As Gunna performed on Saturday night in New York City for the first time since being sprung out of prison in December, the city was electrified. He had a plea agreement at the time in his YSL RICO case.
Gunna’s New York City concert consequently took place inside the Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. The Atlanta rapper delivered a number of his timeless singles, including the recently released “Fukumean” single, which was the summer’s most streamed song. It is currently at 10th on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It most recently peaked at number four.
Additionally, Gunna’s concert in New York City follows the release of his album “A Gift & A Curse” in June. The Fukumean record was included in that project, along with a total of 16 tracks. Gunna’s “Bread & Butter” served as the album’s lead single, and A Gift & A Curse eventually debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 chart.
In addition to his concert in New York City, Gunna will soon be in Los Angeles. On September 28, this will happen inside the YouTube Theater. That is situated in the Inglewood city.
Check out a closer look at Gunna’s performance inside Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Saturday night, below.
Gunna performing tonight in Brooklyn at his first show since being released from jailpic.twitter.com/TIK8jGIKDx
— Rap Hub (@RapHubDaily) September 10, 2023
Gunna performing “F*kumean” for the first time tonight in Brooklyn. 🗣️pic.twitter.com/g8rErQrc87
— XXL Magazine (@XXL) September 10, 2023
Gunna concert in Brooklyn tonight
Real Life > The Internet pic.twitter.com/QvVmKZmSLv
— The Hood Therapist (@OhhMar24) September 10, 2023
Gunna showing love to Young Thug tonight in Brooklynpic.twitter.com/B6XZUlT9dW
— Plug 🔌 (@RappersPlug) September 10, 2023
Gunna performs in NYC in first concert since release from jail