Rolling Loud was the first time many of hip-hop's biggest names had played in front of a crowd in more than a year.
Travis Scott, among others, made the experience a memorable one for his fans, as he opened his headline set with an unreleased track called "Escape Plan."
On the song, a loud eagle screech amplifies the drop of rowdy drums as Travis raps, "Twelve figure state plan, that was the escape plan!"
Before the show, La Flame also shared a snippet of a tropical music video for the song, expected to arrive alongside his next album, 'Utopia.' He challenged his fans to memorize the lyrics by the time he performed: "WHO CAN REMEMBER THIS BY TONIGHT."
Young Thug took things a step further. Not only did he preview a brand new anthem, "TikTok," but he announced, "I'm about to put this album out, right? It's called 'Punk.'"
In 2019, Thug briefly discussed 'Punk' with The Fader: "It's music that the world is going to embrace." He also described what the term "punk" means to him saying, "[Punk] means brave, not self-centered, conscious. Very, very neglected, very misunderstood. Very patient, very authentic."
A few days later, the 29-year-old performed "TikTok" with a live band for an NPR Tiny Desk concert where he wore a shirt that, on the back, teased Oct. 15th as the release date for the album.
Lil Uzi joined the fun as well at Rolling Loud, playing a joint from his upcoming release, 'Pink Tape.'
The 26-year-old channeled auto-tuned melodies reminiscent of those heard across early projects, like 'Lil Uzi Vert vs. The World,' as he sang about showering his girl with luxurious items.
Whose album are you most excited for?