Lil Uzi Vert

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Lil Uzi Vert

Playboi Carti, G Herbo, SOB X RBE

Sunday, November 26

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm


This event is 18 and over

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Lil Uzi Vert
Lil Uzi Vert
It happens every few years.

An album lands at the right moment to make a timeless mark on not only music, but culture at large. It happened in 2000 with Marilyn Manson’s Holy Wood. It happened in 2008 with Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter III. It’s happening again in 2017. This time, Lil Uzi Vert is the artist, and Luv Is Rage 2 [Generation Now/Atlantic Records] is the album. The anxiously awaited proper full-length debut from the multiplatinum-certified award-winning Philadelphia rapper, fashion icon, and 22nd century rockstar represents a conscious jump into new territory.

“I took this shit more seriously than anything in my whole life,” admits Uzi. “There’s a difference between mixtapes and albums. I’ve done mixtapes. I worked a ton on this though. I wasn’t fucking playing. I made it an album.”

He spent the last three years living up to his promise to be “a rockstar” in the realest sense of the word. 2015’s debut mixtape Luv Is Rage turned all eyes towards him. The 2016 follow-up Lil Uzi Vert Vs. The World earned a nomination in the category of “Best Mixtape” at the BET Hip Hop Awards and an RIAA gold certification. A runaway success, the project yielded the double-platinum “Money Longer”, platinum “You Was Right”, and gold “Ps & Qs” as fan favorite The Perfect Luv Tape arrived hot on its heels. Between headlining the sold out “Parental Advisory” Tour, he scorched the stage with much talked-about performances at Coachella, Lollapalooza, and more.

Capping off a banner year, he emerged as the “Most Listened to Artist on Soundcloud in 2016” and paved the way for a flurry of acts to rise to prominence on the platform. Meanwhile, each and every trend-setting fashion choice that he made broke the internet with viral impact. 2017 saw him feature on Migos’ quadruple-platinum Billboard Hot 100 #1 “Bad and Boujee”—which won “Best Collaboration” at the BET Awards and received nominations for “Best Hip Hop Video” at the MTV VMAS as well as “Top Rap Song” and “Top Rap Collaboration” at the Billboard Music Awards. Moreover, he personally graced the cover of the “Sex Issue” of The Fader and garnered a nod for “Top New Artist” at the Billboard Music Awards.

In the meantime, he quietly laid the foundation for Luv Is Rage 2, unleashing his biggest solo hit to date the triple-platinum “XO TOUR Lif3.” The track peaked at #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 and generated over 303 million Spotify streams and counting, placing him in the “Billions Club” on the platform as well in the Top 50 most-streamed worldwide artists monthly. As he tracked demos in marathon sessions at a Los Angeles studio, the inimitable intergalactic arena rap ballad “XO TOUR Lif3” ignited a creative turning point, blasting open the floodgates as the first single from Luv Is Rage 2.

“It’s weird,” he goes on. “I recorded it before I went on tour with The Weeknd and XO in Europe. Then, I released it on the road. That’s where the title came from. Everybody sings it every night now.”

Luv Is Rage 2 boasts a bevy of even bigger moments. A mosaic of lonely emo rock transmissions from outer space, lean-sprayed psychedelica, and tightly wound trap wordplay, Uzi evolves across the board, dominating soundscapes from longtime collaborators Don Cannon and Maaly Raw. “Wolf Moon” howls with hip-hop darkness, while “Sauce It Up” gets rowdy on a massive chant. “Plug For Real” stitches together grimy lyricism with widescreen vision, making for another blockbuster banger.

“The fucking reaction it gets is crazy,” he says of “For Real”. “It’s an exciting part of this, but all of the records give you a different feel and speak for themselves. It wasn’t just about creating another ‘XO TOUR Lif3’ or ‘Money Longer’…it was about making everything bigger—the lyrics, the melodies, the production, and the features.”

A sequel to his very first project, Luv Is Rage 2 realizes the promise of his talent on every level.

“Luv Is Rage is the initial project I went out with,” he goes on. “That’s the trilogy I wanted to continue. I felt like I was going back to the beginning. My first project had that title. I wanted to go back to that feeling people got to know me on. It’s my first album.”

In the end though, like everything Uzi has done up to this point, no one is prepared for Luv Is Rage 2.

“It’s going to be a surprise,” he leaves off. “For as much as you’ve heard, you don’t know what to expect. It’s just Luv Is Rage 2.”

It’s happening again…Be prepared.
Playboi Carti
Playboi Carti
Just a few years after edging into Atlanta’s hip-hop underground, Playboi Carti released his highly anticipated debut self-titled debut on April 14 2017. The tape debuted at #12 on the Billboard 200. His first release for Interscope Records and AWGE, Playboi Carti features “Magnolia” and “wokeuplikethis*”—two chart-busting singles that embody the 22-year-old rapper’s deeply experimental but hook-heavy sound. Both tracks featured on the Billboard 100 (Magnolia peaked at #8) and appeared on Spotify’s RapCaviar playlist, accolades that affirmed Playboi Carti’s position as one of today’s biggest breakout hip-hop artists. Playboi Carti has also won recognition within the fashion world, landing features in Vogue, GQ and W Magazine. He played to sold out crowds last summer on his debut headlining world tour, including festival appearances at Rolling Loud, Coachella (alongside Lil Uzi Vert and Gucci Mane,) and the Forbes 30 Under 30 festival where he was selected as the 2017 Music Callout.

Playboi Carti released his first album Die Lit as surprise release on May 11 via AWGE/Interscope Records. Die Lit debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200, and amassed over 60K in consumption units in its first week with over 82.1 million streams, more than double the first week streams of his 2017 self-titled debut. The album garnered a great deal of critical acclaim, earning an 8.5 score and Best New Music nod from Pitchfork, who lauded it as a “57-minute sugar high that’s even wilder, more disorienting, and more perversely infectious than its predecessor.” SPIN has praised the album for its “broadcast[ing] a refreshing and well-developed aesthetic–one that feels like Carti’s specific achievement.” Meanwhile, Stereogum has hailed Die Lit as “a strange, exciting, physical record…It bursts with ideas and with personality, and it sets itself immediately apart.” A week following the release, Carti made a surprise appearance on the season finale of Saturday Night Live, joining musical guest Nicki Minaj for a performance of “Poke It Out.” Nicki Minaj is featured on “Poke It Out,” a track included on Die Lit.
G Herbo
G Herbo
G Herbo hails from "Terror Town" in Chicago's East Side, one of the most notorious crime-ridden areas in the country. This lethal and cutthroat environment inspired Herbo to become this generation's premier voice for the voiceless. G Herbo has the life experience, lyrical dexterity, and the vocal inflection of someone far beyond his mere 20 years. No one in the game paints a more deft and vivid picture of the complexities of young street life in America like G Herbo.

In the summer of 2012, Herbo released "Kill Shit" with fellow Chicago emcee and childhood friend Lil Bibby. The song became an instant internet sensation, garnering national attention for the artists with over 12 million YouTube views to date.

Herbo has already released 4 mixtapes and "Welcome to Fazoland" (2014) received critical acclaim --praised by Complex magazine and several other publications for his "dexterous" rapping style as well as the project's "Titanic drill beats" and "contemporary vitality."

On September 29, 2015, G Herbo released his highly anticipated project "Ballin Like I'm Kobe" which has been widely regarded as his best work yet.