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Pusha T – Live in London – Review

Eventim Apollo was lit with energy on a Tuesday night when Pusha T arrived to play his long awaited It’s Almost Day tour stop in London. Following two postponements fans were able to witness his deliver a highly energetic performance which made it more than worth the wait.

Taking the stage for a somewhat marathon of back-to-back performance from everything from his latest material to his deep cuts that true fans would appreciated, there was only few moments he took to pause before going into a string of songs. 



Having never experienced Pusha live I was not quite sure what to experience and was surprised about how he was able to keep the energy going from song to song. His opening track run went from Laugh as the opening number before going through Smokers, BrambletonJust So You Remember and Hear Me Clearly. Before he actually took a moment to welcome the crowd to the show.

Pusha has established a successful solo career ever since the disbandment of his duo group Clipse with his brother. Ever the release of his debut mixtape Fear of God all the way to his following four studio albums, each of which have continued to display Pusha’s diverse range of sounds and beats whilst still displaying his signature flow.



Such was evident on the stage as Pusha performed fan favourites from his catalogue, moments of which included If You Know You KnowDiet CokeOpen Air and of course his feature favourites MercyRunway and the ode to the Clipse legacy Grindin’. The crowd put in their time in keeping up with his flows and matching the energy over the course of the two hour show. 

Overall the show was a celebration of his legacy and was evident of the journey that Pusha has been throughout his career coming from the beaches of West Virginia all way the way to stages of London. 



Words by Seneo Mwamba 


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