PHOTOS AND VIDEOS: 2013 V-103 and WAOK Car and Bike Show 10th Anniversary (part 3)




Team Freddy O got the opportunity to check out some highly anticipated, musical performances from the Chevy Music Stage at the 2013 V-103 and WAOK Car and Bike Show 10th Anniversary.

Check out our performance photos and videos after the break.

The 2013 V-103 and WAOK Car and Bike Show always brings an impressive display of cars and bikes. However, the artists who performed on the Chevy Music Stage were also quite impressive.

From the time the doors opened at the Car and Bike Show, a variety of music could be heard coming from the Chevy Music Stage. The area surrounding the Chevy Music Stage stayed packed with music enthusiasts who couldn’t wait to see their favorite artists perform.


Team Freddy O was on hand to see several performances:

Our girl Sevyn Streeter was in the building. Streeter started out her show with a lot of dancing, but slowed it down as she did a tribute to Aaliyah and performed the late singer’s popular song,  “Come Over”. Streeter got the crowd moving again with her performances of “I Like It” and her latest single “It Wont Stop”.



In between sets, we had breaks that included guest celebrity appearances from 92.9 The Game’s Kordell Stewart and Love and Hip Hop Atlanta’s Shay, Erica Dixon, Ariane, and Erica’s mother, Mignon. Shay and Erica were never on the stage at the same time though.

After the first break, the crowd went wild when Ace Hood came on stage to start his set. From the time Ace Hood was on stage, the crowd was dancing and rapping along to every word of Hood’s songs. Ace Hood started out his set performing “Welcome to the Hood” and continued with crowd favorites like “Go N Get It” and “Ride”. The crowd got “turnt up” when he performed “Hustle Hard”, “Bugatti” and “We Outchea”.


Young Dro started out the Hustle Gang set and kept the crowd hype with his performance of his popular song, “Shoulder Lean”. As Dro performed his classic song, “Ain’t I”, he brought out his friend and Hustle Gang CEO/Founder, rapper T.I. and the crowd went crazy! T.I. stayed on stage for the remainder of Dro’s set which ended with a performance of “I Don’t Trust That Chick”.


T.I. and Young Dro performing “Ain’t I” and “I Don’t Trust That Chick”

Fabulous was next up in lineup of performances on the Chevy Music Stage. He started his set with one of his most popular songs, “Breathe”. He also blessed the crowd with performances of  a remix of “Rack City”, “You Don’t Know Bout It”, and “Oh My”. Fabolous ended his set with “You Be Killin Em”.


Wale was the last performer seen by Team Freddy O. The crowd loved Wale and showed the DMV-based rapper love from the time he hit the stage. Wale started out his set with an abbreviated version of his radio hit, “LoveHate” that is featured on his forthcoming album, The Gifted, that will be released on June 25. Wale’s performance of “Lotus Flower Bomb” had the crowd singing and rapping along to the music. Wale continued his set by performing hits from his catalog of music that included: “My Chick Bad”, “Slight Work” and “No Hands”. The crowd went crazy when Wale came out into the audience to get closer to his fans.


Wale also brought out another crowd favorite, Travis Porter, who performed “The One Eye Kitten Song”  with Wale, in addition to their solo performance of their own popular song, “Make It Rain”.

It was during Travis Porter’s performance of “Make It Rain” that the 8-foot robot, Mr. Robotica, made his appearance by entering in on a motorcycle. The humongous, Transformer-like robot moved its way through the crowd and danced to Wale and Travis Porter’s songs as they performed on the Chevy Music Stage.



 Entrance of Mr. Robotica

Team Freddy O had a great time at the 2013 V-103 and WAOK Car and Bike Show 10th Anniversary! We especially enjoyed the musical performances from the Chevy Music Stage.

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