22-City NuSoul Revival Tour Blasts through Charlotte,NC before making its way to Norfolk, VA
The 22-city NuSoul Revival Tour featuring, 11-time Grammy nominated, Musiq Soulchild; Platinum-selling artist, Lyfe Jennings; Grammy nominated, Kindred the Family Soul; and Grammy nominated, Foreign Exchange, bolted through Charlotte, NC on February 24, 2017 with nocturnal sexiness...
The songs were loads of sultry with ambiguous suggestions reminiscent to the early 90's smooth grooves that bumped through the speakers real heavy during the quiet storm era (Charlotte folks know what I'm talking about).
The soulful reverberations halted all bad vibes at the start of the show because music sooths the soul like steeping tea with honey and cinnamon extracts.
It’s that dang’on potent and fulfilling—[music is] easily considered a natural stimulate.
The triggering enhancement was definitely needed... just to let you (readers) know about the soulful and expressive turn-up just in case you missed it.
Stanford “MC" Lightfoot dole out the funnies—from his Duck walk to his good old antagonistic humor, even the part about lace front weave(checks wig to make sure mines is in place).
Foreign Exchange not only sang with a million and one expressives, but Phonte brought the real-- the savage inbetween numbers.
Loved his explicity-- Aye, forget about that chick in your DM, Phonte! INterrupted loved your spirit!
Kindred The Family Soul took it back to the funky and upbeat pelts. Their remarkable chemistry and saucy lyrics proved one solid factor for sure--business is better when shared with the person you love.
We felt the romance drifting from the stage-- eeerybody got a whif of the couples analgesic effects(love drug).
You gave us #baegoals, Fatin Dantzler and Aja Graydon.
Lyfe Jennings did what he does-- blessed the stage with gritty and mesmerizing vocals from tunes past and present.
He gifted us with an unforgettable balkad twice-- yes, it was that phenomenal.
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Musiq Soulchild headed the tour, which he released his seventh studio album, to the masses, "Life on Earth, in addition to his brazing classics that caught our (music lovers) attention in the first place.
Musiq sang his single "I Do," which he actually performed at the Love Jones musical, which opened at the Ovens Auditorium in #2016.
Although attendees straggled in up til the last act, it really didn't matter-- the people caught a phenomenal performance regardless, because NSRT put on for the city of Charlotte.
This was the celebration before the CIAA mashup.
The show was a whirlwind of success filled with nostalgic undertones and melodic Rhythm & Blues. Although the tour is set to hit Norfolk, VA, tonight, we're certain that the seasoned performers are gonna set the stage on fire!
Thanks for visiting the QC, NuSoul Revival Tour!
We really enjoyed you!
Next stop after VA:
Atlanta-Fox Theater March 10
Petersburg- VSU March -11