TEMILONDON | A Night with the Compozers 3



Hi Guys, Happy New Year. Hope New Year has been good to you. I know, I know (Really Temi you have not posted since 2014 and you want to be saying Hi Guys).
Hi Guys, Happy New Year. Hope New Year has been good to you. I know, I know (Really Temi you have not posted since 2014 and you want to be saying Hi Guys) Please be easy on me LOL. My apologies but I'm back - like a heart attack God Forbid.

I went to A Night with the Compozers 3 in January and I must say I was more than impressed talk about Turn Up, Down, Left and Horizontally.
I was not able to attend the Compozers show last year so when I saw they were having a show this year I got a ticket ASAP (No Rocky).
This was the bands third instalment of 'A Night with the Compozers and Friends'. The Compozers, who are part of Decadence Entertainment are a London Based Musical Collective consisting of 4 members. The band just recently headlined their first West African tour. They've also played at huge festivals such as Wireless Festival and V Festival.

The show started on time which is very important to me. If it says the show starts at 9pm I should be singing and dancing by 9.09pm. There were live performances by Mista Silva, Rebecca Garton and more. They also included a Michael Jackson segment. (RIP to the Great MJ).
One thing that blew my mind with the show was the stage production, the lights especially. The co-ordination of the lights and the music was a sight to see. I honestly felt like I was at a concert of a well established and loved artist. The reception the band received was nothing but love as they had the crowd moving for 2 hours straight. 

My favourite part of the night was the set with the 3 girls singing Beyonce Dangerously in love. I absolutely love that song and those girls could really sing. In that moment I felt as though I was at Beyonces I AM world tour watching The Mamas sing live. It was that good!

Even when the show came to an end I looked to the side and asked my girl if it was over because I was definitely ready for more.

My favourite covers were 'Drake - Hotline Bling' 'Sisqo - Thong Song' and 'Tion Wayne - Can't Go Broke'.

The night was pretty much a celebration showcasing a plethora of talents from the UK. The band had a huge crowd on their feet for hours whilst they provided great music and good vibes.


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