Playboi Carti and Pi'erre Bourne are one of the hottest rapper-producer duos right now. Both artists split time between ATL and NYC, and both cities are represented in the songs they come up with together -- such as on "Magnolia," which is emerging as the biggest track off Carti's recent self-titled mixtape, mostly produced by Bourne. 

Last night, Carti held his first-ever headlining performance in NYC, and he brought out Bourne before dropping "Magnolia," which -- due to its hook ("In New York I Milly Rock, hide it in my sock...") -- is especially popular among New Yorkers. The crowd went nuts upon hearing "Yo Pi'erre, you wanna come out here?" which might be the hottest producer's tag since "If Young Metro don't trust you, I'm gon' shoot you." 

Maxo Kream, who opened the show, can also been seen turning up onstage. He would later join Carti to perform their 2015 collab "Fetti." 

Stream Playboi Carti here, and read our review of the mixtape here