First off let me start by saying I wasn’t a huge Riff Raff fan to begin with, but as an open minded person I decided to give the self titled, ” Jody High Roller ” a chance.
The night started off pretty well for the facts as the opening acts were very crowd friendly and kept the hype alive. Unfortunately our group made it late to the venue so we didn’t get the name of the first performer, but I gotta say he was pretty dope. I love an artist who isn’t afraid to connect with fans and gets the crowd involved.
The second act was a name some people are familiar with Mr. Bill DOLLA GATES. The homie had a pretty smooth with an in your attitude face. Straight flow.
The last openers were Trill Sammy and Dice Soho who were very crowd friendly!
Finally The high roller came on stage. The DJ proved a great intro and got the crowd excited and moving. In the beginning he was going hard and was focused on singing each of his song, but after “Dolce and Gabbana” Riff Raff seemed to get too turnt on a double cup of what I can only assume is lean to the point where he just walked back and forth on the stage and eventually disappeared for 15 minutes. After 30 mins into it he had to bring out the opening acts to get the crowd hyped again. After much disappointment we took our last drinks and left knowing we weren’t going to miss anything. The former G’s to Gents Contestant might need to consider taking a class on how to be a boss instead of teaching others because he provided an example of someone a boss would fire.