The Kid LAROI Perth Show recently took place at RAC Arena as part of the Aussie teen music sensation'sEnd Of The World Tour.

To open, DJ TJMizell and Indigenous rapper Lil Arts took to the stage to get the crowd in the mood for the main event. They were followed by a heartfelt Indigenous Welcome to Country.

The KID LAROI Perth show then kicked off with Let Her Go

A sequence of videos featuring The Kid LAROI played between songs with the setup featuring white stairs and floral arrangements.  

The young rapper acknowledged his late mentor Juice WRLD, with whom he collaborated on the song, GO

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Born Charlton Howard, the singer had a real presence, interacting with fans as if they were friends, inviting a couple of them to join him on stage as he performed and even doing a "shoey" with them. He expressed his genuine gratitude for the crowd's support. Coming from difficult beginnings to where he is now, The Kid LAROI is an example of how hard work and passion go a long way. In fact, his career has taken him across the globe, now living in LA.

A sea of fans occupied the mosh pit, eager to get a glimpse of the Indigenous music star. 

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A mix of Pop, Hip Hop and R&B, The Kid LAROI is becoming a huge name in the industry.

Quite the performer, he gave the audience his best. His unique voice and the emotion he put behind his songs made the songs so captivating. There was a magic connection between him and his supporters.

An effortlessly cool kid, the musician has a style all his own with a perfect amount of confidence and humility at only 18 years old.

More hits at The Kid LAROI Perth Show includedDivaSO DONE, ALWAYS DO, newest release Thousand Miles,Stayfeaturing Justin Bieber and one of his most well-known pieces,WITHOUT YOU.

The musician recently rescheduled a couple of concerts after being unwell with influenza and rhinovirus. His Melbourne show was called off following an announcement nearly 40 minutes after he was supposed to perform. He was incredibly apologetic and is now back where he belongs- on the stage, with his Melbourne shows taking place this past weekend.