Everyday he lit

PnB Rock. Photo by Leon Laing.

With PnB Rock’s concert being held on a holiday, school was closed, giving fans ample time to prepare for the event. On Oct. 9, Christopher Columbus Day Christopher Wallace Day, PnB performed at Chameleon Club, a Lancaster-based venue that was jam-packed with concertgoers.

PnB, born Rakim Allen, was named after the legendary Rakim, a rapper who performed in Harrisburg years ago. Like Meek Mill, Lil Uzi Vert and Matt Ox, PnB represents a new generation of Philadelphia-based artists.

On a dimly lit stage, PnB performed “No Time,” “Unforgettable (Freestyle)” and “Everyday We Lit,” to name a few songs. At the end of  the show, the DJ threw on some hit songs by other new rappers. PnB, a 2017 XXL magazine freshman, danced to joints such as Tay-K’s “The Race” and Lil Pump’s “Gucci Gang.” This marks the second time we reviewed a PnB concert in Central Pennsylvania. Two years ago, we covered him in Harrisburg.

York-based singer Nakuu was one of the opening acts on Oct. 9. The August Alsina protégé sang songs such as “One Night Stand.” Pedro Pesos, Rico Morel and Krazy Moe also opened up for PnB.

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