Darold D. Brown Ferguson Jr. His father, Darold Ferguson, owned a Harlem boutique and printed shirts and designed logos for record labels; including designing the Bad Boys records logo. Canadian hip-hop producer Murda Beatz went from teaching himself music programming to making beats for Gucci Mane and Drake.
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While the Skyway Theatre may not have been the venue at which fans would have expected him to perform, it turned out to be a good show, with great music. His relaxed vibe suggested he came there just to chill with everyone. He played a variety of his own produced tracks as well as radio hits. Bringing it home to the Minnesota crowd. He wore a patch-filled tan jumpsuit, which made him the true focal point of the stage. His stage presence and crowd interaction maintained the energy level from the previous sets and then some. He brought girls up on stage to dance, and between him and his DJ, they got the crowd engrossed in his performance. Ferg played almost the entirety of his album.
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Casey McCabe , Editor November 22, Ferg was also on time and appeared on stage promptly after Murda Beatz warmed the crowd up with a playlist of his hottest bangers. Ferg engaged the audience in powerful ways throughout his show by not only asking us what we wanted to hear, but also by inviting members of the audience, all girls, to dance with him on stage. MadeinTYO and Ferg went well together like peas and carrots as they both shared the spotlight and used their chemistry to amplify the show. Tokyo on the other hand mounted an amp on the left side of the stage and hyped the crowd up every time that he recited the hook to the song. Ferg and Tokyo have obviously spent a lot of time creating music and performing together as they played off each other well and transitioned seamlessly from one verse into the next. They also gave each other looks of encouragement during their joint set and clearly enjoyed performing together. Throughout the show Ferg and Tokyo made the audience feel like a part of the show as they interacted with us every step of the way. The duo also encouraged the crowd to mosh and would shout out members of the audience who they saw raging hard. Although Ferg and Tokyo are not my favorite artists, they undoubtedly put on one of the greatest performances I have ever seen as the energy and engagement with the audience was off the scale.