Hip-hop shows, such as this one, tend to attract more male
fans than females. The DJ drops the beat for "Ice Cream" as Raekwon says, "This
is for the ladies." The French vanillas, butter pecans, chocolate deluxes, and
caramel sundaes can't help but give out a cheer as Rae serenades them.
After performances of "Glaciers Of Ice" and his feature of "Eye
For An Eye," Rae took time out to embrace Ol' Dirty Bastard's memory when he admitted, "Ohhh
baby I like it raw," giving a less animated performance of the ODB single, but
of course, who's as animated as ODB?
Toward the end of the show, Rae brought out Kofi Black, a
singer off his Ice H20 label. Black performed one song as Rae sat in
front of the DJ. Admitting he needed to promote Black more, the rapper signed
off on the singer's request to perform another song.
Ending the night on a high note, besides those coming from
Black, Rae signed off by performing 1997's "Triumph," a performance that
resembled all prior songs, with Raekwon taking minimal steps and staying in a
The Crowd: Don't
come if you're under 25 years old and with a Wu-Tang shirt
Wish List: What?
Personal Bias: The
lack of movement from Raekwon made for an uneventful concert.