Earlier this week, Post Malone kicked off The Hollywood Dreams tour at the Observatory North Park in San Diego. Along for the ride are FKi 1st, Larry June and Jazz Cartier, who each held their own throughout the show.
After 1st hyped up the crowd with a few summer singles, Larry started the night with his DJ, Kawasaki. Running through his discography and often hopping into the crowd to share his energy, the duo made sure the Bay was well represented with Larry’s signature “Yee hee!” and “Good job, Larry!” adlibs. HBK’s own P-Lo was also in the building, taking the stage towards the end of his set.
Next up was W&V alumni Jazz Cartier, backed by his DJ 4th Pyramid. Bringing to life tracks from his most recent project, Hotel Paranoia, alongside recent singles “Just In Case” and “Lil Wayne,” the Prince of Toronto captivated the audience with ease. Jacuzzi’s remarkable stage presence carried throughout his first performance in San Diego, topped off with his signature blend crowd surfing/walking to “Dead Or Alive.”
To finish off the night, Post Malone took the stage with a teaser of “White Iverson,” segueing into to crowd favorites “Too Young” and “Go Flex.” Posty filled his set with several tracks from his August 26 mixtape before bringing Larry back on-stage to perform their “Never Understand” collab. With the crowd singing every word, the positive spirit kicked off his first official headlining tour in style.