King Push headlined New York City’s PlayStation Theater in the heart of Times Square--a show that has been sold out for months.  The Bronx-born, Virginia raised rapper took the stage with lit up crosses reading “Sin Will Find You Out” behind him onstage; if Pusha T’s music is considered sinfully good, then the sold out crowd in New York will all be found out.

He began his set with “Pain” and a cover of the Kanye West tracks “So Appalled” and “Runaway” as well as “New God Flow,” his collaboration with West and took it back to his Clipse days with “Grindin’.” Pusha T also performed notable originals “Numbers on the Boards,” “Blocka,” “Millions” and “Crutches, Crosses, Caskets.” Weed clouds filled PlayStation Theater throughout the night, as King Push and his fans sweated it out and everyone sang out loud during the encore; which included “Sunshine,” the Chief Keef cover of “I Don’t Like,” the fan favorite “Mercy” and a cover of Future’s “Move That Dope.”

G Herbo and Lil Bibby provided nonstop energy during their performance as they hit the stage beforehand.  The ladies heated things up, talented Latina rapper Bia performed earlier in the evening. She embodies confidence and attitude onstage while evidently showing that she has a lot of fun. Bia’s energy is dynamic and infectious and it would be no surprise if she was headlining PlayStation Theater soon enough. Multi-talented Tiara Thomas started off the night, her R&B and soulful vibes filled the venue not only is she a singer, songwriter but she also knows how to strum an acoustic guitar as she performed a unique rendition of Travis Scott’s “Antidote.”

Check out photos in our gallery above of Pusha T, G Herbo with Lil Bibby, Bia and Tiara Thomas performing in New York City!

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