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Night Lovell, Haarper & Germ – The Brooklyn Bowl – Philadelphia (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)




Night Lovell, Haarper & Germ – The Brooklyn Bowl – Philadelphia, PA – March 1, 2024


This was Night Lovell’s first headlining tour and the event brought together artists known for their contributions to underground hip-hop, dark trap, and various other subgenres. This was a unique lineup created for fans who love and enjoy the darker side of rap.


Night Lovell, mostly recognized for his deep voice and dark atmospheric production, headlined the event. His music is usually characterized by dark rap and obtained a massive following due to his blend of lyrical depth and haunting sounds. His performance was overall electric and had the crowd going wild. He played new songs off his most recent album as well as performing some of his hits with the Suicideboys and $not.



Haarper, known for his dark trap-style music was the second opener of the night. He had a very unique way of controlling the crowd… trolling would be the best way to describe it. He was just having some fun with the crowd, and they seemed to enjoy it. He also performed his most listened-to songs, and everyone enjoyed him and his energy.



Germ was the opener. He is mostly known for his punk rap style, and he was super popular with the crowd. Germ performed pretty much all of his hits along with his songs with the Suicideboys. He even played a couple of newer songs as well. 



The performances from all three artists were amazing and they did not disappoint. The crowd was electric the entire night and the artists performed with a lot of energy. At the end of the show, Haarper and Germ ended up meeting some of the fans that were waiting for them and signed a couple of things along with taking some pictures.


Joshua Kanner


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