Black Sherif puts up impressive performance at Palladium Times Square in New York

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Days after his heroics at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs) where he clinched the topmost award-the Artiste of the Year Award, Black Sherif performed at the famous Palladium Times Square in New York.

The rapper and singer dished out back-to-back songs from his rich catalogue and the equally receptive crowd grooved to his rhythm.

Palladium Times Square (formerly PlayStation Theater, Best Buy Theater and Nokia Theatre Times Square)[1] is an indoor live events venue in New York City, located in One Astor Plaza, at the corner of Broadway and 44th Street.

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David Rockwell, an architect, created the design, and it debuted in September 2005. The theatre features both a sizable space sitting in the back of the auditorium and a sizable standing-room-only orchestra section.

The location was initially constructed as the Loews Astor Plaza Theatre, a Loews Theatres movie theatre that opened in 1974 and shut its doors in August 2004.

The Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG) leased the area, and at an estimated cost of $21 million, transformed it into a venue for live events.


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