ScHoolboy Q recently took his talents over to Atlanta for the recent festivities held at A3C. Taking the stage at Revolt TV’s showcase, the TDE rapper performed to the anxious crowd that was jam packed full of supporters for the Oxymoron rapper. Here’s some official coverage of the event courtesy of Revolt TV which also includes a short interview and some footage of Q performing “Yay Yay.”
Before calling it a wrap at Los Angeles’ The Belasco Theater, ScHoolboy Q decided to leave his fans with an energy packed performance of his smash hit “Yay Yay.” The track is set to be featured on Q’s upcoming Oxymoron album which is due to finally hit shelves before the end of the year. Watch the HD footage below provided by Collective State TV to see how it all went down.
Schoolboy Q closed out his recent show at The Observatory In Santa Ana with the crowd favorite “Yay Yay” which will be featured on his upcoming album Oxymoron. Take a look as Q wraps up a dope show and gives his supporters that TDE yay yay before hitting the exit.
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In this clip, watch as ScHoolboy treats fans to a live performance at New York’s SOB’s venue with “Nightmare on Figg St” & “My Hatin’ Joint”. Both records can found on Q’s street album Habits & Contradictions.
Q performs only for the second time his newest single “Yay Yay” off his upcoming album Oxymoron.
Let’s not forget who was there to capture the first EVER performance of “Yay Yay”. Check out that clip from SkeeTV here.
Last night we hit the Avalon to cover the Sneaker Pimps x Boost Mobile event with ScHoolboy as the headliner. Take a look as we captured Q’s first performance of his new single “Yay Yay” from the upcoming album Oxymoron.
NBA 2K13 gamers, sneaker heads, and ScHoolboy Q fans recently came together for Boost Mobile and Sneaker Pimps Battle Royale Event. SkeeTV cameras were inside as the video game battle and exhibition closed things out with a special performance from TDE artist ScHoolboy Q. With just releasing his single “Yay Yay” the day before, Q decided to treat fans to his first live performance of the record which will be featured on his upcoming album Oxymoron.