The KDAY Krush Groove 2011 concertgoers got their money’s worth Friday night. The event seemed more like a huge throwback house party, with all of the old-school artists performing some of the biggest hits of the ’90s. The low-riders on stage were the nostalgic icing on the cake. Rapper Suga Free, known for hais raunchy lyrics and supreme rapping speed, opened the show, hyping the crowd.

The energy lasted throughout the entire show, with other old-school heavy-hitters such as The Alkaholiks, 1st Generation, Digital Underground, Shock-G, Xzibit, surprise guest Warren G, and of course the headliner, Too Short, who caused the crowd to explode with excitement as they flowed along to all of his lyrics old and new.