Mac Miller's Divine Feminine Tour in Raleigh
I don't think there could be a better way to close out this incredible year than to have Mac Miller and his Divine Feminine Tour for a SOLD OUT show at The Ritz. The PA rapper has been on tour, in support of his new album "The Divine Feminine," since mid-September. The new album debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200 and #1 on the R&B/Hip Hop charts, in the United States.
After a couple DJ sets to start the night off, the crowd was hyped and ready for the Fisherman himself. The brave souls at the front could barely contain their excitement, some even holding back tears.
The man of the night started out easy, keeping things pretty easy going, but for "100 Grandkids" he brought out Kenny DeÑunez; the mic stand got put up and the place started jumpin'. This was pretty much the vibe throughout the rest of the night.
Throughout this year, I've covered a few rap artists and have really grown to like attending/shooting these shows. The energy that's brought on stage is on another level and the crowds are always massive and wild. Mac Miller's presence is top notch and whether he is opening for huge names or headlining his own club shows, his performances prove why he is on another level.