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For the first time in two years, R&B singer Dwele performed a live set in Chicago's south loop entertainment district to a packed crowd of more than 600 VIPs and fans.  Produced by Christi with an Eye, the sold-out event brought hip-hop/soul artist Pennjamin Bannekar, DJ Major Taylor and R&B band Verzatile as the show's opening acts, promoted by Lucid Entertainment.
 
The concert was hosted by a great battle-of-the-sexes banter between author Zondra Hughes of M.O.O.D. Lounge and comedian and radio personality Leon Rogers. Fase2Fase.com, the world first social networking website for minority small businesses and retailers, and WorldWideWaddie.com sponsored the Dwele concert, whose set began with a medley of hip-hop soul tunes spun by DJ Rahsta Roots.
 
Fans sung along with Dwele during his 45 minute sets of his hits and gems including "I'm Cheatin'" "I Think I Love You" and "What's Not To Love."  He closed his set with one of the most memorable acts in recent concert history as being the first singer to leave the stage to perform his last two selections in the middle of the audience and dancing with his female fans.  A magical experience happened as a result. 

"It was an amazing show!  I love working with Dwele and very glad he allowed me to bring him back to the Chicago Market where he has so many fans who love him and his music," says Christi With an Eye, event producer.

PHOTOS BY CHARLES YOUNG.

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