MYTH LIVE X SNOWTA PRESENT:
JUICE WRLD + SPECIAL GUESTS
FRIDAY JULY 20TH
Show Starts 8pm
tickets + Meet & Greet + VIP packages
Raphael Saadiq at First Avenue on Friday, July 20th, 2018.
Tickets & info: http://bit.ly/2HEwqig
8:00 p.m. Doors/9:00 p.m. Showtime/18+
Free show! 21+
@ The Nest in downtown St. Cloud(715 w st Germain st)
Nazeem & Spencer Joles
No Good Neighbors
Kaleem The Dream
Street Coast Music( King Fuji, Kick2flipp,HagenTheDragon)
L-Dub and Robs
Special DJ appearance from DND!
Please come join us to say a huge thank you to Derek Ehlert for his many years of showcasing Minnesota hip hop on the radio show Urban Invasion. Derek was the voice of Urban Invasion for nearly a decade on KVSC 88.1! He has played so many local artists music on the radio throughout the years! We just want to show our appreciation to Derek for showing us love!
Breakout artist 6LACK [ Pronounced Black ] is coming to Privé Minneapolis for the first time!
• 6LACK Hosting + Performing some of his hits
• Sounds by DJ ONES DJ TIIIIIIIIIIP & DJ TONEEE
• Hosted by DOLO
• 21+ Event
• Tickets at www.PriveMPLS.com
Call or Text 612.990.5058 to reserve your Table
Blueprint’s “Two-Headed Monster” tour visits Minneapolis MN for a show at The Icehouse.
Celebrating SIX months of Local Dope Shit! We are so excited to bring you one of the best line ups yet. If you know these artists you know how dope it really is.
As usual there will be an open mic in the beginning of the night starting at 9:00 until 9:30PM. And following the show around Midnight. Support Twin Cities Hip Hop by coming out to one of the cities best monthly Hip Hop Showcases.
Featuring performances by:
Prime & PM
Set times to come soon!
Hosted & Curated by Uncle T
Dj’ed by Kill Solace.
My Town • My Music Presents: Mac Irv with The Bando Bunch, Nimic Revenue, Jae Havoc and Hells Paradise at Kathy’s Pub (2nd Floor). Hosted by Lil Crazed – Live DJs in between sets!
Doors: 9PM | 21+
Premium Members: $10
Day of Show: $15
Sponsored by Levels_stp, Apollo Music Group, The Rochester Posse, Fairfield Inn & Suites Rochester Minnesota, & 507 Magazine!
Thank you to our partners Café Steam, Carpet Booth Studios, & Wondercloud Media!
**Mac Irv Bio**
Some stories birthed and illustrated in the hood never leave city limits. And for some, music is more than just an outlet. It’s an escape. Born and raised in North Minneapolis, Mac Irv’s gift for rhyming began at an early age, most of which he learned from his grandfather along with living across the street from Cornbread Harris, father of Grammy award winning producer Jimmy Jam. At 9 years old, Mac Irv started a rap group and was making rhymes in his basement.
His gift for music went undisclosed for many years as his talent for basketball required a full commitment. After receiving a scholarship to the University of Minnesota, Mac Irv exceeded athletic expectations, placing him as an All-Big Ten Player from 2006-2008. Graduating with a degree in Business Marketing, the Gopher player’s athletic ability was unknowingly deteriorating slowly. His professional career overseas was eventually cut short after a serious hip injury. Shortly after at the age of 25, Mac Irv became a father to a baby girl. Despite battling depression while simultaneously taking on new responsibilities of parenthood, Mac Irv’s passion for music was soon reignited.
“Got Me Open” was released on Youtube as his first single, but it was “Hometown” that allowed him to ultimately represent for Minnesota, embodying the nickname, “Hometown Hero”. In 2014, Mac Irv toured with Rhymesters artist Prof and his single “The Cycle” was nationally featured on MTV Jams. During that same year, Irv was selected to perform at Soundset, in company with Nas, Wiz Khalifa, and 2 Chainz. Mac Irv recently finished another tour run with Prof and has a new single “Maintain” that’s found radio play. You can watch the video below.
Exposing disparities in his neighborhood through lyrics, Mac Irv has earned a place in the Hip Hop arena of Minneapolis. Heavily affected by death and incarceration of friends throughout the years, he continues to persevere through the oppression that confronts his community by inspiring a little bit of everyone.
**The Bando Bunch Bio**
The Bando Bunch is a Rochester based Hip-Hop collective. The Bando members are Treezy, ¥O$A, TommyBoy, Sly, Joey Smoke Break, Jant, and Yeti. Each artist has their own sound and style but come together and mesh seamlessly when in the studio or on the stage together.
The Bando Bunch brings multiple elements to their live shows; a live dj spinning their latest records, an articulate performance of vocals, and contagious energy that will having you jumping at the front of the stage.
**Nimic Revenue Bio**
Born in California but raised in Minnesota. Nimic Revenue currently resides in St. Paul, and has been busy over the last year, jumping from the midwest to the west coast.
Nimic has worked with the likes of Allan Kingdom and Buddah Bless, has opened for shows for groups like FreeWIFI.
Nimic is an artist on the rise. Be sure to get to Kathy’s Pub in Downtown Rochester on July 21st to see the energy and passion she brings to the stage.
Come check out Nimic Revenue on July 21st!
**Jae Havoc Bio**
Jae Havoc is a(n) Emcee/Vocalist/Producer/Handsome Philanthropist from Rochester Minnesota looking to make your day awesome with some dope music!
Jae is from Rochester, Minnesota. He began writing creatively at 11 and grew an increasing interest in hip hop by 13, at which time he started learning how to write songs. Learning quickly that finding beats is a tedious and sometimes expensive process, he began making music with anything he could get his hands on, including keyboards, drum machines, guitars, computer software, etc. By 15 he was producing and recording his own songs, improving this process over the following years. He played his first show at 17 at Rochester bar, The Westfire and would continue to indulge in performance. At 18 he met guitarist Kasey Katusky, who he began jamming with. Soon after Kasey introduced Joe to drummer John “Paco” Hernandez. Later, finding a bassist (Phil Gunn) they started writing music and playing shows together as the punk rock band “Corporate Failure”. With this influence, Joe’s solo music benefited and branched out into other styles including soul, punk, dubstep and metal. This shows best on his latest releases, “Kill Scott Heron” (2015) and more recently on his EP “Dark Days x Bright Nights” (2015).
Joe has also aided in other artists work, including Minnesota Metal band “AfterTime” and Seattle hip hop artist “Brakebill”.
**Hells Paradise Bio**
After having successful solo careers, Skip and RiXX from King In Disguise Entertainment came together with Bubz and P. Nutty to form Hells Paradise (formerly Med City Republic).
Using the experience from national tours and millions of YouTube views, Skip & RiXX bring a new vibe to their traditional sound with this powerhouse collaboration.
With deep lyrical styling, powerful content, and hard hitting beats, this group is gaining traction fast. Hells Paradise is proof that there is power in numbers, and the energy that they bring to each show is unmatched by any of their peers.
X Games returns to its new summer home, and one of the greatest stadiums in North America — U.S. Bank Stadium.
#XGames Minneapolis 2018 will be action-packed with the world’s best skateboard, BMX, Moto X and Flat Track athletes. Moreover, it will include globally-renowned music artists!
Get your tickets now for Brother Ali and other ❌Games artists at XGames.com/Tickets.
All musical performances will take place at the GEICO Music Stage at The Commons outside of the stadium.*
*Show times are Central Standard Time (CST)
Black Milk with live band Nat Turner in the 7th St Entry
w/ Greg Grease and DJ Just Nine
Tickets → bit.ly/2HUDqne
General Admission: $15 advance | $17 door
18+ / ID Required
With more than a decade and a half of industry experience and a rich catalog of recordings, Black Milk has transitioned from one of hip-hop’s rising stars to a genre-bending virtuoso with a well-rounded pedigree as a producer, rapper and performer. Acclaimed by outlets such as Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, and The Wall Street Journal, the Detroit-born artist has released seven solo rap albums, a handful of EPs and instrumental projects, and has collaborated with numerous artists, including Jack White, Danny Brown (most recently producing Danny Brown’s “Really Doe” ft. Kendrick Lamar, Earl Sweatshirt and Ab-Soul), Slum Village and many more.
Legendary emcee Elzhi and renowned super producer Khrysis have combined to form Jericho Jackson. They are touring across the midwest and east coast in support of their new self-titled project and will be performing in Minneapolis on Sunday, July 22nd at The Pourhouse Dinkytown.
They will be joined by Wu-Tang affiliate OFFICIAL BRONZE NAZARETH Fan Page and up-and-coming emcee Dumb Luck.
There will also be local support from…
– Seiler (celebrating the release of his Hay Day album)
– Christopher Michael Jensen
– Juice Lord
+ DJ’ing from Forecast
Doors at 8pm / $12 adv / $15 day of / 21+
Tickets available online at JerichoJacksonMinneapolisJuly22nd.eventbrite.com
Tickets available in store at Fifth Element