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Concert Review: Rae Sremmurd Live

I must admit, I didn’t have high hopes for the show. It wasn’t hyped up that much and I thought with everything that’s happened over the Xmas and New Year period, ticket sales might not have been great. I was wrong. Sorta ya kicked off the night. I never really get my hopes up about

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Concert Review: Wu-Tang Clan Live In Auckland

On Friday night swarms of people made their way out to Trust Arena in West Auckland to witness what would be one of the biggest hip-hop events in Auckland. Wu-Tang Clan, 8 of 9 original members, took the stage. Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s (RIP) parts were done by his firstborn son Young Dirty Bastard. Though some

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Concert Review: SCARLXRD Live In Auckland

When I arrived to The Powerstation I didn’t know what to expect. How many people knew who he was? Will many people come out on a Wednesday night for this? Well I soon got my answer. I arrived about 20 minutes before Scarlxrd was due to take the stage. Scarlxrd’s own DJ/Hype Man Jacky P

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Concert Review: Listen In

I feel like there’s not too much you could write about Listen In. But let me describe the atmosphere for you, because THAT was something. Being an all ages crowd, it was going to be interesting from the start. The crowd started off pretty small at first. I would say the range seemed to go

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Concert Review: Jhene Aiko

Jhene Aiko finally graced our presence in Auckland last night, as part of her T R I P tour. Kicking off the night was local lady of soul, Ladi6. Due to scheduling conflicts I only caught the end of her set, but that was enough for me to grasp the experience I think. There wasn’t

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CONCERT REVIEW: Majid Jordan

As I arrived to The Powerstation there was a little queue that had formed just as the doors were opening. I noticed a handful of people rush to the barrier, clearly wanting to be at the front. DJ I.E. took the stage to get the crowd amped for Majid Jordan. Sadly if anything, he just

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Concert Review: Lil Dicky

Last night Lil Dicky put on one hell of a show. I don’t even think you could generalise it. It was like a game show mixed with a comedy show and a gig. He definitely knows how to work who he is. It’s a cold night in Auckland yet there’s a decent crowd already inside

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