After kicking off earlier this month, Pusha T's Darkest Before Dawn tour finally touched down in New York City at the Playstation Theater Saturday (March 26). Before King Push hit the stage, Tiara Thomas, Bia, Lil Bibby and G Herbo blessed the mic, warming up the crowd for the main event.

Tiara Thomas (known as the stirring voice on Wale's "Bad") kicked off the show with acoustic tunes and feel-good music. Boston MC Bia performed soon after and had the audience knocking to tracks like "Dirty, Dirty, Dirty" and "Gucci Comin Home." She accomplished her goal of getting the crowd hyped for the next two acts: Lil Bibby and G Herbo.

Once the Chicago natives hit the stage, fans' energy went from zero to 100 real quick. Smoke filled the theater, along with monstrous bass and the ladies screamed to get Bibby's attention.

They performed songs like their collabo hit, "Don't Worry," "Can't Trust a Soul" and "Ain't Heard About You (Kill Shit Pt. 2)." G Herbo was in tune with his supporters throughout the whole performance, reaching out to those in the crowd, giving daps and even jumping into the sea of fans. At one point Bibby and Herbo brought out 2 Milly to perform his hit "Milly Rock," further elevating the energy in the room. The Chiraq spitters closed out their performance with a thank you to New York City.

The final performance of the night commenced with more smoke filling the theater, in addition to glaring beams of colorful lights, as the audience waited for Pusha T. "We want Push, we want Push," the crowd cheered. Then it was finally time for King Push to grace the stage. The G.O.O.D. Music rapper opened his performance with the intro to his latest album, Darkest Before Dawn. He performed tracks likes "Untouchable," "Keep Dealing," "Retribution" and "F.I.F.A."

Pusha concluded the show by paying homage to his birthplace, the Bronx, with the Clipse classic, "Grindin'." In an exclusive interview with XXL in 2014, Pusha said, "I’m going for album of the year, man, that’s it; straight up." Judging by the screaming fans in the theater, hard-hitting punchlines in his music and hypnotizing beats, King Push has definitely come for the crown.

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