T. Mills

Tis’ the season to be jolly; and jolly it was for the hundreds of people who came to the sold out T. Mills “A Merry Fuckin’ X-mas” show at the Roxy Theater on December 15,2011. With openers including DJ Felli Fel, Nyemiah Supreme, and Rozzi Crane, fans were kept entertained from the time the doors opened till the time they closed.

After amazing performances from the openers, T. Mills made his way on stage around 9:45, the crowd screaming and shouting, reaching out to touch him. T. Mills tried to make his show a show that his fans could remember and did so by playing hits including, “Stupid Boy”, “She Got A…”, “Fuck em with my Vans on” and plenty of new songs as well. With his friends singing and swaying along on stage, T. Mills invited one of his friends to the front and center of the stage.

“Can I ask you guys a question,” He asked the audience. “Who’s show is this?”

The fans answered “T. MILLS!”

“It’s my show! So that means, I can do whatever the fuck I want to do, while I’m up on this stage! This is my friend. His birthday is in about 1 hour and he’s out here, spending it with us! I need you guys to do me a favor! On the count of three, I want everyone to sing him Happy Birthday!”

As he counted to three, the entire venue sang to his friend, as if it were a huge birthday party.

After, T. Mills continued through his set asking, “Do you guys know Three Six Mafia?”

The Fans went crazy after hearing that question and after some more teasing, T. Mills invited one of his good friends Juicy J from Three Six Mafia, to come up and sing “Beat it Up” with him.

“This is my last song, but I’m going to be doing a signing at my merch booth over there after the show. I want to meet you all, take pictures with all of you and sign things for you! So come out after the show! Thank you guys!”

Mills went into his final song “She Got A…” dancing along with his drummer while the crowd jumped up and down singing along.

“I’ll see you guys in 10 minutes” Mills said as he dropped his microphone and walked off stage. Instantly fans formed a mile long line at his merch booth and everyone got a chance to meet and get stuff signed from possibly their favorite artist.