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CASSIUS is in the building for the 2017 Budweiser Made In America Festival and Day 1 was more lit than you can imagine.
Solange hit the Rocky Stage with an incredible set that included a stellar performance of her hit song “Cranes in the Sky.” Next up was J. Cole who kept the crowd rockin’—even in the pouring rain.
Over on the TIDAL side of things, rising stars Ari Lennox,A Boogie, THEY., and Stormzy hit the ground running. Performing his radio hit “Drowning,” Artist was definitely the crowd favorite, but that’s not a surprise, as he and his right hand man Don Q have taken the city of New York to new musical heights as of late.
Hood sweetheart Cardi B. made bloody moves all over the Liberty Stage and her boo Offset of Migos wasn’t too far behind. It was a movie. Hit the gallery below for a glimpse of all the mayhem.