About This Event
- One (1) GA ticket
- Entry to the venue 1 hour earlier than standard doors
Spotify Presale: Wed 3/1 @ 10:00am
Live Nation Presale: Wed 3/1 @ 10:00am
Ticketmaster Presale Wed 3/1 @ 10:00am
MMW Presale: Thurs 3/2 @ 10:00am
Support: Night Lovell, DC The Don, Micro
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Canadian rapper/producer Night Lovell embraced a dark and mysterious style from the start, working with tense beats and haunting vocal samples. His lyrics skewed toward darkness and pain on much of his work, resulting in a viral hit with his first single and huge fanfare for his brooding full-length releases like 2016's Red Teenage Melody.
Night Lovell was born Shermar Paul in Ottawa, Ontario in 1997. His father was rapper MC Renegade, and Paul grew up in a highly musical environment and was working on his own tracks by his teenage years. He first focused on production, working under the name KLNV (or Killanov) but took on the Night Lovell moniker and began rapping in 2013. In 2014, his song "Dark Light" was an immediate success, being streamed tens of millions of times and bringing Night Lovell's ominous energy to a worldwide fan base. Fiercely self-reliant, Night Lovell independently released his 2014 project, Concept Vague, as well as its 2016 follow-up, Red Teenage Melody. The rapper crafted many of his own beats and sometimes recorded vocals in his closet. He went dormant for a short time, but returned in 2019 with Goodnight Lovell, a lengthy album that included collaborations with $uicideBoy$, Gnar, and Lil West.
Eem Triplin is a 21-year-old artist/producer from Johnstown, PA. In the past two years, Eem has built a name for himself as one of the underground’s go-to producers, crafting the beats behind many of $NOT’s fan favorites such as Revenge, Benzo, and Davanti. As his production catalog began to build so did his passion for rapping.
Crediting both Tyler, the Creator, and Kanye West as his creative influences — Eem is making strides into the world of an artist with his self-produced single, “Awkward Freestyle.” The single has garnered over 20 million streams since its release in March of 2022 and Eem’s profile as a recording artist is building monstrous momentum.
Raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, DC the Don (aka Daijon Davis) moved to Los Angeles when he was 16 to pursue a career in basketball. At the same time the talented youngster also had an interest in rap and decided to ditch his basketball career to focus full-time on his music career. Debuting in 2017 with the track "Everything 1K" the rapper quickly made a name for himself, with the track being snapped up to appear in a television commercial. With his style combining heavy 808 beats and horror-related themes, his debut EP, Halloween on 47th St. appeared just a few months later. DC continued to issue tracks online, with streaming figures reaching into the millions. The EP, DC Fridays, appeared in 2019 and the following year, DC dropped his debut album, Come as You Are. Teaming up with producers such as Trademark and Garza, the album also included guest spots from YBN Almighty Jay and DDG. A deluxe edition followed a few months later, which expanded the release with another five tracks. 2021 saw him issue a slew of releases while also collaborating with the late Sad Frosty on "Beavis and Butt-Head" and jetsonmade on "REROUT3." DC kickstarted 2022 with the release of his sophomore album, the expansive My Own Worst Enemy.
Micro slightly changed his style with each album and moved toward trance without forsaking his breakbeat roots. By the end of the '90s, he had become one of the most popular DJs on the East Coast, considered in the same class of superstar DJs as and Scott Henry. Like his superstar peers, Micro toured often, particularly on the East Coast. His popularity spanned the States, though. For instance, DJ Times magazine put Micro on the cover of its 1999 Winter Music Conference edition, surely a testament to his reputation as one of North America's largest draws. ~ Jason Birchmeier, Rovi