Hosted by popular funny man Trenton Ford, the audience was pumped before the first artist could even step on the stage.
"Now, you can jump around, you can scream, but you cannot sit down," Ford told the crowd. "You gotta get on your feet!" Following his lead, onlookers jumped up and jammed to the pre-show music spun by Kansas City's DJ Shep.
Held at Christian Fellowship Baptist Church, Prince Flash kicked off the show with an astounding performance that got the crowd hype.
Cephas took the stage next. The audience chanted "We got power!" with him as he performed the hit from his album "Talking @ Cha."
Undergrad followed up with his new single "I'm Yours" from his latest project "Rubik's Cube: The Blue Album," scheduled to release this April. The song was well received, as it honors marriages upheld by godly standards.
The perfect follow up, Young Fatha did a number about the Proverbs 31 woman which featured the smooth crooning of TeRance Golden.
SHOCK Muzik's Jus B and Solo rocked the stage with a couple of songs from their album "Hope City."
Next, Lifeline Music put on an extraordinary show. Performing "Get Plugged In" and "Dead People," their set was complete with theatrical lighting and scary zombies.
Sauce Remix spread his message of improving the community when he did his popular single "Gunshots."
After a short intermission, Flame took the stage. Authentic and true to a consistent message of God's saving grace, Flame gave the audience an encouraging word:
"If you don't feel loved, know that God has shown his love you for you in the most unique way... Jesus."
Chozen Boy served as Flame's DJ and was very impressive on the one's and two's.
Mike Real rocked out with Flame and the audience was especially pleased when they brought down the house with "Sanctuary."
In addition to hits featured on "Royal Flush," the crowd showed much enthusiasm when oldie-but-goodie "Joyful Noise" blew through the speakers.
Concluding the evening with a prayer, Flame mingled with fans in the lounge taking pictures, signing autographs, and conversing with anyone who wanted to share a conversation with him.
Humble, honest, and genuine, Flame can always be counted on for a great show and sound doctrine.
"Man! The show was turned up," said Devon "Chev Dev" Price, CEO of Concrete Truth. "I want to thank Flame, Mike Real, and Chozen Boy for coming through the town. We kicked it and had good fellowship."
To learn more about Flame, visit www.clearsightmusic.com.
To learn more about Concrete Truth, visit www.concretetruthmedia.com.