner was due on stage at 9:30pm. Everyone was pumped and waiting for him to show and then there he was.

The crowd went crazy; Drake was just as juiced as all of people packed into the Warfield, you could tell by the great performance he put on.

He did all of his big hits; he even did some music that hasn’t come out yet. Fans actually got their monies worth at this concert; he kept it live from the beginning to the end.

“Free Weezy” was something that he mentioned a few times making a point to emphasize his gratitude and respect for his incarcerated partner Lil’ Wayne. All in all it was a great night, with no major drama and lot’s of positive party energy.