While he might be 40 years old, Atlanta-born rapper 2 Chainz is still in the prime of his career after releasing his latest and most critically successful studio album "Pretty Girls Like Trap Music."
After embarking on his tour nearly two months ago, 2 Chainz delivered an energy-filled and hilariously entertaining show at The Ritz Wednesday night for one of his final shows of the tour.
The appeal of 2 Chainz has always been in his boisterous and larger than life persona, all of which were on display Wednesday.
Performing in front of a stage-sized pink trap house and wearing a sweater with the face of what could either been a tiger or bird, 2 Chainz brought the venue alive after a series of uninspiring opening acts, including an incredibly banal performance from Young Dolph.
The most defining aspect of the performance is what he was wheeled out on: a custom-made pink wheelchair from which he performed the entire concert. As he explained after his opening song, the rapper broke his leg mere weeks before the tour, but instead of canceling he chose to innovate and tour the country despite his inability to walk.