Souls of Mischief: The 30th Anniversary Tour

Doors 6:30PM | Show 8PM | All Ages | Public On Sale 2/3 4PM

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Yo, whassup? This is Tajai 

Of the mighty Souls of Mischief crew 

I’m chillin’ with my man Phesto, my man A-Plus 

And my man Op’, you know he’s dope 

But right now, you know, we just maxin’ in the studio 

We hailin’ from East Oakland, California 

And, um, sometimes it gets a little hectic out there 

But right now, yo, we gonna up you on how we just chill.. 

1993, West Coast… Dr Dre vs Eazy-E, Snoop Doggy Dog on the rise with his debut  album alongside the N.W.A don of production. Tupac with the summer release of ‘I  Get Around’, but caught up in alleged gun fights and assault charges. G-funk the  national conversation. 

So when Souls Of Mischief came onto the scene with their funky outfits, slammin’  beats and breazy attitudes – backed with a lyrical dexterity far beyond their teenage  years – a fresh hop to the bounce of the West Coast was born. 

“Sometimes it gets a little hectic out there…”, Tajai exclaimed in the intro, “…But  right now we gonna up you on how we just chill”.  

The California quartet announced themselves with harmlessly refreshing confidence,  on more of a Tribe tip with jazz-drips and groove-infused rhythms – yet lyrically more  adventurous and weed-scented; more of a Pharcyde vibe with endlessly cool rhymes  and multisyllabic wordplays – yet more intellectual, energetic and freestyle-ready. A  

funky introspection was clear to see. This was Oakland, California in 1993.  

…Now, 30 years on, 93 to 23, still infinity. Still hectic out there. Time flies but Souls  are still chillin. “Now you have younger generations who were born in ’93,” says

Phesto. “They’re like, ‘ ’93 ’til infinity.’ It means so many different things to so many  different people” 

30 YEARS OF 93 ‘TIL INFINITY – AROUND THE WORLD IN 93 DATES #23tilinfinity 

From this February onward, Souls Of Mischief will go Around the World in 93 Dates bringing their effortlessly cool rhymes and rhythms to the world. It’s an anni worth  celebrating. Full album renditions. Party feels. Dripping with Jazz. Flavoursome flows.  Cali energy. Fresh garms (with limited runs for sale) and ripe freestyles.  

‘This is 93 ‘til infinity, you know, so it’s markin’ the time but also movin’ beyond the  time, you feel me?’ – Yasiin Bey (Mos Def)

N8NOFACE

Doors 7PM | Show 7:30PM | All Ages | Public On Sale 1/27

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He’s been described as a Chicano Flannery O’Connor playing chiptune Ministry, the Sleaford Mods of the American Southwest, Suicide for the 21st Century and Ghostmane meets darkwave synthpunk dashed with early Ween’s glue-huffing pop. Lyrically, his sometimes romantic, oftentimes violent storytelling tunes lean toward Narcocorrido, the bloody ballads of Mexican drug cartels. It sounds dark on the surface, but really N8NOFACE’s music is a lot of fun, and as exciting and cathartic as the birth of punk rock and hiphop.

 

Nate, or N8, NOFACE is animated and all over the map when he speaks. But, he always gets straight to the point, just like his music. His songs often clock in around 1-minute long, typically abruptly ending before even repeating a chorus. The songs are built around a few stark, evocative mantra-like lines about life’s struggles over a simple, hummable hook. That he’s so prolific with these 50-60 second dark pop masterpieces is astonishing. “If you can’t explain it simply you don’t know what you’re talking about,” he says.

 

“I do scream rap, but after that I might pick up a banjo and do outlaw country,” N8 says, discussing the multiple personalities of his music. “I want to do it all. I am a little bit of everything, why can’t I use every frequency to tell those stories?”

 

He’s been making and posting glitchy synthpunk since the days of MySpace, when he first gained attention in chiptune duo Crimekillz. Even before the demise of that band, however, N8NOFACE was disseminating his dadaist lo-fi rants online, recording them on the cheap on his home computer setup. “Even to this day, everything I do is recorded in my closet,” he says. “I’ve never recorded at a studio. My goal was always to try to make these genres with the gear that I have, which comes from hip hop. I just do it the wrong way and it comes out my sound.”

 

N8NOFACE has to date released 5 proper albums (available on vinyl) — Homicide (2022) Don’t Dial 911 with EYEDRESS (2021) Bound To Let You Down (2021), Just Here To Die (2020), Synth Up The Punks (2019) and True Story (2018) — and a slew of singles, mixtapes and collaborations, many of them with sprawling double-digit track listings. Before relocating to Long Beach, CA around a decade ago, he owned a graffiti & record store in his hometown of Tucson, AZ. It was here that he developed his vast musical taste from grimy hiphop beats to seminal aggressive synth punks The Screamers.

 

“I grew up around some guys living outside the lines of the law,” N8 explains. “When I first started doing this I called it Narco Punk. I’m not glorifying it, I’m giving both sides of the story. Telling the heartbreaking side of the dark side.” Coming from a hiphop and border town culture, he found it difficult to share his esoteric tastes with friends. “How do I make my friends enjoy this music?” he wondered. “I’ll take some Suicide music and twist it to get my friends to listen to this.”

 

It worked. Slowly at first, but 2020 proved the year N8NOFACE truly broke out, thanks to the world briefly hitting pause. “COVID leveled the playing field, I’ve never toured and people just found me through the Internet. I did some streams that launched me.” Today, N8NOFACE is quickly becoming the, uh, face of a raw, exciting sound.  Having done national tours with City Morgue, Ho99o9, and playing festivals, N8 is putting in the work that attracts fans far and wide.

G Perico: Hot Shot Tour

Doors 7:30PM | Show 8:30PM | All Ages | Public On Sale 1/27 10AM

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Resurrecting the distinctive sounds of early-’90s West Coast G-funk, rapper G Perico connects the streets and the studio with his cinematic storytelling and observations from South Central Los Angeles. He presented this style on a steady stream of mixtapes, moving from early work like 2016’s Shit Don’t Stop to more fully realized releases such as 2021’s Play 2 Win album or 2022’s 111th East EP.

All Blue
Born Jeremy Nash, Perico was involved in gang life from a young age. His first tapes were even issued while he was in jail. With a delivery similar to DJ Quik, Too $hort, and Eazy-E, Perico started to build a following with 2015’s Tha Innerprize 2. The next year, he issued his breakthrough mixtape, Shit Don’t Stop. In 2017, he released a trio of efforts, starting with his All Blue mixtape — a reference to his affiliation with the Crips — which he issued on his own indie label, So Way Out. He followed with a notable collaborative album that found him joining forces with Bloods-affiliated Jay Worthy and producer Cardo as G-Worthy. Before the end of the year, Perico released 2 Tha Left, featuring the single “Everybody” and appearances by Nef the Pharaoh, Mozzy, Curren$y, and frequent collaborator Polyester. 2018 brought the single “Colors” with Freddie Gibbs and Mozzy, followed by the Guess What? EP.

Ten-Eight
In 2019, Perico announced a partnership deal between Roc Nation and his label So Way Out. The first of two planned joint releases, Ten Eight, was issued in August of that year. The full-length album included the single “Big Raccs” and featured Sonny Digital, AzChike, and Bucho. Perico continued to steadily release new projects and singles (both on his own and in collaboration with other rappers) as the next few years went on. 2021 alone saw him releasing multiple mixtapes like No Love in LA, Free, and Welcome to the Land, as well as the more fleshed-out Play 2 Win. The latter release included multiple contributions from 03 Greedo, as well as appearances from BlueBucksClan and others. 2022 was no different, with the rapper releasing a steady drip of singles, a collaborative EP with Gotdamnitdupri entitled Tango, and a short solo EP called 111th East.

Shwayze

Doors 7PM | Show 8PM | 21 & Over | Public On Sale 12/16 11AM

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Aaron Smith is a rapper, actor, musician, and father who became known to the world simply as Shwayze following a massive music breakout in 2008.

The Malibu native released his debut album Buzzin’ that summer with singer-producer Cisco Adler.  The duo hit the road immediately on the Vans Warped Tour wearing skinny jeans, and singing about lost weekends in Hollywood, all while bringing the most legendary parties with them wherever they went.

Shwayze has since gone on to work with an array of producers and release several independent albums such as Shwayze Summer on his self-funded Feel Good Entertainment Music label.  He continues reinventing his sound while staying true to the influences that brought him where he is today.

The past decade has boasted an impressive resume including a top 10 album, Billboard chart topping singles including ‘Buzzin’ and ‘Corona & Lime,’ a rock-doc reality show on MTV, and a number of roles in feature films and major network television- all while living on the road much of the year touring the world.

Shwayze continues to perform around the world and each year he finds new territories and fanbases to connect with.

Token: Never Too Different Tour

Doors 8PM | Show 9PM | All Ages | Public On Sale 11/4 9AM

VIP Fan Experiences will be sold exclusively on Tokens website starting on Friday 11/4 at noon EST, including Artist Meet & Greets, Sound Checks, Show Off Your Skills Cypher and All Access. For more info and to purchase, please visit: https://www.nevertoodifferent.com/

 

ABOUT THE ARTIST

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Confidence can’t be given. Instead, it’s earned. Through a prolific, albeit quiet grind, Token has morphed into an outlier in hip-hop. Powered by razor sharp wordplay, head-spinning verbal acrobatics, and off-kilter hooks, the Massachusetts born rapper evolves at a dizzying pace. After amassing hundreds of millions of YouTube views and streams independently and receiving acclaim from The Boston Globe, XXL, Complex, and more, he leaps forward again on his 2022 project Pink Is Better—the first album released under his own label Never Too Different and Atlantic Records. 

“At first, I was trying to do everything to impress people. This is the first time where I’m doing the music that inspires me. I’ve now become my own person, and I’m confident I can make it as far as I want without compromising. I’m inspired by artists who continuously change it up. I’m more tapped into who I truly am. I don’t want to be known for anything other than being me.” 

Growing up outside of Boston, music anesthetized depression, anxiety, stress, and loneliness throughout his childhood. So, Token put his head down and honed his craft at just 10-years-old, putting in countless hours, recording tracks of his own, burning CDs, and distributing them around Massachusetts. During 2015, his “No Sucka MCs Contest Entry” went viral, eventually exceeding 5.7 million YouTube views. After Token wound up on Mark Wahlberg’s radar, he appeared on the hit television show Wahlburgers and landed a role in the blockbuster Patriots Day. Simultaneously, he lit up Sway in the Morning with a headline-making six minute freestyle. XXL christened it “one of the year’s best freestyles, if not one of the best performances ever on Sway’s legendary show.” 

On its heels, he dropped his first mixtape Eraser Shavings in 2016 followed by 2018’s Between Somewhere, which vaulted into the Top 5 on the iTunes Hip-Hop/Rap Albums Chart. Generating 100 million-plus streams, it also spawned anthems, including “YouTube Rapper” [feat. Tech N9ne], “Household Name,” and “Flamingo.” Not to mention, he sold out shows on multiple continents and contributed music to the Fast & Furious Hobbs & Shaw soundtrack and Scoob! The Album

Throughout 2020, he carefully assembled what would become Pink Is Better, achieving a sense of personal and creative balance. 

“Pink represents balance,” he affirms. “It’s the middle ground of red and white. It’s what I’ve been going through during the last two years. I’m an extreme person. The red side is the fast lifestyle—girls, money, and getting fucked up. The white side represents a white flag, giving in to my emotions, overthinking shit, and feeling defeated. It’s about embracing the life that’s been given to me in a healthy way rather than living all the way on one side or the other.” 

Following “Chit Chat” and “Sip,” the single “High Heels” [feat. Rico Nasty] illuminates his progression. He leans into the skittering beat as he drops charismatic and catchy bars with no shortage of boastful charm punctuated by a rare Rico Nasty cameo.

“It was an exciting time in my life, so I just sound like an excited ass kid,” he smiles. “I was fresh off tour and single again. You can hear it in my voice. I was inspired by all of the new things coming my way and I was having fun. I’ve put out a lot of darker, sadder songs, but most of the red side is me enjoying myself for the first time. Rico killed it too!” 

Then, there’s “Boom” [feat. JID]. Tense production gives way to silenced gunshot samples as Token and JID lock into a precise and pummeling lyrical crossfire. 

“A lot of the lyrics are based on how I was living,” he explains. “When I made the song, I had just moved into this house, and I was having a ton of parties. I was inspired by this energy and not taking myself too seriously. I’m a super fan of JID, so it was really cool for me to finally work with him.” 

His diversity shines through. One minute, he’s bodying a bass-inflected bounce on “Amsterdam” [feat. Benny The Butcher]. The next, he’s analyzing himself over the piano of “Pink” or reaching catharsis on the finale “Thank God.” 

“The project is about the highest of highs and the lowest of lows,” he observes. “It’s me realizing, no matter what, it’s all going to be okay.” 

In the end, Token has earned confidence and embraced who he is on Pink Is Better

“I hope people have an understanding of who I really am,” he leaves off. “I’ve changed so much and will continue to change. Right now, I’m someone who won’t bite my tongue. I’m a kid from Massachusetts who came from humble beginnings. I went through shit at an early age, jumped from therapist to therapist, found music, and realized it was the thing that made me whole and sane. Now, it’s therapeutic to share my ideas and emotions with the world, and I’m going to always be honest.”

 

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AZ Hip Hop Showcase

Doors 7PM | Show 8PM | 18 & Over | Public On Sale 10/28 10AM

 

Hosted by: Dj Jahmar

Music by: Dj Staxx

Featured Artists: S. Beezy, Elgin Jr, Too Real, 6iG Cuhz, XplicIT, Kassanova Mariee, MIKE BEST, ADN CRAE, Big Blando, Fela Iniko, TEKNIK, Madlad Universe, Young Me, Tbn Mafi, Fred E Moves

 

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Fenix Flexin

__Support: R3 Da Chili Man, Lil Maru______

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You may hear the name of Fenix Flexin, a musician and a rapper. Fenix’s real name is Fenix Rybinski. He’s a hip-hop singer from America. Most known as a member of the Shoreline Mafia joint hip hop group. In November 2017, their first full-length mixtape was published. He’s a tattoo lover, and you can see him easily because he’s got a tattoo on his forehead.

Gremlin

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Born & raised in Santa Ana California, Mark Henriquez better known as Gremlin has been making music since before he was even a teenager. Influenced by his older brother, he grabbed a pen and pad and hasn’t looked back since. With his family behind him every step of the way Gremlin has turned his childhood dreams into a reality accumulating over a million cult fans across the world with his music & brand “Broken People”.  
 “I make music for people who’ve gone through pain and feel broken. My community is built of those who don’t let their past define them and are working towards being a better version of themselves”. Bringing unsuspecting riders to tears with his uber rap series, Gremlin has gained notoriety landing him on stages across the west coast of the USA & even on Fox News discussing his hit single “All For You” which depicts the story of his moms addiction to drugs. 
 This year Mark has big plans and is more focused than ever to release his long awaited new album that has been 5 years in the making. With a country wide tour already in the works it’s safe to say that Gremlin is dreaming bigger than ever before.

B.o.B

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B.o.B burst onto the hip-hop scene in late 2006 becoming a six-time Grammy Award nominee and solidifying his notoriety as a multifaceted lyricist, storyteller, and producer. Born Bobby Ray Simmons, the Decatur, GA native has successfully paved his way in the entertainment industry constantly killing the game by daring to convey his true self through his music. The release of his commercial debut single “Nothin On You,” featuring Atlantic Records’ star Bruno Mars, landed him atop the Billboard Hot 100 Chart and garnered a three times platinum status. Furthermore, the radio single raked in three Grammy nominations for the rapper. Simmons continued to see radio success climbing the billboard charts with smash hits like “Airplanes,” feat. Hayley Williams of Paramore & rapper Eminem, and “Magic,” feat. Rivers Cuomo of Weezer, going six times platinum and twice platinum respectively, overall “Adventures of Bobby Ray” went #1 on Billboard Top 200. Fans adore his conscious rhymes and praise his ability to straddle the line between grungy hip hop and timeless classics leaving any listener with an unforgettable audible experience. With over ten years of creatively impacting entertainment culture, the Atlanta-based rapper has yet to stop putting out revolutionary content. After what was widely believed to be his last album, Naga, which was released in July of 2018, the musically inclined superstar released Southmatic in June of 2019. B.o.B has continued to feed fans with music throughout the years with the release of Somnia in September 2020, Murd & Mercy – October 2020, and now with the highly anticipated 2022 album release, Better Than Drugs, along with a supporting nationwide tour, its first in 5 years. Over the years, raw talent and originality have separated B.o.B from most rappers in the game making him innovative and unpredictable. His spirit of innovation, impeccable work ethic, and commitment to excellence continues to turn hip-hop upside down.

Snotty Nose Rez Kids: Sink or Swim Tour

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Snotty Nose Rez Kids is a Canadian Hip-Hop duo of Haisla (Indigenous) descent from Kitimat, BC. Rappers Yung Trybez and Young D formed the duo in 2016, releasing two albums in 2017 with their second, The Average Savage, winning them Best Hip Hop Artist at the Western Canadian Music Awards (WCMA’s), cemented them on 2018’s Top 10 list of the coveted Polaris Music Prize, and landed them a 2019 Juno Nomination for best Indigenous Music Album. The group toured heavily in Canada with appearances in New York City, Seattle and Darwin, Australia. They quickly gained notoriety for their energetic, inspiring and thought provoking performances.

 

Their follow-up, TRAPLINE, was an overwhelming success with media praising the project at Complex, Vice, Exclaim!, Okayplayer, and The FADER. Hit single, ‘Boujee Natives,’ became a cultural phenomenon sparking a wave of Indigenous people rocking art, jewelry and clothing of their people in a proud way. They embarked on their first large-scale tour with over 100 shows in 2019 in North America, Australia, UK and Mexico, and wrapping the year with multiple awards and millions of streams. SNRK were poised for 2020 to be their breakout year. Complex named them in their ‘Ones to Watch for 2020.’ After announcing their first 23 city US headline tour, COVID hit and all plans were abandoned. They released their debut EP, Born Deadly, and landed various sync deals with network shows Trickster and Resident Alien, and feature films Monkey Beach and Inconvenient Indian. ‘Boujee Natives’ achieved over 1.5 million streams and became their first music video to reach over 2 million views.

 

As COVID restrictions began to ease in 2021, SNRK were back in studio, creating their most personal project to date, LIFE AFTER, released in October 2021. The release landed them on the covers of Exclaim Magazine, Range Magazine and The Georgia Straight. Their hit single, Uncle Rico, debuted on BET Jams and went into rotation on MTV. After a year and half SNRK were back on the road for leg 1 and 2 of their Life After Tour with 47 shows in North America so far. They are about to embark on their next tour leg of summer festivals, which will see them opening for 070Shake, Rick Ross, Lil Tecca, Freddie Gibbs, Young MA, The Beaches, and headlining various shows.