Chris Brown SA ‘X Tour’ ended with a Wiz.
One of the most anticipated Tour in South Africa, this year happened this weekend. Multi-platinum artist Chris Brown returned to South Africa for two concerts, One in Johannesburg and the other in Durban!
The Chris Brown X Tour Live in SA concerts is part of a world tour to celebrate the release of his sixth studio album entitled X. The album sees Breezy teaming up with some of today’s hottest artists in R& B, Hip-Hop and Pop, such as Usher, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross and Tyga. Regarding the new album, Brown has said, “I want everyone to take a journey with me through ‘X.’ We’re going to experience the highs and the lows, the love and the pain.”
The Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter kicked off his South African tour at the Coca-Cola Dome, Johannesburg on Thursday, 2 April 2015. Johannesburg fans came out to support breezy in their numbers and the hall was packed to the tip as a result of a sold out stage for the event.
However, fans at the Coca-Cola dome performance were disappointed, complaining about Breezy lip-synch and his unmerited performance, something less of what was expected for a pricey concert. Many of the Loyal supporters of Chris Brown went as far as on Social Media to mention their discontent at the performance delivered.
Here are the tweets that stand out the most:
Breezy’s fans who had already bought tickets for the Durban Experience were skeptical of the performance booked for the 4th at the Moses Mabida Stadium due to the tweets about breezy’s lip synch issues at coca cola dome. Breezy went on with his tour and gave a hit show to his fans at the Moses Mabida stadium.
Take You Down, was the hit maker for the first session of the show, as many of his female fans went crazy and screamed along to the music. Breezy, performed tracks from his X album and other hits from his previous albums.
August Alsina’s performance was also noted, fans had their notepads and cell phones up in the air to capture the moments of Chris Brown X Tour until the Wiz announcement that make the spectacle of the event came from Breezy about a Surprise guest.
Wizkid, a Superstar artist from Nigeria’s appearance and performance with Breezy became the highlight of the night, as they performed their collabo African Bad Girl for the first time on stage.
Lip-synching might have been an issue that many of the fans of breezy complained about at the Coca-Cola Dome performance. However, many of Chris Browns fans still believed they were given a performance of a lifetime.
Tweets range from 12,848 and more, considering the data fact #chrisbrownsatour made quite an impression and from what fans and critics had to say:
#chrisbrownsatour ended on a note, no one expected.
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