Alexander Lendrum

Editorial curator, born and raised in Hong Kong.

Watch Last Night’s BOILER ROOM set With 88Rising’s Rich Chigga, Keith Ape and More

Last night at a fancy AF house up in Beverly Hills, an invite-only collection of people gathered around a curated roster of acts who performed for BOILER ROOM‘s latest set, a collaborative effort between the music broadcasting platform and 88Rising, an Asian-orientated agency/media company. the intimate setting had guest and artists all mingling at the location, before officially kicking things off at 9PM with Korean-American artist Yaeji on deck performing an almost ethereal set to get the people lifted for what was to come. Following that was a stellar performance from all the way in Chengdu, China broadcasted over to state side featuring rap crew the Higher Brothers.

Switching back to the original location, Joji takes stage, offering an eclectic performance that helped get shit twisted for the turn up, which really started to take shape once Ronny J hit the scene. At this point, people were getting all sorts of lit, including special guest Denzel Curry who jumped in with mic in hand to help usher in the one and only Keith Ape, who killed in on stage. Rounding things off was of course the headliner Rich Chigga–a thoroughly humble dude in real life–who of course played Dat $tick among other lyrical monsters. Watch the full two-hour long event in the jump above, then check back with us for our exclusive photo recap of what went down to come.

Alexander Lendrum

Editorial curator, born and raised in Hong Kong.