The Bottom Lounge in Chicago was packed with hip-hop fans on Oct. 27, as IDK brought his F65 tour to the Windy City accompanied by rapper Lute. The show was the penultimate concert of the tour, which kicked off in Paris five months ago and spanned several cities across the US. The tour came to an end on Oct. 29th, with the final performance in Toronto, Ontario.
IDK, the Maryland rapper and producer, delivered a dynamic performance that showcased his versatility and creativity. He switched his headgear to match his different albums, and blended jazz and hip-hop elements with ease. His set included songs from his latest album F65, as well as fan favorites from his previous projects, such as "Peloton" and "Shoot my Shot."
Lute, the Dreamville signee from North Carolina, warmed up the crowd with his smooth and soulful rap style. He performed tracks from his debut album West 1996 Pt. 2, as well as "Under the Sun," his hit collaboration with J Cole and Dreamville.