50 CENT CONCERT A SUCCESS
Thousands of hands in the air welcomed 50 Cent in Skopje. Last wednesday in the Boris Trajkovski hall the Macedonian youth was able to see a current world star for a change, instead of oldies who come to visit Macedonia at the end of their careers.
Because of the great atmosphere, Curtis Jackson aka 50 Cent and his G-unit stayed on the stage for two hours and ten minutes instead of the planned hour and a half.
Energy and support lead the rapper's performance that night and the crowd went the most when he started "In the club" and the most loud when he started "Ayo technology".
50 Cent and his G-unit changed clothes on the stage all the time, and they throwed their shirts at the spectators. Teenage girls tried to grab the shirts and when succeeding to do so, holding on it very tight and smell the scent of their favorite performer.
While 50 Cent was changing his outfit, Tony and Loyd from the G-Unit were smoking marihuana on stage. They enjoyed it very much with a Bob Marley song playing on the background.
"African-American culture is very close to the Macedonian. I felt the resemblance because of the reactions of the crowd and the great atmosphere they made", 50 Cent told the organisers, AVALON productions, who brought him to Macedonia.
In the two days he spend in Skopje, Curtis Jackson was very interested in the Macedonian history and he was looking for resemblance between Macedonian and African-American all the time. Along the river Vardar he continued his everyday habit and walked 16 kilometers. The guys at Avalon said, when he was jogging with a hat and track suit on, fans didnt recognize him and thus not coming close to him.
The 50 Cent concert was opened by Macedonian rapper, Toni Zen. He said that his dream came true that night.
MD: Nice, question now is, who will be the next star Avalon will bring to Macedonia?