Pusha T Brings His New God Flow to NYC’s Irving Plaza For the DAYTONA Tour

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For the second night in a row, Pusha T took up residence at New York City’s Irving Plaza Monday (Nov. 26) to close out the second leg of The DAYTONA Tour.

After canceling a number of dates on the first leg this past summer, Pusha made up for the inconvenience with a 14-show trek across the country. Following an excellent outing the night before, fans were expecting another amazing showing on Monday, and Pusha did not disappoint.

The show got off to a great start with an opening set by newcomer Bernard Jabs. The 17-year old rapper out of Tifton, Georgia, served the audience a taste of his musical abilities with charismatic performances of β€œMove the Same” and β€œEnd Goal.” The young MC took some time during his set to have fun with the New York audience by engaging in a β€œYerr” call and response chant. Jabs continued to bask in the New York vibes by bringing out Brooklyn native and GS9 affiliate Fetty Luciano on stage for a performance of his heat-seeking single β€œOn the Wall.”

The alt-R&B quintet Phony Ppl took the stage shortly after to hit the audience with some neo-soul vibes. The group jammed through a list of their eclectic songs including tracks off their newly released album mō’zā-ik. Gushing vocals and funk-laced rhythms filled the spaces of Irving Plaza as β€œBefore You Get a Boyfriend” and β€œMove Her Mind” had the audience moving along to the lush beats. [Read MoreΒ Billboard News]


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