Tinie Tempah Throws Epic Party During Live On Letterman Concert Webcast

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tinie lead Tinie Tempah Throws Epic Party During Live On Letterman Concert Webcast

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British sensation [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Tinie Tempah[/lastfm] took the stage of the historic Ed Sullivan Theater for a once in a lifetime online concert experience as part of our Live on Letterman series, and it was off the hook!

Relive the night again and catch up on the most electric performance of the year.

Watch the performance!

Tinie Tempah stalked onto the stage in his now iconic hoodie and burst into “Intro” and rolled into “Disc-overy.”  He walked the audience through the chorus and they gladly backed their hero up. They were ready for a party and Tinie was making it happen.

During “Pass Out,” he ordered the crowd to sing along and gave the drummer a killer solo. The internet and chatroom went wild.

Tempah knows how to put on a show and got the crowd whipped into a frenzy, then directed them to buy his brand new album which was just released today. He then shifted into his new single “Till I’m Gone” which prompted the audience in the historic Ed Sullivan Theater and online to rock out.

Before he launched into “Wonderman,” Tinie encouraged everyone in the crowd to dig deep and find their superhero theme song. The super audience raised their hands creating strong Ws and embraced their inner superstars.

Tinie finished his set with his newly minted platinum song “Written in the Stars” accompanied by with frequent collaborator Eric Turner. The epic performance closed one of the most magnetic nights on the Ed Sullivan stage.

Watch the concert again. Then keep checking back for exclusive pictures and video on demand. This exclusive online show is brought to you by AT&T Re-think Possible.

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