Say aah

Trey gets intimate during his Dec. 20 performance. Photo by Leon Laing.

The Harrisburg area’s smaller urban music market can only attract B-list celebrities sometimes. But on Dec. 20, LeRon McCoy (LeSean’s brother) and Reggie Guy of Dream Catcher Entertainment came on stage and debunked the haters and naysayers. Dream Catcher did manage to bring two A-list acts to Harrisburg, they told the audience.

Destiny’s Child held the last large-venue concert in Central Pa. The show took place at Hershey’s Giant Center on August 7, 2005. Fab and Trey ended that four-year drought, giving fans an unforgettable night at the Farm Show Complex & Expo Center.

Fab and his collaborator Jigga both rep Brooklyn to the fullest, so it’s no surprise that Fab came on stage “wearing all black everything” like Jay. Loso’s crisp, wheat colored Timbs completed his outfit. He took fans down memory lane with joints such as 2001’s “Superwoman” by Lil’ Mo featuring Fab. He also catered to his new fans by performing current songs including the original and remixed versions of “Throw It in the Bag” and “Money Goes, Honey Stay (When the Money Goes remix).” The crowd went buck wild during Fab’s set for his explosive single “Make Me Better.” Loso isn’t a stranger to Central Pa.; he opened up for 50 Cent at the Giant Center on August 19, 2003.

A Dream Catcher employee told vigoronline.com that Trey wouldn’t come out until the stage smoke was turned off. The smoke would interfere with Trey’s singing voice, the employee added. He entered the stage clad in a plum colored ribbed sweater, black skinny jeans and plum colored kicks. Trey, an R. Kelly protégé, came out with a bang to “Panty Dropper.”  As a result, the screaming ladies in the front row almost tackled me to get to Trey, a debonair singer with dimples. He also performed “LOL,” “Successful,” “I Need a Girl,” and “Invented Sex,” all from 2009’s Ready album. His set for the banger “Can’t Help But Wait” was reminiscent of his cornrows days. Before the curtains were drawn, Fab returned to the stage to perform the collabo “Say Aah” with Trey. Trey capped the night off  by ripping off his black V-neck shirt, revealing his tatted up torso.

It was strictly a ladies night.

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3 Responses to “Say aah”


  1. 1 Gina December 29, 2009 at 1:28 am

    My question is to people come out for this event, tickets were pricey


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