[youtube]cZFIRoT4qBI[/youtube] By Julia Kazar“It’s Jeffree bitch!” screams Jeffree Star, the gender bending singing sensation to open the show, and the crowd goes crazy. Many of them have been waiting through four opening bands to see this show, and they are ready to rock. Peabody’s in Cleveland is almost pitch black, and the crowd is packed together shoulder to shoulder. The whole place is uncomfortably hot, and because of the lack of fresh air in the club, and the number of people packed in, you could smell the sweat from both the performers and fans. But none of that mattered the moment Jeffree Star took the stage. The show began with Jeffree’s new hit “Get Away with Murder.” The crowd loves it. They all started moshing and singing at the top of their lungs. When Star got to the chorus everyone simultaneously started jumping up and down so the floor felt like it might collapse on us at any moment, but that was just part of the fun. “Get Away with Murder” is a fast song with a ton of fist pumping bass in it that makes it pretty easy to like, even if you haven’t heard it before, and it was a great way to open the show. The crowd couldn’t wait for more. Unlike a lot of bands who sound completely different live then they when they record in the studio, Star makes sure that his live shows sound as similar as possible. So when you see him live you know exactly the kind of show it’s going to be based on the studio songs. The only difference is the volume, and the bass level, which of course you can still feel vibrating through your body even after the show is over. Star did a good job of playing a mix of new songs and old songs too. One of the old songs he played tonight, “Ice Cream,” is a song where Star mostly talks fast to a beat instead of singing the whole time. The crowd had a lot of fun with this song, trying to sing along, but it was either too fast or they were too drunk to keep up, either way they still had a lot of fun trying. The crowd’s obvious favorite song of the night was “Beauty Killer” one of Star’s biggest hits from his debut album. Electronic staccato beats made it the perfect song for the audience to dance around and get crazy to. It was a little surprising to see that that the show was just a regular rock show, because of his image and some of his pictures online, people were expecting a lot more shock value, not just a guy singing songs. Even though the show wasn’t very shocking, Star definitely made sure that the audience had a good time, and was completely committed to giving everything he could.Even if some fans were a little surprised by the normalcy of the show, they were still having a blast.