The Black & White band known as The Neighbourhood took the stage to perform hits like “Sweater Weather” and “Afraid” to a lively Philly crowd. The NBHD’s singer Jesse Rutherford flexed his vocals to make the ladies scream per usual. Check the SHOTS:
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Luke James kicked off HP’s POWER UP event last night in the meatpacking district and represented himself well on his actual album release day as well. Check out a collection of SHOTS from the event:
With much anticipation, Atlanta up and comer Raury made his NYC debut at Webster Hall and gave an over capacity crowd a true rock experience. Check out my SHOTS:
Jermaine Cole took the stage of Made in America and, as always, tore the house down. I’ve seen Cole perform many a time, but this one was definitely something special as he took the stage of Jay Z’s festival. Click for some SHOTS:
The soul singer brought the vibes that the people needed in the middle of a hot Philadelphia day. Check out a few SHOTS from the show:
With a lineup full of youngsters, Big Daddy Kane was a little out of his element as he kicked some old school classics to the teen to college aged crowd. Regardless of the crowd, it was great to see Kane get some shine out in Philly and see a hip hop legend in the flesh....
Chromeo has been on a hot streak lately as one of THE go-to groups when it comes to tastemaker events and shows. At MIA, they proved that they can rock with just about any crowd. Check out some SHOTS from their set:
DJ Cassidy is the quintessential DJ you want if you’re trying to get the party started – and he has two great singles out right now (“Calling All Hearts” and “Make The World Go Round” off of his own album! Check out some SHOTS from his set at Made in America:
The Nashville duo known as Cherub brought their vibes to Philly and put on one heck of a show as one of the opening acts of Made in America. You’ll want to check out a few flicks from their set.
These are the people, sights and sounds that made up the Made in America Festival, including appearances from Travie from Gym Class Heroes, producer Elite and Dave-1 of Chromeo. Check the shots: