Offset and Friends Smoke Out Fillmore Detroit with Epic Bars

Offset, Skilla Baby, SleazyWorld Go, and more dominated the Fillmore Detroit stage on March 19, and I daresay they went harder than some of the Rock shows I’ve seen as of late.





SleazyWorld Go was born in Grand Rapids, but hails from Missouri. His accolades include charting on the Billboard Top 100, along with collaborating on a remix with Lil’ Baby and his own track with a feature from Polo G. He threw down his best bars to get the crowd hype and warm them up for Skilla Baby.





Skilla Baby got the hometown treatment in Detroit. Fans had their phones up the entire show to catch clips for their social media, including a moment in which he interluded his set with a sing-along to Nate Ruess’ Fun. track “We Are Young” from 2012. He also performed fan favs like “Icky Vicky Vibes” and crowd surfed his way into the audience for an epic set of visuals and getting himself closer to his fans.






And then, the main event! Offset came stacked with backup dancers, a live band, and more to bring together the full experience of his ‘Set It Off’ Tour.


He kicked off the set with “SAY MY GRACE,” “FAN,” AND “BROAD DAY” and the show was broken down into “acts.” He packed in some of his best work on both solos, features, and of course, he shut down the show with “Bad and Boujee,” reminding the fans of where he came from.


Check out the full setlist here, and feel free to add this playlist to your Spotify account so you can relive the moments!


Ami Nicole is a Concert + Festival Photographer and Music Journalist who has covered multiple artists of all genres in digital media and in Radio to 60+ stations across the U.S. Some of the acts she's photographed include The Smashing Pumpkins, My Chemical Romance, Billie Eilish, Snoop Dogg, Bring Me The Horizon, Shinedown, and more. See her full portfolio on

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