Tyler The Creator and Kali Uchis are two of the elites in the music industry, and now the besties are officially wrapping their epic North American Call Me If You Get Lost tour. First announcing the tour via Instagram in August of last year, Tyler revealed the long list of tour dates, announcing openers Kali Uchis, Vince Staples, and Teezo Touchdown.
And for their 6th to last show before the tour wraps, it was only right to take over crypto.com Arena in downtown Los Angeles, previously known as Staples Center. Not only did day one fans have the opportunity to see their favorite rapper perform live in his hometown, in the same venue the Lakers and the Clippers play basketball, he also made it easy for fans to watch the show at home.
The concert was livestreamed via Amazon Prime Video, broadcasted in more than 240 countries around the world, produced by Happy Place. If that’s not enough, fans could purchase limited-edition merch from the tour through the Amazon Music Artist Merch Shop.
Rocking a leopard-print button-up short-sleeve shirt and his signature hat, Tyler The Creator brought all the energy as he always delivers in his live performances. But the turning point in the concert definitely arrived when he revealed a story about how his collaborative song with Frank Ocean, “She” from 2011, was originally intended for the one and only Snoop Dogg.
“I originally made this beat for Snoop Dogg but I had no way to get it to him, so me and my big homie did this song. And it goes like this…” Tyler stated before launching into a performance of the iconic track.
Of course, let’s not forget the beautiful Kali Uchis, who graced the stage in a sheer, all-black two-piece ensemble. The two performed their viral hit “After The Storm,” which boasts nearly 95 million views on Youtube after being released in 2018.