Chris Brown Concert: What Makes a Superstar Performance?

When does an act become a star? Is it the ability to entice another A-lister to share the spotlight with you? Is it the enormous size of the crowd, or the spectacular pyrotechnics and stage props?

What about an overwhelming number of successful works that have been listened to over a combined billion times? All of that was true during last weekend’s

“One of Them Ones” Tour stop in Tampa at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheater, where Lil Baby and Chris Brown performed.

The sold-out show was a spectacular extravaganza with Chris Brown, one of the most important R&B musicians of the previous decade and a half,

and Lil Baby, a 26-year-old rapper who has earned 14 platinum certifications for his work. Baby and Brown took turns, for a total of 140 minutes, delivering hit after smash and defining what it means to be a modern artist.

One of The Most Influential R&B Artists

As he emerged from the stage’s depths, Lil Baby launched into hits like “Baby,” “On Me,” “We Paid,” “U-Digg,” and “Drip Too Hard,” bringing the crowd to its feet with cameras ready.

After performing over a year ago at the old Gary, Lil Baby displayed his development as a live performer with careful and confident stage movement, allowing him to dominate the attention of the audience.

Lil Baby stepped aside to make way for Brown for an extravagant, jaw-dropping entrance ten songs into his set, after Brown’s five-time platinum hit “Close Friends.”

During the first of many mind-blowing moments throughout Brown’s sets, he was dramatically dropped into the stage with a screen depicting multiple Browns being lowered in unison.

With a cast of twelve dancers, he opened with “Forbidden,” then went into “Hit My Line,” Party,” and “Liquor” with deft choreography.

Brown appeared energized and was breaking moves left and right, so maybe the crowd wasn’t just there for the concert. Brown continued to promote his new album “Breezy” by playing tracks from it, such as “Pitch Black,” “Psychic,” and “Warm Embrace,” to the exclusion of his older stuff.

Brown’s songs and performances have always been what fans remember most, even with the cloud of scandal that has followed him.

The roaring acclaim that Brown receives whenever he plays his earlier successes like “Pills and Automobiles” and “Privacy” is a testament to the lasting impact his music has had over the previous decade.

Amid smoke and pyrotechnics, Lil Baby launched into his second set, performing hits including “Sum 2 Prove,” “In a Minute,” “Whoa,” and “Every Chance I Get.”

It was clear that the tempo needed to be picked up after Brown’s last set, and that’s exactly what Lil Baby delivered. To close with “Emotionally Scarred,” Lil Baby exclaimed, “Y’all are the best fans in the world!” As he left the stage, he said, “Thank you!” and then Chris Brown came out.

Bellows from the audience was as thunderous as they were motivating as Brown roared onto the stage and crammed in a couple more legendary tunes before letting them decide on his next song.

Brown played tunes like “Ain’t No Way,” “Loyal,” “Poppin,” and “No Guidance,” which took little to no effort on his part because the audience carried the songs for him.

Next, Brown had an area of the stage set aside for afro beats, and the crowd danced to songs like “Monalisa” and “Call Me Every Day,” providing a welcome diversion from his more typically R&B fare. When it came time for the closing number,

Brown gave the crowd everything he had left as he danced through a compilation of his hits “Iffy” and “Go Crazy” in perfect time with a transformer-type robot behind him, before strutting off stage and saying, “I love you Tampa!”

Chris Brown Concert

For the evening’s opening performance, Druski stepped in for Yung Bleu, much to the chagrin of the sold-out amphitheater audience.

Druski, a comedian known for his work on social media, provided the audience with a welcome diversion before the arrival of Lil Baby and Chris Brown. Druski knew how to engage a crowd and give everyone a good time as he pulled two female fans up to the platform to have a sing-off.For more news visit TheActiveNews.Com.

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