Hard Rock Café on the Strip, Aug. 20

Throughout his high-energy show, the 21-year-old Californian rapper would often point the microphone into the diverse audience who faithfully sang along to every tune. Representing his Young Money Entertainment family, Tyga performed classic collaborations such as “Roger That” and “BedRock,” in which he involved the crowd by bringing numerous girls onstage to dance. Later, Tyga instructed everybody to put their deuces in the air, leading into the critically acclaimed “Deuces,” one of the most popular songs of 2010. If you missed his show, catch his highly anticipated sophomore album, Careless World, which will be released in November.

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