Thursday, August 21st, 2014. Reggies Rock Club. 21+. Doors at 9pm. Juicy J. King Louie. DJ Victoriouz. Colt 45. Fake Shore Drive. 1833 Presents.
Yes, the venue and specials guests have now been announced. On top of seeing Juicy J LIVE FOR FREE courtesy of Colt 45, you’ll also be treated to a FREE King Louie show as well as sounds by DJ Victoriouz. It doesn’t get much better than this. No seriously.
Follow Fake Shore Drive (IG / Twitter), 1833 (IG / Twitter) and Colt 45 (IG / Twitter) for details on how to gain access to this once in a lifetime party. YOU CAN NOT BUY TICKETS OR GAIN ENTRANCE AT THE VENUE WITHOUT THE COLT 45 VOUCHER. If you do have a voucher or are on list you MUST arrive early. First come, first serve.
Pay close attention to when and where these vouchers will become available. You won’t want to miss this one. Trust us.
EVENT IS 21+ AND SUBJECT TO LIMITED CAPACITY
Congrats are in order to Jeremih, who just hit #1 on the rhythmic radio charts. As of yesterday’s Jeremih’s most recent hit, “Don’t Tell Em,” featuring the red-hot YG topped said chart. This record has been bubbling for a few months now, so it’s nice to see it has climbed all the way to that number one spot. DJ Mustard and Mick Shultz gave ‘Mih a monster, so let’s see how long it will sit atop the charts.
Late Nights: The Album coming September 30th.
Cam. Bang. Estelle. An unforgettable trio. In this new video, Bang plays a Fatman Scoop-type of host for the track, kicking his standard and hilarious shit talk. “Let The Show Begin” serves as the first release from Cam’s new EP, First of the Month Vol. 3, which should be out any day now.
Lights, camera, action.
Another exclusive from the The Mixtape Mechaniks forthcoming all city mixtape, The Crib. This latest leak comes courtesy of Bodi Deeder and Paris Beuller. Do remember that the tape is hosted by the duo of White Gzus and is set to drop this fall.
They’re on nat with this one, though. Deeder and Paris go all the way in here.
It’s been a long time coming, but it looks like OTF and GBE have finally made amends. The beef between the two camps started well over a year ago, and boiled over into the music. But tonight it appears cooler heads prevailed, as Lil Durk took to Twitter to announce the two factions are back on peaceful speaking terms — which is great news not only for the music’s sake, but to inspire others to seek peace as well. We hope it’s contagious. From the looks of things, Sly Polaroid played a big part in bringing the two sides together.
Fredo Santana also confirmed the burying of the hatchet, but we’ve yet to hear from Chief Keef. Check out Fredo and Lil Durk’s tweets below.
Thursday is the day. 9pm is when the doors open. 21+ is the age to gain entry. Yes, our very special secret show alongside Colt 45 and 1833 Presents with Juicy J is tomorrow night. You can only gain access to this very special FREE evening with a voucher or by being on list. However, we are giving out some super exclusive tickets today. Five pairs to be exact. How can you win? Well, you must hit the jump to find out.
We’ll be giving away tickets sporadically over the next 24 hours — including some special locations throughout the city. But today, we’re bringing them to you through the FSD site.
Location will be announced at Midnight. As will special performing guests. Stay tuned.
Shot and chopped by Forman James. Produced by Ricco On The Beat.
Stunt Taylor’s gearing up to release his Stuntin’ On Turbo mixtape early next month and today, he drops off the official video for the project’s opening track — “I Remember”.
Check out the video above. Also, Stunt’s Fe Fe On The Block EP just hit iTunes. Cop that here.
Shot and chopped by Impakt Studio.
This past weekend, Chicago and Dreamville’s own Omen hit the stage at Nike’s World Basketball Festival. In the clip above, Omen speaks a bit on what it’s like to perform at the festival and spits a crazy verse acapella. Check it out.
Omen’s new project, Elephant Eyes, is due out later this year. I suggest you keep your eyes and ears open for that.
Directed by TDF Media Group.
Blanco Caine’s been pretty busy as of late. In the midst of working on three new projects, Blanco connected with his partner-in-crime Bodi Deeder for the tough “Charlemagne”.
Press play above and look out for Blanco’s Stackin’ & Mackin’ project with Gzus Piece to surface before he delivers his Politics and Syrup & Sauce projects later this year.