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Masego’s Unique Aura and “Trap House Jazz” Fill the Room at Philadelphia Concert

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Masego took stage in Philadelphia on April 4th at The Fillmore. He gave a soulful, energetic performance that had the crowd grooving all night long.

Masego, who’s real name is Micah Davis, really knows how to magnify his talents to fill the room with everlasting energy. Davis is equally impressive when he sings and plays the saxophone, but what had me the most entertained was his ability to create his own aura.

Masego within his first song of the night was able to not only have the crowd going ballistic in awe over him, but also managed to have the crowd’s energy magnify his. When he was dancing, the crowd was dancing. When he was smiling, the crowd was smiling. It was such a unique experience to have the artist and the crowd communicate for the entirety of the show.

If the atmosphere wasn’t enough, the sound that filled the room was nothing short of a unique take on jazz. Masego’s take on his music is “trap house jazz.” It definitely provides a flavorful sound with focus on his saxophone. Masego is definitely an artist worth checking out.

His new self-title album was just released in early March of this year, and definitely should be added to your list of “must listen.” Be prepared to be taken on a trip of soulful bliss.

Show Date: 04.04.23 | Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore | Masego’s Unique Aura Philadelphia

Alicia Beyer
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Hello friends, my name is Alicia and I’m a concert photographer located in Philadelphia. I love capturing the spiritual experience live music creates! Catch ya in the pit!

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