Last night, Lyfe Jennings performed an emotional and energy charged show at B.B. King’s in NYC. Making light of the fact on stage that he hasn’t got to do this too often since returning home from jail, he mentioned this was part of the process of “reproving himself” to his fans. During the set, he spoke very positively about life and it perfectly tied into his set. He took the crowd through a wide range of songs from his career including “Cry”, “S.E.X.”, “Ghetto Superman”, “Never Never Land”, and “Must Be Nice”. He also performed the conscious record “Statistics” from his previous album, mentioning a lot of dudes hated him for that one. He finished up his set with the very inspirational “It Coulda Been Worse”, leaving a lasting impression on his fans about his new found outlook. The set was opened by Shaliek Rivers, who Lyfe came up with when they both got their starts as artists. Check out photos below from the show.