Review and photos by Brandon Artis.
Post Malone brought pure energy to his sold out, all-ages show on Sunday evening at The Vogue Theatre.
Having support by Toronto’s beloved Jazz Cartier and San Frans Larry June, the line-up was nothing short of entertaining from start to finish. Malone, the 21-year-old Austin Texas raised rapper, started the show walking out to the intro of his massive hit “White Iverson,” giving respect and condolences to passed away hip-hop heavyweights Bankroll Fresh and ASAP Yams, pouring out some of his beer into the pit as fans screamed in excitement for his set to begin.
Rapping his way through hits like “Too Young,” “Go Flex” and “What’s up,” he showed appreciation for his fans throughout every song, shaking hands, smiling, and being all-around stoked on his atmosphere.
Post has proved he’s here to stay. In an era of disposable hip-hop, he isn’t leaving anytime soon – the future is bright.