Professor Green continued the build-up to this year's Q Awards by playing an exclusive gig in London last night (18 October).
The rapper took to the stage at the HMV Forum for what he declared will be one of his last shows for a while.
"I'm not going to be doing this kind of thing for too much longer," he told the crowd. "I've got an album to make."
Despite some of this year's X Factor contestants and judge Louis Walsh causing a brief stir when they attended the gig for the first three songs, the rapper remained the centre of attention and was actually briefly bombarded with a host of bras during the set.
Storming through the likes of Remedy and his Dub Be Good To Me-sampling Just Be Good To Green with his band, the rapper briefly left the stage before returning to end the night in epic fashion with an encore that included swelling renditions of current single Avalon and set closer, hit Read All About It.
Professor Green player:
City Of Gold
Oh My God
Need U Tonight
Just Be Good To Green
How Many Moons
Into The Ground
Read All About It
The Q Awards Gigs conclude tomorrow night with The Cribs and Edwyn Collins playing the HMV Forum.
Plus follow the Q Awards on Monday via our live updates on Twitter and Facebook.We'll also have video interviews with this year's winners going live via YouTube/QMagazine just as soon as we edit them.
2:30 PM | 19/10/2012
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