Fans party with Chris Brown and Rihanna
MANILA, Philippines – With the two of the hottest pop sensations performing in the year’s most-awaited back-to-back concert, there’s never a right time to say goodbye!
Under the fullness of the moon, Chris Brown and Rihanna drew in as many as 70,000 fans last November 16 to The Fort Open Field, Global City, in Taguig, for their first-ever Philippine concert.
From the moment Chris Brown took the center stage, to the time he bid the audience goodbye to give the floor to Rihanna, the audience were wild, feverishly singing their lungs out, dancing, jamming, and clapping their hands.
Brown opened the night with an assurance to his crowd that the night will be a sure “party” – and partying on a Sunday night has never been this fun!
His dance moves were consistently flawless and his own version of Michael Jackson’s Rock with You and Thriller was a bomb.
One fan even said: “He’s the contemporary Michael J,” referring to pop icon Michael Jackson.
Brown entertained the audience with hits such as Run It; Kiss, Kiss; Yo! (excuse me miss); There’s Never a Right to Say Goodbye; With You; No Air; and Forever.
The concert night was perfect, with nature and man seemed to have connived for the much-anticipated concert, which was unmarred by rain despite weeks of sporadic rainshowers that preceded the event.
The crowd control was also impressive. Despite the whooping number of fans, the security observed was remarkable. Continue reading “VIDEO: Chris Brown in Manila + Concert Reviews” »
There was an air of anticipation as thousands of Perth people eagerly awaited to get under Rihanna’s “umbrella” and “run it” with Chris Brown.
Being two of the hottest acts in music right now, it was no surprise to find yourself walking some distance from your car to the Burswood Dome last night, as cars were banked up all the way to the river. It struck me as somewhat peculiar, seeing as most of the thousands of adoring fans pouring into the dome didn’t really appear old enough to have a licence.
As Brown got on stage there was a stampede by teenage girls all vying for the best vantage point of the R‘n’B pin-up boy at seemingly any cost. The packed crowd hit fever pitch when he finally made it out onto the stage dressed in what looked like black combat fatigues and a harness.
Brown presented himself to be quite the polished performer, ripping through his hit songs with incredible confidence for such a young man, taking breaks only to showcase his amazing dancing abilities. This included a homage to Michael Jackson with Brown’s take on the Thriller dance and also a cover of the classic Rock With You. He had the crowd in the palm of his hand from the second he walked on till after he left and made way for the second act… Rihanna. Continue reading “Chris Brown & Rihanna Perth Concert Reviews” »
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