Last Friday, Stitch held his immersive, live experience of his album When The Sky Cracks at New Spires Stages.
Attendees were instructed to wear all white zip-up suits before entering the venue as apart of the “immersive experience.” A packed show, the crowd was a sea of diverse faces, ethnicity, and ages.
The show began with “The Day After.”
Stitch discussed Pocket Check and went on to perform his well-received single.
Explaining to the audience that “All Times Hers” is a play on words of Alzheimer’s Disease. The song is a dedication to his grandmother who was a pillar in his family.
Performing a live ode to his beautiful wife on stage, Stitch rapped along to “Sweet T + Le Canvas,” who can be seen dancing and vibing to her anthem.
Stitch had the crowd engaged on, “The Lox.”
The rapper introduced “Say It Again,” as “doing what you need to do on earth before you leave, so when it’s time to leave you’ve accomplished everything you were supposed to.”
Stitch closes the show with his highly anticipated his title track, “WTSC,” a towering energy banger left the crowd on a high. A highly participative atmosphere indeed, the audience was just as much apart of the show as the he.
We hoped you enjoyed the show as much as we did. Remember to cop, WTSC here.
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