Kelis live at Webster Hall

Posted by The G on August 6, 2010 under G Reviews | Read the First Comment

Photos by G.


Not many people can pull off the above outfit, but singer Kelis sure can!  As part of the All Hearts Tour featuring the Far East Movement, Dan Black and Robyn, Kelis played second to last and according2g, she might have stolen the show.  She performed for a little less than an hour and she played the songs in a non-stop megamix that took us on a journey that included old hits such as “Milkshake” and “Millionaire” to “Acapella,” one of her latest singles.  She also threw in snippets of classics such as Terence Trent D’arby’s “Sign Your Name,” Madonna’s “Holiday,” and “Baby I Got Your Money” by Ol’ Dirty Bastard.  She danced her ass off during each song and the crowd was so into every second of her performance, Webster Hall was literally shaking!  For the Prince freax reading, DJ Rashida was on stage during Kelis’ set, spinning and getting the crowd pumped.  I wasn’t expecting to like the show as much as I did, but I have to hand it to Kelis, she really worked it!


See more pictures of Kelis as well as the set list after the jump.

the always fabulous DJ Rashida Robinson

The Setlist for Kelis at Webster Hall on August 5, 2010. Now property of the G Archives.

The setlist was:

Intro / Emancipate / Scream / Bossy / Caught Out There / Young Fresh / Trilogy / Trick Me / Holiday (Madonna cover snippet) / Milkshake / Pon De Floor / 4th Of July / Lil Star / Brave / 22nd Century / Millionaire / Song 4 Baby / Home / Get Along With You DJ / Back To Life / Baby I Got Your Money (ODB cover) / Put Ur Hands Up / Acapella.

note: somewhere in there was “Sign Your Name” by Terence Trent D’arby.

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