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A.Dd+ nothing but swag and energy
Senior Staff Writer
Of all the folk, rock and even blues shows at 35Denton, none can say they “brought the noise” as much as the rap duo A.Dd+. The two jumped on stage with endless energy prompting the crowd to throw their weather related worries away and hop at the sound of every stereo boom.
Performing at 5 p.m. on Stage 2, the Dallas group brought fun and intense lyrics, and the best dancing of any group so far.
Sporting a couple of rappers and DJ Sober, A.Dd+’s “white compadre,” the three zoomed out of the gates, begging the crowd to match their excitement, which may have been impossible.
Featuring lyrics such as “I don’t want to be famous, I just want to be well off,” the sidekicks sounded off on growing up in Dallas, blowing up in the rap game and of course partying.
Feeling the audience needed a boost, at one point during the show A.Dd+ jumped off stage into the pit, deciding to get more personal with its fans. The gamble paid off as the Stage 2 crowd ignited with noise, finally living up to the desires of the performers.
With the back and forth lyrics and DJ Sober turning in a solid performance, A.Dd+ lived up to the hype, delivering a swag filled performance.