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MIA and Solange played Webster Hall (pics)

photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin

MIA / Solange / “Paper Planes” stage invasion
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Right after her show at cavernous Queens venue Knockdown Center, MIA played Manhattan’s Webster Hall on Saturday with Solange. The pairing was part of the two day Vulture Festival thrown by New York Magazine’s pop culture blog. Solange played a 10-song set that included a cover of Kate Bush’s “Cloudbusting” in addition to her own songs like “Losing You” and “Bad Girls.” MIA’s set closed with a rendition of “Paper Planes” featuring a large percentage of the crowd on stage with her. Pictures from the whole night are in this post.

For more, we’ve got pics and a full report of MIA and A$AP Ferg’s Knockdown Center show. More pics from Webster Hall below…

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