Sam Concepcion's major concert "No Limitations" was a kind of concert that everyone would enjoy even without the company of anyone. You can occupy a seat on the balcony side all by yourself without getting bored at all. The sold-out concert was held last Saturday, March 15, at the Music Museum.
The moment Sam Concepcion went onstage performing his carrier single "No Limitations," from the album "Infinite," every corner of Music Museum shook. Sam rocked it!
Sam's K-pop-like ensemble without the eyeliner and obnoxious hair-color is very pleasing to the eyes, and for a viewer who abhors pastels, it was nice to see a young artist wearing an all-black outfit.
He also sang some of his recorded songs such as "Rescue You," " "Di Ka Nag-iisa," "She Drives Me Crazy," "Mahal na Mahal," "Panalangin," and "Kontrabida."
He performed all of it while dancing, grooving, and moving around the stage. Surprisingly, there wasn't any panting registered in the audio. How did he do that?
He also rapped and sang OPM songs too. He performed an Eraserheads medley with so much ease, which delighted the audience.
His Michael Jackson medley brought the house down, which made people realize that Sam is the only one in his generation who can pull that number off. It was thrilling to hear "Dati" live as he sang it with Tippy Dos Santos!
His rendition of "Say Something" with KZ Tandigan was very flawless, sentimental.
The crowd giggled like highschool students when Sam went to his rumored girlfriend Jasmine Curtis. You could see in Jasmine's face how flattered she was. You know, you have Sam Concepcion, the super talented, versatile artist, for a boyfriend and he was serenading you for all the world to see. Jasmine's reaction was totally normal.
It was also happy to experience the power of the SAMSTERS, fans of Sam who made the whole event lively by screaming "I love you Sam" and other terms of endearments throughout the whole occasion.
For someone who rarely attends live concert, and who almost fell asleep watching the previous concert she attended years ago, it was refreshing to watch the upbeat, energy-filled concert of Sam.
At the end of the show, Sam sustained the same level of energy he had when he entered the stage. He was so good you'd wish Sam gets all the project and exposure that he deserves. After all, he is really one of the country's underrated artists.
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