Watch Sheck Wes' "Mo Bamba" Performance at Astroworld Festival

Really getting the crowd of 40,000 going.

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For those who couldn’t make it to Travis Scott‘s first ever Astroworld Festival, La Flame is now uploading videos of the performances from his unprecedented event.

Standing as one of the biggest music acts around at the moment, Sheck Wes got the crowd of 40,000 going with his live performance of “Mo Bamba.” Taking his time to work both sides of the audience in attendance, the Harlem rapper made his way through his breakout hit single, which recently broke into the Billboard Hot 100 top 10. Sheck and his associates took things to another level when they dove into the crowd during the notorious cutout portion of “Mo Bamba,” putting an exclamation mark on the performance.

Check out Sheck Wes’ “Mo Bamba” performance from the Astroworld Festival above.

For more music news, Travis Scott and Skrillex recently collided on the remix of “Sicko Mode.”

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