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IN PHOTOS: Khalid left fans feeling like they were ‘8TEEN’ during Manila concert

While most of us have been remembering our departed loved ones and commemorating the “Undas” holiday, others have been infected by the “Young, Dumb, & Broke” song syndrome. Because last November 2, Khalid Donnel Robinson or simply “Khalid” rocked the Smart Araneta Coliseum for the Philippine leg of his American Teen Tour.

Khalid’s electrifying show kept the audience dancing on their feet, as he performed his unique medley of tracks comprised of “Intro”, “8TEEN”, “American Teen”, “Coaster”, “Therapy”, “Another Sad Love Song”, “Saved” and “Shot Down”.

The Araneta Coliseum was filled with loud screams and cheers from the Filipino audience as Khalid continued to perform “Young, Dumb and Broke”, “Better”, “Silence”, “Love Lies”, “Rollin”, “Let’s Go”, “Location”, and “Keep Me”.

Khalid was amazed by his Filipino fans and commended the audience for being the “loudest crowd” he’s had so far. “I wanna thank you guys for all the love, you treat me as if I live here.” he said.

Presented by Midas Promotion, the ‘American Teen Tour’ was indeed a great show and the American singer ended the night with an encore performance of his songs “Location,” “Keep Me,” and “OTW”.

Check out the photo highlights:

Photo credit: MJ Naluz & Patricia Amagsila
Photo credit: MJ Naluz & Patricia Amagsila
Photo credit: MJ Naluz & Patricia Amagsila
Photo credit: MJ Naluz & Patricia Amagsila
Photo credit: MJ Naluz & Patricia Amagsila

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