Friday Night: Smoker's Club Tour with Curren$y, Method Man, Big K.R.I.T. and DZA at Warehouse Live

The second annual Smoker's Club tour, which kicked off October 12, finally landed at Warehouse Live's ballroom Friday night with bountiful billows of smoke. One of the Smoker's Club tour mantras is "Bring your lungs." A line was still wrapped around the building even at 10:30 p.m. The venue was sold out and packed wall-to-wall with the usual 20-something hip-hop crowd that a Scoremore promotion brings. We arrived just in time for Smoke DZA's set.

We were barely in the building ten minutes when we saw the first two people being carried out by their friends. There were also a couple audience members sprawled across the ballroom couches in deep slumber, not because the show was boring they had already "enjoyed" themselves a bit too much. DZA, who signed to Curren$y's Jet Life Records while on the Smoker's Club tour, did some songs off his latest mixtape "Rolling Stoned."

It was still early and we knew it was going to be a long night with a promising line up as the clouds of smoke stayed consistent.

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Charne Graham
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