By: Mira Kelley
Blogger - Aspiring Photographer/Writer/Creative Director/Entrepreneur - Social and Legal Enthusiast
Last night I found out quickly just how much the nation's capital knows how to party! Chris Brown along with opening acts DC Young Fly, Casanova, Kap G, O.T. Genasis and Fabolous blew the roof off the Verizon Center during The Party Tour! **video footage below**
Kap G, que pasa? The 22-year-old mexican-american rapper from College Park (ATL), Georgia took the stage with the swagger of a musical veteran and a charm that made all of the ladies grin. Kap G performed his hit song "Girlfriend". Be sure to check out his newest project Supa Jefe!
O.T. Genasis, born June 18, 1987, is not to be slept on...EVER! I am now a huge fan of this man. From "Cut It" to "Push It" and my new favorite song "Thick" he played hit after hit and not only can he rap but he can dance, too. O.T. Genasis definitely knew how to keep the crowd turnt!
The legendary Fabolous stepped on stage (just as fly as always) giving the audience nothing but good vibes from his early hit singles "I'm So Into" and "You Make Me Better" all the way to some of his newer songs like "Lituation".
Suspended in the air, wearing all orange, Chris Brown ended all of our anticipation and made his grand entrance! Might I also say that during the whole performance I saw this soft, sexy and fun loving man, definitely not the monster media makes him out to be. Breezy's riveting voice/dance moves, captivating dancers and excellent musicians/DJ made it impossible for you to look away from the stage! The atmosphere was electric. The singer started the show with an introduction from DJ Khaled and opened with "Wrist". Breezy also went through his first album hits "Yo" and "Poppin". Also on the list were "Deuces", "Take You Down" (with the most amazing female guitarist I've ever seen or heard), "Privacy", "Drunk Texting" and "Liquor" just to name a few. Chris Brown is the epitome of an artist and performer! If you haven't already make sure to go and see a show coming to a city near you (remaining dates listed below).
28-Apr – Allstate Arena – Rosemont, IL
29-Apr – Schottenstein Center – Columbus, OH
30-Apr – Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, TN
2-May – Philips Arena – Atlanta, GA
4-May – Toyota Center – Houston, TX
6-May – American Airlines Center – Dallas, TX
8-May – Pepsi Center – Denver, CO
10-May – Moda Center – Portland, OR
11-May – KeyArena – Seattle, WA
13-May – Golden1 Center – Sacramento, CA
15-May – Talking Stick Resort Arena – Phoenix, AZ
16-May – Honda Center – Anaheim, CA
18-May – SAP Center – San Jose, CA
19-May – Viejas Arena @ Aztec Bowl – San Diego, CA
20-May – MGM Grand Garden Arena – Las Vegas, NV
23-May – The Forum – Los Angeles, CA