Live Reviews

P.O.S. – Live

Banquet Records

With Never Better, P.O.S. has recently one of, if not the, album of the year. The rapper came over to the UK to support Bouncing Souls earlier this and converted many punks to the ways of hip hop with his passionate yet fun-loving delivery.

This time around Stefon Alexander is supporting the Kings Blues on their upcoming tour but took time out to head to Banquet Records in Kingston for an intimate in-store.

With a line stretching right down the road in anticipation, P.O.S. and his DJ, fellow Doomtree member Paper Tiger, proceeded to get the crowd waving arms, singing choruses and smiling. The rapper, who stood on a chair throughout so he could see his audience, ripped through the bangers from the new record including Purexed, Low Light Low Life [produced by Paper] and Graves [We Wrote The Book] with the old golden oldie thrown in for good measure [Yeah Right [Science Science] will never, ever get tired], before finishing off with the unrelenting Drumroll [We’re All Thirsty].

The 20 minute set was over all too quickly but the banter and interaction both during and after the set made it all the more enjoyable. King Blues fans better get ready for something special.