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Leslie warmed the crowd up with his energetic set featuring new music plus the his singles 'Addicted' and 'How It Was Supposed to Be,' off his 2009 self-titled debut. The lively entertainer pulled double duty showcasing his instrumental skills by playing the keyboards during his performance.
Fab who closed out the show took the stage to drop a bevy of music including his first single 'Can't Deny It,' and other hits like 'So Into You' and 'Body Ya,' off his recent 'There's No Competition 2: The Funeral Service' mixtape, which will hit stores as an EP later this year. Before leaving the stage, the Brooklyn emcee called Leslie up to perform their song 'Everything, Everyday, Everywhere' and hinted at getting back in the studio together. "If ya'll wanna hear more music from me and Ryan Leslie, make some noise," he instructed the crowd. "We got more music on the way."
Other celebs who attended the California tour stop included Kanye West's ex-girlfriend Amber Rose and actor Dulé Hill. The Heineken Inspire tour kicked off back in May in Miami, also making stops in Chicago and New York City.