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[TIPS] How To Enjoy You’re First Music Dance Festival

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download_48Want to enjoy your next dance music event – then follow these tips and make the most of it.

Make Sure To Wear Comfortable Shoes (non open toed ones)

One of the major determining factors of whether you will be able to enjoy yourself at one of these events is being dressed comfortably. Make sure to wear shoes that you will be able to dance in (it should also be a pair that you don’t care too much if they end up getting destroyed) – it could be one of the worst decisions you ever made to wear flip flops since people will be trampling all over your feet. Invest in cute flats or converse shoes. Heels are a definite no.

Have Enough Cash On Hand To Buy Water

If you are planning to go to a rave that is going to last a while, you will need to have plenty of water. A regular set will typically last 4 to 5 hours, and marathon sets may go as long as 10 to 11 hours. So make sure you and your friends stay hydrated to survive the night. There are going to be lots of sweaty people around.

What To Wear

Don’t overdress and make sure you are comfortable. You can wear shorts and a cute crop top that has a bandeau. Here is a good site.

Find out who the DJ is going to be and the songs that they will be playing.

Are you going to wear an Armin Only t-shirt to a Markus Schulz set? Do you know who is going to be performing and the kind of music they will be playing? Do you understand what the difference is between house, techno and trance? Before you go, make sure you have these things figured out, otherwise you could end up looking like a fool.

Take A Fanny Pack To Put Your Phone In

Fanny packs have made a comeback and they are very useful to have if you would like to carry things with you without needing to lug around a purse or backpack. The amount of phone thieves is increasing, and you don’t want to be forced to replace your new phone.

Accessorize

Dance music is a colourful genre and as such you should accessorise before you go to any event. Our advice is to ensure you have your sun glasses, glow stick and whatever else before you get there as it will be a lot cheaper than purchasing them there.

Go With Your Significant Other Or Good Friends

If you haven’t ever been to a rave, the most fun part of all is enjoying it with your significant other or good friends. It can be okay to go with people that you don’t really know very well, however better to stay with those you know unless you are really sure about them.

Plan For How You Will Be Getting Home

Make sure you are prepared. Know who will be driving and all the details about that. Plan on how you will be getting home, and have a place to crash (in case the designated driver isn’t okay to drive). The last thing you want is to end up in the headlines of the news tomorrow.

Take Earplugs With You

If you don’t want to develop tinnitus (ringing in the ears), then make sure to take high-quality earplugs with you. On Amazon they are just $15. If there isn’t time for you to order a set online, just go to Walmart and buy a cheap disposable pair for $3.

Take Sunglasses With You

The lights are extremely bright, and you might not like staring directly into the sun whenever you are in a crowded, dark place. So take some sunglasses with you.

Take Scrunchies Or A Hair Tie With You

If is going to get very hot, so by the time that the night is over you will most likely be dripping sweat (particularly if it is indoor). So take hair tie with you just in case you need it so that you don’t have to suffer from all of the humidity.

Be Ready To Be Pushed, Squished And Touched

Depending on which event you attend, most likely there will be lots of people who are jammed into one room. The action always occurs close to the stage, so be prepared for people trampling, squishing and pushing you.

Enjoy, Relax And Have Lots Of Fun

Despite all of the potential downfalls, most likely your rave will end up being the most memorable for you. So keep the above tips in mind, relax, enjoy it and have lots of fun!
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Event Recap: Listening Session For Psychotic (11/07/2015)

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IMG_0475Last week, myself and a good friend Elisha Gomez attended a listening session for a local artist named Psychotic. The event took place in Manhattan lot lounge walking distance from Madison Square Garden. The party was intimate; all together there was no more than 25-30 people in attendance (majority of who were close friends and family with the artist). At the event for media coverage there was me representing NikkiSiixx and a contributor for Buzzfeed. This was fine with me since I was able to get an exclusive look at talented artist before the masses (potentially) does.

After giving the party goers a couple hours to enjoy the free drinks (provided by Kerby Kups) and music, the man of the night came out and started performing cuts from the recently released mixtape titled Here’s My Resume. I watched as the majority of the crowd rapped along with him word for word, thanks to them I was able to follow the lyrics (the sound wasn’t great from the equipment). Of course I wanted to listen with an open ear, and I enjoyed each song more than the last one.

After the performance was over, I was able to use my blog privileges to converse with Psychotic. Here are a few takeaways from our conversation.
• He has been rapping since he was eight years old, didn’t write a rap until he was 14 years old.
• Formally used the name Champ E, Sinister, Psychotic Rapper before finally settling on Psychotic.
• He knows his sound doesn’t match his name, he doesn’t mind it.
• Very confident, believes he’s versatile enough to satisfy any music lover.
• In ten years, he sees himself being a star in every sense.
• Believes that the most important actors in reaching success is having a strong self-discipline and believing in yourself no matter what.

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All things considered, I feel that the event was a small gathering of people who believe in the talent of a young man with the work ethic to take him places, beautiful sight to see really as no matter what happens, I feel those people will still be with Psychotic wherever he is ten years from now.

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Event Recap: Ducqets Pop Up Show with Royce Rizzy at Psych Ward Skate Shop in LA

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NikkiSiixx.com attended Ducqets Pop Up Show (Meet and Greet) with Royce Rizzy at Psych Ward Skate Shop in Fairfax, California. Opening performances I was able to catch were the Extindo Gang, Nyzzy Nyce, and Bizzy Crook. Royce Rizzy discusses his tracks from Pre-Rolled and gives us a close up performance.

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Event Recap: MiaJamFest 2015 at LMNT

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2ndannualThis passed Saturday, I attended the Second Annual MiaJamFest at LMNT. I would have to say this was over the top compared to last years event. The venue was big enough to fit everyone, a really dope line up of performers, amazing fashion from local fashionistas, and overall a great vibe. MiaJamfest provided a photo booth, vendors to get to know, and gift giveaways from Soles Inc. Man, they even had break-dancing, model runway, large projection screen featuring the talents of the night. Dj Bre killed it with the music he was playing. Shoutout to Webbz, Xali, Lady Llama, and Quest on their bomb ass performances. I have nothing but love for the coordinators of this event Ashley Jones, and her team of women who only work hard. I always have fun at MiaJamFest! If you missed out catch the photos below and if not stay tuned with MiaJamFest for photos/videos to be released.
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@ladylama_ performing live at @miajamfest #miami #hiphop #femcee #lmnt #Nikkisiixxdotcom #miajamfest

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Event Recap: In The Trenches – Nipsey Hussle’s Crenshaw Pop Up Shop at 8and9 The Showroom

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8&9 Clothing hosts LA’s own Nipsey Hussle Meet x Greet and Pop-Up Shop at their Miami Showroom. Nipsey, who was in town for a performance at The Stage, dropped by the Miami Streetwear brand’s location to meet with fans and provide some of his Crenshaw merchandise which was available to purchase. Right after, Nipsey hits The Stage Miami, to perform new cuts from his mixtape, “Mailbox Money” and other hits from his Marathon series with guest appearances by Coby Supreme and BH. Check it out. #8and9Life – @8and9.

Shot By @YoungWildPanda x Assistant Camera CBread

“Mailbox Money” is available now on iTunes

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Event Recap: #BLOGFEST2014

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BLOGFEST 4th Annual Networking Event brought to you by NikkiSiixx.com. A Night Event that is meant for Bloggers, Musicians, Producers, DJs, Clothing Lines, and Music Lovers. Held at Propaganda Lake Worth, Florida. Live Performances By ER305, B2DADOT, CHYNA J, AVIANT REDZ, ART MORERA, and UNHEARD OF. Sponsored By: NikkiSiixx.com, BEZ Stylz Clothing Line, SAE Institute, Vice City Cypher, Jojosblock.com, and Womazing.com.

Audio: Ron Slyda – Blue Summer
Video/Editor: NikkiSiixx

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Top 25 Music Posts of 2014 via NikkiSiixx.com

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top 25 20142014 has been a crazy year for NikkiSiixx.com and we couldn’t be happier bringing you the dopiest of the dope from the Underground Hip-Hop Scene. NikkiSiixx ventured off with her NikkiJoMazing Series, then Her Lootcrate Unboxing Videos, & her Catch Up With The Artist Series from NETWERK. I decided to create a list of the post viewed most that were featured this year 2014. Starting the count down at NUMBER 25 with…

[25] MIXTAPE: BLKSUNCHILD – Hii On The Lows via @DrewTheLoon
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[24] MUSIC VIDEO: E.GRIZZLY – MOORE via @DrewTheLoon

[23] #SMAKTASKTIKREVIEW: FRANC GRAMS – MISTAKES via @PedroSmaktastik
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[22] DOWNLOAD: MIR FONTANE – HE SO CRAZY MIXTAPE via @NikkiSiixx
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[21] #MIDWESTBEST: CRYSTAL LA’JUENE “LIKE THIS” via @MIDWEST_MELLY

Crystal Lajuene-Like This (Official Music Video) from Nosaki on Vimeo.

[20] #MIDWESTBEST: “USED TO BE BOBBY & DARRICK” – via @MIDWEST_MELLY
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[19] MUSIC VIDEO: KATO DOX – LAND OF THE FEES, HOME OF THE SLAVES via @CraccCobain

[18] NEW MUSIC: KEMBE X – HYDROCODONE (POKER FACE) via @IamJQuest
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[17] INTERVIEW: B2DADOT via @NikkiSiixx
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[16] MIXTAPE REVIEW: NOAH – PROGRESSIVE MINDSTATE via @NikkiSiixx
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[15] INSTRUMENTAL EP: CHRISTINE – BETTY “MOE” TREZZA via @NikkiSiixx
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[14] DOWNLOAD: ART MORERA – AROUND MIDNIGHT via @NikkiSiixx
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[13] NEW MUSIC: JR – 94′ BIGGIE via @NikkiSiixx
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[12] #SMAKTASTIKREVIEW – JAYOMEGA READY SET GO 3 – via @PedroSmaktastik
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[11] #SMAKTASTIKREVIEW – NOEARTH – LAWST ft JOE MAS $ THESIS via @PedroSmaktastik
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[10] #SMAKTASTIKREVIEW – MOTORCITY KAM – JULY ’91 EP via @PedroSmaktastik
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[09] #MIDWESTBEST: A-HI – SKYWALKERS via @MidWestMelly

[08] NEW MUSIC: TYLER KEYS – IS IT WORTH IT? via @NikkiSiixx
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[07] MUSIC VIDEO: THE LOST SOULS – AIN’T WORRIED BOUT NUN via @IAMJQUEST

[06] MIXTAPE REVIEW: XALI – THE AMERICAN HOUSE SLAVE via @NikkiSiixx
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[05] #SMAKTASTIKREVIEW: SKOTT SUMM3R2 – #EVILRYU via @PedroSmaktastik

[04] MUSIC VIDEO: KEEZ x DANNY TOWERS – SELENA via @DrewTheLoon

[03] MUSIC VIDEO: ERIC BIDDINES – RAILROADS/UNFINISHED via @NikkiSiixx

[02] INTERVIEW/REVIEW: THE VERBAL SURGEON – DAY BY DAY EP via @DrewTheLoon
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AND HERE COMES THE NUMBER ONE MOST VIEWED MUSIC POST ON NIKKISIIXX.COM GOES TO…

[01] DOWNLOAD: EBANGA – ONCE UPON A TIME EP via @NikkiSiixx
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Thank you everyone who have supported us throughout the years and we can’t wait for the new year! Supporting Locals, Underground Hip-Hop, Video games, Movies, TV & MORE!

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Event Recap: 11/6 OASIS11 at TSL Lounge

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Last Thursday Night, I headed over to The Social Lubricant Lounge in Wynwood for WakeUpStar’s Event. Featuring dope music by DJ Bre, and a great line up of underground hip-hop artists. I just love the environment very chill and laid back. It’s on a patio that allows you to be outside with or without roofing. You’re able to gaze up to the stars. Huge projector playing a live basketball. There’s a bunch of sitting areas, hookah, smoke friendly environment. By the time I got there I was only able to catch 2 performances. I caught Webbz and Xali.

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Here are some updates from the performers that night:

@WEBBZCX — We released Medicinal [EP] at the end of September and the response has been overwhelming. It’s approaching 2 months since the release and we’re still keeping the momentum with visuals and behind the scenes footage. This year also marked my first time performing at A3C which was an amazing experience.

My most recent performance at Oasis Eleven’s Street Dreams show was Dope. The venue was amazing and the crowd was receptive to all the performers. It was the perfect platform for an MC to perform. Overall, Street Dreams was a great event.
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@NOEXnotonearth — Oasis 11 was a Great venue. Nice to build with like minded individuals. Also the quality of people where good really brought together a diverse crowd all so talented in their own way. Looking forward to more events from Oasis 11 the host and Dj were really on top of they’re game from the introduction of each artist to the music they were playing. Peace to the Host and everyone who had a hand in the event. Need more events like oasis 11.

@MusicByMercy — Tell you the truth, I didn’t know what to expect of the OASIS event. I kinda predicted to be a dope night of great vibes and good energy – and that was the outcome of that night. It was refreshing to be around live art and dope hip hop. A defining moment of clarity. I am just grateful of the opportunity to showcase my talent and connect with others. Huge shoutout to WAKEUPSTAR, SEAN BANG and DJ BRE – and everyone else that help make the night a kodak moment.

@MikeyMarriott — Oasis 11 is bringing real culture to the scene. The music, food, vibe and social setting is a breath of fresh air for Miami nightlife.

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@XALIUNKNWN — Being able to perform at oasis 11 was a supreme experience. It is rare that you find promoters and people who use there expertise to influence the culture effectively on a weekly basis. Wakeupstar, AllLikeMinds, and DJ bre have been the catalyst to that with the brand they created with Oasis11 . As a young artist, to be apart of a movement that goes beyond the average soflo limitations of expected vibes is devine . Receieved alot of love from the people, the music by Dj Bre and Sean Bang never died, and got the opportunity to share my art with the people of my city. This Is Definitely something for the culture, Which is one of the main reasons I do music.

Stay tuned for this Thursday next OASIS 11!!!

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Event Recap: 2014 Boston Sneaker Jam Documentary by Dante Luna

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IMG_2830-0.JPGCheck out the exclusive recap Dante Luna captured for The 2014 Boston Sneaker Jam. If you’re not familiar with this event it’s meant to bring sneaker enthusiast from all over New England to celebrate Hip Hop & Fashion. From musicians, to skateboarders, to people who look at a pair of Jordan’s and makes a lamp with it, the sneaker culture in America has had an impact on contemporary style and attitudes. If you love the way Dante Luna brings things to life with his visual you should definitely take a look at his YOUTUBE CHANNEL, for so much more!

Directed by Dante Luna
Filmed by Dante Luna, Rompe and Johnny Fresh
Brought to you by 777 Entertainment & Laced Boston
Music by Dutch ReBelle, REKS, Choppa the Beatboxa, V.Knuckles, Ea$y Money
THUMBNAIL photo: ‘Art and Sole’

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Recap: BSC x Da Mafia Six x Bizzy Bone n FleshNBone at Grand Central Miami

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wearebscCheck out the exclusive Recap of Bone Thugs N Harmony (Bizzy Bone & FleshNBone) x Da Mafia Six x and of course hometown homies BSC (Beautiful Struggle Crew). They performed live at Grand Central Miami on August 16th 2014. The show was crazy! View the recap and don’t forget to Follow BSC on IG/Twitter: @WeAreBSC and their website WEAREBSC.COM

Video Credits:
Videography – @JulioImage
Editor – @NikkiSiixx

NIKKIJOMAZING: S1 EP20 – Recap of #GirlsInMusic Seminar by SAE & HypeGirls

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IMG_2360NikkiSiixx x JojosBlock x Womazing brings you NIKKIJOMAZING a weekly hip-hop show brought to you by these four strong women in the hip-hop community. We bring you an exclusive recap of us speaking at #GirlsInMusic Seminar series brought to you by HypeGirls.com at SAE Miami Institute. Tune In every Monday for a new episode of NikkiJoMazing. Don’t forget to subscribe and follow us on twitter @NikkiJoMazing.

The NEW Music Scene: 10 New Jersey Rappers That Are Likely To Blow Up

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red-and-black-imageOver the last decade we have seen various underground artists rise to stardom and put their city on the radar. Think about it. Most states or major cities have a rapper that’s on the rise. Kendrick Lamar, and YG have been holding it down for Compton while Chance the Rapper, Dreezy, Chief Keef and Lil Herb have us talking about Chicago. The south has always been hot, but isn’t as big as the days when we had ’07 Lil Wayne spitting over DJ Khaled’s “We Taking Over” record or even ’04 Ludacris yelling “Get Back, Get Back!” Regardless, we are still bumping Migos, Rich Homie Quan, Kirko Bangz, and Young Thug like no tomorrow.

New York has always been known for breaking the next big thing. Bobby Shmurda and Troy Ave are two recent artists to blow up that come to mind. Often, when I try to share local music with hip-hop fans, I eventually bring up the artist’s location. At which point I begin to say, “New…” and typically people cut me off and say “York.” Then I awkwardly say “Jersey.” New Jersey is one of the most slept on places when it comes to music, and New Jersey rappers know this. A majority of NJ talent think this: “If you are from South Jersey, you go and get your buzz in Philly. If you are from North Jersey, then you go and grind in NYC.” Despite the barriers that NJ rappers face to get exposure, there are quite a few that are really making a name for themselves. Below are 10 rappers from New Jersey that are likely to blow up. These guys are creating their own lane, building their fan base, and of course, repping NJ wherever they go.

Apollo the Great

Apollo the Great – Camden, New Jersey

Derek

Derek – Long Branch, New Jersey

NJ Rebels

NJ Rebels -Rahway, New Jersey

Mir Fontane

Mir Fontane – Camden, New Jersey

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H’z (Da$h & Retchy P) – Hackensack, New Jersey

YoAstrum

YoAstrum – Winslow, New Jersey

Sule

Sule – Englewood, New Jersey

Topaz Jones

Topaz Jones – Montclair, New Jersey

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Guy Harrison – Voorhees, New Jersey

DEF-Bananas

DEF- Bananas – Cherry Hill, New Jersey

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The AWKWORD – Approved Female Rappers List

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My daughters were listening to Kesha, Nicki and Iggy… So I showed them Roxanne Shante, MC Lyte, Debbie Harry, Nefertiti, Foxy Brown and Lauryn Hill, and I presented them with The AWKWORD-Approved Female Rappers List. It features women killing it on the mic right now. – @AwkwordRap

To me, there is nothing more important than showing my girls that women — and especially famous women — can be powerful, strong, creative and intelligent. To be successful, you don’t need a big ass or big tits, you don’t need to sell yourself; you can be you and be brave, like men get to be without thinking twice. My mom made me this way. Janis Joplin made me this way. Aretha Franklin made me this way. Maya Angelou made me this way.

There is a bad stereotype (perpetuated by my very own 100% for-charity World View album, which, admittedly, features only one woman, on the bonus disc) that there aren’t many talented female emcees. The fact is, they just get marginalized — even more than do independent, intelligent male rappers. There are many women out there who aren’t just ill female rappers but ill rappers period. Nicki Minaj herself was one of the top lady emcees outta New York before she flipped her shit. And who could blame her? It means double platinum, super stardom.

Yeah, nearly any of the women below could sell her soul, but I doubt it… So, here are my top 20, as emailed to my little girls.

1) Jean Grae (@JeanGreasy )
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2) Rah Digga (@therealrahdigga)
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3) Rapsody (@rapsodymusic)
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4) Nitty Scott, MC (@NittyScottMC)
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5) Mary Magdalan (@marymagdalan)
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6) Boog Brown (@BoogBrown)
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7) 3D Na’Tee (@3DNATEE)
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8) Psalm One (@PsalmOne)
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9) L.A. (@UCanCallmeLA)
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10) Invincible (@invincibleDET)
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11) Eternia (@therealEternia)
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12) StaHHr (@stahhr)
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13) Snow Tha Product (@SnowThaProduct)
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14) Signif (@SigNif)
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15) Raven Sorvino (@RavenSorvino)
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16) Sasha Go Hard (@SASHA_DARAPPER)
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17) Chippy Nonstop (@chippy_nonstop)
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18) Audra The Rapper (@AudraTheRapper)
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19) RA the MC (@RAtheMC)
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20) Dutch Rebelle (@DutchReBelleFN)
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Rap Singer. Activist. Sociologist. Gonzo Journalist.
NYC x Upstate NY x Worldwide

CraccCobain Recap: Firefly Music Festival (June 18-21 2014)

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fireflySummer is a season that’s always well looked forward to especially after long winters. I was honored to start this summer at the Firefly Music Festival in Dover, DE. This a new experience for me and I most say I was impressed. The main act I looked forward to seeing at this festival was Outkast. It has been on my bucket list since I was in second grade to see Outkast perform live so already had me hyped. Then I learned that there were other good hip-hop artists like Vic Mensa, Chance the Rapper, Childish Gambino and G-eazy. Vic Mensa had the first hip-hop set early on Friday (June 19th) and put one hell of a show. He has a great stage presence and made sure to interact with the crowd and have everyone dancing. After his set was finished I checked out acts from a few other genres and found a few good acts like the Mowgli’s, arctic monkeys and airborne toxic event. Later that night I say chance the rapper’s set which was good as I expected it to be especially since he was the most talked about artist of the day other than the foo fighters. I finished off Friday by turning up with A-trak and then rocking out to The Foo Fighters. Vic Mensa
Saturday I woke up excited for another day of great music especially since I would be seeing Outkast live by the end of the night. I used my time up until then watching great performances from the likes of twenty one pilots, royal teeth, third eye blind, cage the elephant, walk off the earth and imagine dragons. I stood up for nearly two hours before Outkast was scheduled to start their performance to make sure to have a good spot for their set. That was a brilliant idea because an hour before the performance was scheduled to start you could see faces lined up to watch Outkast for as far back as you can see. Andre 3000 came out wearing the white Stankonia wig and a black jumpsuits with “Children of the Cornbread” written across the front. Outkast Big Boi had on a more simple dickies styled black outfit with a red fitted cap. They ran threw all of their classic joints and stood there reciting all of the lyrics word for word as did a few others around me. They even brought the great Sleepy Brown as they performed songs like “SpottieOttieDopalicious” and “SouthernPlayerlisticCadillacFunkyMuzik”. The show was definitely worth the anticipation.
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Sunday was a quite relaxing final day of the festival. I saw G-eazy put on one hell of a show a few hours before releasing his latest project. I also saw sets from wild cub, weezer, the lumineers and ziggy marley. I finished off the weekend by watching childish gambino put on a show that made me earn a new respect for him as an artist. After such an incredible weekend I look forward to going back next summer and definitely recommend you all to join me out there.

 

Event Recap: 07/20 NETWERK at 8and9 The Showroom

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Check out my event recap for NikkiSiixx.com & 8and9’s Networking Event – “NETWERK” at The Showroom (Miami, Fl) Everyone met face to face with artists, bloggers, music lovers, producers, emcees, djs, and more. Live performances by Cashis Stone, Chris Black, Art Morera, Frantz Mza, and Ebanga. The artist were given an opportunity to rock at the shop. By entering to be apart of NikkiSiixx.com’s compilation series NETWERK VOL EIGHT.

Beat Produced By: DJ TR3S
Filmed By: Kimber Vasquez
Video Editor: NikkiSiixx

Event Recap: 02/24 iScream Sundays at The Goose Lounge

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Recap of NikkiSiixx.com event iScream Sundays on 02/24/13. Featuring The Walking Dead Episode on all flat-screens and wall projector. Live Performances by Glocky Davis, Gill Graff, Unheard Of, JKillahCash, and Brenton Brown. Every Sunday at The Goose Lounge 3008 Grand Avenue FREE SHOW 21+ Ladies Drink Free 10PM-1AM