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Rolling Loud Toronto 2022

Rolling Loud Toronto 2022 showcased a variety of talented artists over three days. Each artist brought their own unique style to the stage, leaving the audience thrilled and exhilarated. The festival was a melting pot of genres, catering to fans of all kinds of music.

Day 1

The first day of the festival featured artists such as K Charles, Duvy, DDG, Shenseea, Roy Woods, Arrdee, Lil Skies, A Boogie, Central Cee, Dave, and Rae Sremmurd. K Charles opened the Uber stage with a high-energy performance that included jumping around and driving into the crowd. Duvy’s set saw his friends on stage throwing water on everyone, and DDG controlled the crowd with a massive stage dive into the audience.

Shenseea’s sparkly and awesome outfit wowed the crowd, and Roy Woods got the crowd in their feels with his R&B tunes. Arrdee had the crowd jumping and singing along with Pyro and Co2, while Lil Skies controlled the crowd and played every hit he had. A Boogie played hits like Swervin and Mr and My Guitar, and Central Cee commanded the crowd with his famous song Doja. Dave opened the show with a guitar solo and played with a full band, while Rae Sremmurd closed out the Bet99 stage with all their top songs.

Day 2

On the second day, Drownmili opened up the Uber stage with rockstar vibes and interacted with the crowd. Smiley played his hit song featuring Drake to a very large hometown crowd, and NLE Choppa pulled out the dance moves and brought his mom to the party. Pressa received hometown love from a packed crowd, and Oliver Tree joked with the crowd while doing scooter tricks. Lil Yachty was a crowd favorite for the day, and Skepta was awesome despite making some stuff up. Roddy Ricch had an amazing performance with a tribute to those who passed away over the years, while Future played all his top songs despite being 50 minutes late for his 30-minute set.

Day 3

The third day featured Kashdami, Tokin, Shakewell, Danny Towers, SLM, Tana, Ski mask The Slump God, and Suicide Boys. Kashdami’s energetic performance drew a good amount of people, while Tokin jumped into the crowd and had a mosh pit. Shakewell had the crowd singing along, and Danny Towers brought out Ski Mask The Slump God. SLM had backup dancers and great energy, while Tana climbed the rafter to play a song with the crowd singing and jumping. Ski mask The Slump God played tribute to xxxtentacion and Juice WLRD, and Suicide Boys had probably the best set of the weekend with their energy together and vocal skits.

Overall, the Rolling Loud music festival in Toronto was a massive success, featuring a diverse range of talented artists that catered to the tastes of the audience. The festival provided an opportunity for fans to enjoy live performances and connect with their favorite artists, leaving them with an unforgettable experience.

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