Two days ago, I attended a Mike Posner and Big Sean Concert at SOB's in New York City. It was incredible! The concert opened my eyes to the real talent both Mike Posner and Big Sean possess. Posner created new beats on the spot that matched his songs and his singing was impeccable. Compared to his recorded songs, the same songs he performed in concert were much better! He extended songs with new beats and by playing around with the choruses while still managing to entertain the audience at the highest level. Also, Posner got the crowd into it as he, unlike all the opening acts, had everyone clapping their hands and he even made everyone throw their f***** brains in the air! As Posner hopped around from the beat maker to the piano to the front of the stage, we all stood mesmerized by his greatness. Watch his videos below and see for yourself what you missed live!

Big Sean too was breathtaking on stage. He interacted with the audience and brought the crowd too life. Big Sean's band Finally Famous performed a few songs with him and it was nothing short of greatness. The combination of rock n roll with rap was perfect for the show. A musical friend of mine that attended the concert said the drummer was really good and his drumming freestyle stood out amongst the band members. Also, Big Sean's voice was easily heard over the band and this allowed for people to actually hear his lyrics and understand his background and lifestyle. Big Sean raps from the heart and this was exposed live in concert.

Here are some clips of the performances that took place at SOB's that night.

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Club said... @ September 24, 2009 at 6:25 AM

"screaming" good lord i watched them perform today ,thx for the videos.

make a song said... @ April 19, 2011 at 1:24 AM

I never thought that there are singers that sings much better live than the recorded one. I bet you enjoyed a lot.

Bradley Spalter said... @ September 30, 2011 at 9:43 AM

Amazing how this two makes a good combination. Really rocks!

hp 60 ink said... @ February 12, 2012 at 11:07 AM

Great album and great music, as always. I always print out their music whenever I they have a new one.

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