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article imageReview: Kanye West entertaining at Madison Square Garden in New York Special

By Markos Papadatos     Sep 6, 2016 in Music
New York - On Sept. 5, Grammy-winning global music star Kanye West performed at Madison Square Garden in New York, and he was on good behavior.
Most impressive was the fact that West came down from an elevated stage, where the stage was floating well over 10 feet from his audience, which was met with a raucous response, as fans were chanting "Yeezy." Backed by a three-piece band, West began his set showcasing his rap vocals on "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1" and immediately broke into "Pt. 2." The majority of the song he performed were from The Life of Pablo album, as well as his classic hits.
The three highlight songs of the evening were "Heartless," "All Day," where everybody was jumping along, and "Gold Digger." "Blood on the Leaves" ought to be commended for its soaring bass, and fun, sing-along tunes were "Power" and "Can't Tell Me Nothing," both of which preceded "Blood on the Leaves." West closed his show with "Fade" and "Ultralight Beam," as the floating stage was lowered, and his safety belt was unstrapped from him, as he walked in the venue's floor with his entourage.
The Verdict
Overall, Kanye West put on an entertaining and fun 90-minute set at Madison Square Garden in the heart of New York City. He knew how to sustain's the crowd's attention. The production of his show in itself was quite spectacular, with the best lighting available, and it felt more like one giant party. His music was eclectic yet unfiltered, and his live concert at Madison Square Garden garnered 3.5 out of five stars.
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