Post Malone partied like a rock star at Xcel Energy Center

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Post Malone partied like a rock star at Xcel Energy Center
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Post Malone at Xcel Energy Center (photo credit: Nagashia Jackson)

Post Malone partied like a rock star at Xcel Energy Center
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Post Malone at Xcel Energy Center (photo credit: Nagashia Jackson)

Post Malone partied like a rock star at Xcel Energy Center
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Post Malone at Xcel Energy Center (photo credit: Nagashia Jackson)

Post Malone partied like a rock star at Xcel Energy Center
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Post Malone at Xcel Energy Center (photo credit: Nagashia Jackson)

Post Malone partied like a rock star at Xcel Energy Center
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Post Malone at Xcel Energy Center (photo credit: Nagashia Jackson)

Fans were thrilled and excited about the Post Malone Runaway tour, which made a stop in Minnesota at the Xcel Energy Center for two sold-out shows on Thursday, Sept. 26 and Friday, Sept. 27, 2019.

DJ Enice warmed the crowd up with classic to current hip-hop hits. Tyla Yaweh, a newcomer to the industry who was signed by Malone, gave the fans a very intense and personal experience. As he performed his hit song “Drugs and Pain” he entered into the audience and began running throughout the arena rocking out with fans. He also paid tribute to XXXTentacion and during “She Bad” showed off his Michael Jackson moves.

Swae Lee ran onstage to ladies screaming very loudly. He opened his set with “Sway and “Complicated,” and jumped over a barricade to shake hands and hug the ladies.

Malone entered the stage rapping the title track from his new album, Hollywood’s Bleeding which has been No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album charts for three weeks. As he began to rap “Better Now” he forgot some of the lyrics, so like the pro he is, he simply started over. “Saint Tropez” seemed to be a fan favorite as the audience roared when the beat dropped. Malone said, “My name is Austin Richard Post and I’ve come to play some s—-y music for y’all.” The audience did not care as they jumped and yelled song after song.

This is a show that you do not want to miss. It’s an all-star performance from the beginning until the end.

 

Nagashia Jackson

NAGASHIA JACKSON IS AN PHOTOGRAHER AND JOURNALIST WHO CURRENTLY SERVES AS PHOTOJOURNALIST FOR ROLLING OUT MAGAZINE. FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER @LAVONNEJACKSON AND INSTAGRAM @NAGASHIA_PHOTOGRAPHY.





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