The Miami Beach Pop Festival is approaching fast. With so many talented artists performing, an itinerary is critical for the optimal festival experience. For the full schedule and for more information go to miamibeachpop.com. Here are our top picks for the final night Sunday, November 10. Click here to read the preview for Day 1 on Friday, November 8 and click here for Day 2 on Saturday, November 9.
Chance the Rapper
Passing through Miami for the second stop of his #TheBigDay world tour, the popular rapper is sure to bring the heat. Often accompanied by live instrumentalists, cool and collected Chance The Rapper reminds us of hip-hop heroes The Roots. In addition to being an incredible musician, the Chicago native is also an activist known for his regular political campaigns. With music that often touches on Christian theology layered over jazzy melodies, Chance is likely to appeal to hip-hop and gospel loving crowds alike.
If you’re looking for a surprising show chock-full of pure excitement look no further than Chromeo’s DJ set. The Canadian duo hailing from Montreal spins an electro-funk that’s impossible to ignore. Songs will catch you off guard and delight you with unexpected twists and turns. If you’ve yet to give these creative masterminds a listen, be prepared to be converted and expect to be singing these catchy tunes for the next month.
Quinn XCII (pronounced Quinn 92) is a rapper, singer, and songwriter from Detroit, Michigan. Capping off his 38 stop tour in Miami, the rapper blends hip-hop, reggae, pop, and electronica sounds to produce a pleasant, approachable set. Popular with fans of artists like Mike Posner and Twenty One Pilots Quinn XCII is perfect set to wind down after an action-packed festival weekend.
No Miami party is complete without the danceable infectious sounds of Cuba. Enter Cimafunk from Havana, Cuba. A fan-favorite worldwide, known for mixing funk with Cuban and African sounds for maximum danceability. Best for those looking to bust a move to sexy Latin rhythms Cimafunk is sure to energize crowds with infectious beats.