SupaJefe Tour @ Backbooth Event Recap

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Bilingual rapper and 2017 XXL Freshman Kap-G and his SupaJefe tour stopped in Orlando this past Saturday in his second Florida show this week. Even before the doors opened up at 7 P.M. and eager fans got to enter Back Booth, the energy was high to see Kap-G perform tracks from his recently released mixtape “SupaJefe,” as well as some of the throwback hits that put Kap on the map.

All of the openers at the Orlando show set the tone for how the rest of the night was going to flow. South Florida artist, Yung Cochise, was one of the first performers of the night and had the crowd rocking with his high-energy performance. The energy was kept up for local Orlando artists Devin More and IE Knows, who tore up the stage, like they usually do, with their impeccable flows and fantastic crowd interaction. After the local artists took stage, Kap had his own openers come on and amp the vibe up even more. Cleveland, Ohio rapper Paper Paulk made his first Orlando appearance and killed his set before introducing Kap-G to the crowd.

Before the 2017 XXL Freshman came out to perform, the crowd chanted his name to welcome him to Orlando and to let them know that they are there to have a good time with the Supa Jefe himself. As Kap stepped out, a sea of camera lights turned on to illuminate the stage for the headlining performer. Ranging from tracks like his latest hit song “Girlfriend” to playing tracks like 2014’s “Fuck La Policia,” Kap had command of the crowd for his whole set. It was apparent that Kap felt the love that Orlando showed that night because to end the show Kap announced that he would be taking pictures with anyone who was down to stay and kick it with him, even if you didn’t pay for a VIP experience.

The fans showed love, so Kap showed love back. One can only hope that this wasn’t the last time Kap comes to Orlando to grace the stage and make the Orlando fans a part of his growing familia.

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