Masego is finally getting the attention he deserves. The talented singer, songwriter, saxophonist, and producer recently performed two sold-out nights at The Wiltern in Los Angeles, delivering a captivating and energetic show that left the crowd craving more. The Virginia-born artist has gained widespread popularity in recent years, thanks to his unique blend of jazz, soul, and hip-hop, and his live performance does not disappoint.

The Wiltern, a historic Art Deco theater in the heart of Los Angeles, provided the perfect setting for Masego’s show. As the lights dimmed, the crowd erupted in cheers and applause as Masego took the stage, saxophone in hand. He kicked off the night with his hit song “Navajo,”  which had the audience dancing and singing along from the very first note.

Throughout the show, Masego’s talent as a multi-instrumentalist was on full display. He seamlessly transitioned between playing the saxophone, keyboard, and drums, showcasing his versatility as a musician. He also engaged with the crowd, inviting them to sing and dance along to his upbeat tracks. Special guests included Devin Morrison for a performance of “Yamz” and a duet with Alex Isley for their song “Good & Plenty.”

As the show came to a close, Masego thanked the crowd for their support and promised to return to Los Angeles soon. He then ended his set with a rendition of his song “Tadow,” a soulful track that features his signature blend of jazz and hip-hop. The crowd swayed and sang along as Masego crooned the lyrics, his smooth vocals filling the theater.

The audience left The Wiltern buzzing with energy, impressed by Masego’s incredible talent and dynamic stage presence. It was a night to remember, and proof that Masego is a here to stay in the music industry. 

Photo Credits: Sam Erickson