Beloved and phenominal St. Louis hip-hop artist Bo Dean, brought “FroNation” to Blueberry Hill this past Friday night for a riviting performance.
“Positive vibes and good energy”, was the veteran rapper’s response when asked about the night. “They came out, bought merch, and had good energy“.
The show was a fortifying performance for the St. Louis native. Decked in his signature brand gear, Bo Dean exemplified the artist and activist his fans have come to know and love.
Bo Dean, with gleeful bravado, wore a “Fronited we stand, divided we fall” t-shirt, “Fronation” pants, Michael Jackson glove(signaling he’s the greatest), and all-white Nike Air Force 1 shoes. All his custom gear designed by Bria Kelly.
On a night where rap artist Young Jeezy was performing, St Louis underground converged at Bo Dean‘s performance. Not only a testament to Bo Dean‘s talent, but a testament to the strength of the St. Louis underground community.
Performing with a full band, Poetiq and the Poets, Bo Dean walked on stage to embracive cheers from the crowd. Shortly after his introduction to the stage, he invited the crowd to join him in saying “F@*k Cancer!“. Referring to the recent lost of his father to the disease. Then went into his song titled “F@#k’em“.
During his forty-five minute performance, Bo Dean offered his brand of soulful, up-lifting vibes, that connects social issues of today with those of the past. Bo Dean also displayed lyrical supremacy with some good old-fashion bars(rap lyrics).
He performed songs from his latest album “Fromerica”, such as “I Think I Lover Her”, “All My” and “Mental Vacay”. He also performed classic songs from his Bovember 3 project such as “Drop” and the fan favorite “Chi Chi“.
The evening preceded with all around great performances from everyone who stepped foot on the stage. Bo Dean‘s upcoming project Froppreciation is set to release in early Fall 2017.0