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TOPIC: Kanye West Concert

Kanye West Concert 03 Nov 2016 19:49 #10797

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On Wednesday night, I attended Kanye West's concert Saint Pablo. I had been hearing multiple ads, lot of pictures that my friends posted, and being talked about all over the media. I did not think much of his concert, but after seeing how exciting it looked, I bought a ticket for it. Although I think Kanye can be a jerk most times, I do appreciate who he is as an artist and all the creativity he puts into his music. It's obvious how much time and effort he spends in making sure his music and performances are perfect for the public to see. I'm sure it's frustrating for an artist to have a picture in mind on how they want to go about presenting their music, but others might not agree, which is why Kanye has had multiple tantrums throughout his career.

The concert was pretty extraordinary. The music was so loud I could feel it vibrating through me. The energy in the stadium was so exciting and uplifting, and it must be a pretty remarkable thing for an artist to perform at a concert and have the entire crowd singing every single word and song along. The crowd knew every word and the exact notes to hit at the right times. People were jumping up and down and waving their arms around. Kanye's fans really look up to him and you can see the appreciation for his music.

The vibe at concerts like this is always a good time. This past week, I saw my friends post pictures left and right of Kanye's concert, which made me want to go. My only complaint is that he went through all the songs pretty fast, it almost looked like he wanted to be out of there as quick as possible. The concert started at 8, and he did not have an opening act, so we all had to sit there until 9:30 when he finally came out. It ended around 10:50, so it was a pretty short concert, but also very exciting.
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