Singer Tyrese takes Universal CityWalk's 5 Towers stage

Jesus Figueroa
Written by Jesus Figueroa

A large crowd roared as Tyrese Gibson took the stage for a free concert to promote his final solo album "Black Rose" at Universal CityWalk 5 Towers on May 5.

Tyrese said, the album is inspired by Tupac Shakur's poetry book "The Rose that grew from concrete." Much like the poem he said he feels that he came from a tough area and he's grown into a beautiful "Black Rose."
The performance was fantastic and soulful with the crowd cheering Tyrese on. He even brought out his daughter on the stage and said she was the reason behind all she did.

Tyrese said he was feeling under the weather, but he wasn't about to disappoint his fans by canceling the show.

The crowd started gathering from 4:30 p.m. and slowly filled the quad in front of the AMC Universal theaters in anticipation for the arrival of Tyrese.

Power 106 gave away promotional items to the screaming fans for about an hour.

Emcee Fernando Duran presented two radio personalities from Power 106, which included J. Cruz.

Here's some photos from the free concert:

Teddy, left, and J. Cruz from Power 106 and Emcee Fernando Duran
Teddy from Power 106
Emcee Fernando Duran

Tyrese on the 5 Towers stage
Crowd awaiting Tyrese


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