JE Media Presents: The After Party
Hosted by Stalley
Danny from Sobrante, Nick Jame$, Young Gully, Symba, OMAYGA, DJ Set by Okeefe of the Blacksmiths & ASAP
1710 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA, 94103
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM
This event is 18 and over
Hosted by Stalley
In 2008, Stalley made his mixtape debut, Goin Ape, with fellow Ohio-native Terry Urban; 2009 followed with the release of the new mixtape MadStalley: The Autobiography, and a newfound reputation as a force on stage. Stalley attended the 2010 Iron Mic Competition in Beijing as the featured MC. He has headlined shows domestically in
Birmingham, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Austin, College Station, Tempe, Oklahoma City, St. Louis, Lowell, Lexington, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Portland, Seattle, Providence, Boston, Chicago, Nashua, Bloomington, Cincinnati, Youngstown, Cleveland, Joliet, Akron, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, DC, Greensboro, Winston Salem, Columbus, Rochester, New York City, Miami, and New Orleans, and internationally in Paris, Antwerp, Lisbon, London, Warsaw, Calgary, Ottawa, and London (Canada). He has performed alongside hip hop heavyweights such as Rick Ross, Drake, Meek Mill, Kendrick Lamar, Big K.R.I.T., Bun B, Curren$y, The Cool Kids, KRS-One,Ghostface Killah, Styles P., Method Man & Redman, Freeway, Camp Lo, Jay Electronica, and Mos Def, and has performed at events such as Rock The Bells, SXSW, Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival, Montreal Jazzfest, and select dates on the 2011 I Am Still Music Tour.
Stalley has worked with producers Ski Beatz on tracks "Address", "S.T.A.L.L.E.Y.", "Do It Big", "Harsh Ave", Rashad Thomas on album Lincoln Way Nights, and J. Rawls on track "Babblin". He is featured on Curren$y's Universal/Def Jam album Pilot Talk ("Address"), released in June 2010, as well as Ski Beatz's Universal/Def Jam projects 24 Hour Karate School and 24 Hour Karate School, Pt. 2. Stalley is also featured on the Warner Bros./Maybach Music Group albums MMG Presents: Self Made, Vol 1 and Self Made Vol. 2, Rick Ross's Rich Forever mixtape, and Rick Ross's full length album God Forgives, I Don't. Stalley completed a sports-themed music project commissioned by ESPN in February 2011, for future use in television and online programming.
Stalley's Lincoln Way Nights (February 2011) received 130K+ downloads and reigned at #2 for Bandcamp hip hop releases. Lincoln Way Nights [Re- mastered] (November 2011) debuted #18 on the iTunes Hip Hop Charts and sold 9K+ copies. Savage Journey To The American Dream
(March 2012) reached 100K downloads in the first week, and was featured as the Stereogum Mixtape of the Week and the Spin Rap Release of the Week (7 out of 10). It was graded an XL by XXL Magazine, and HipHopDX awarded it 4 out of 5. The album release party sold out at SOB's in NYC. Stalley is currently recording for his Warner Bros./Maybach Music Group debut solo album.
Danny from Sobrante
In the depths of East Oakland there is a notorious neighborhood that has produced some of the most violent and influential people in the underworld of the Bay Area. Throughout the madness Daniel Stith AKA Danny From Sobrante (Sobrante Park) has survived being an element of Sobrante Park and made it his mission to present to the world the truth about enduring the conditions of his foundation. His lyrical prowess and in-your-face style of rap convinced listeners that he is confident and not afraid to touch uncharted territory with his songs. He often rhymes to the ladies with sincerity and enthusiasm that lets you know he's experienced what he's talking about in addition DFS sprinkles political awareness and social consciousness feeding fans food for thought and triggering emotions. Currently, still an unsigned hype, his relentless effort at touching the hearts and souls come by way of "the care package" hosted by DJ Rah 2K. Along with a host of visuals and upcoming events Danny From Sobrante plans to make his grind evident in hip hop culture and establish a core fan base that pledges their allegiance with record sales. "The streets are mine!" DFS states with the swagger that makes you feel like you are in his house.
Bay Area Rapper/Singer from Pittsburg, Ca. Nick Jame$ has been making music for approximately 4 years, while at the same time graduating from college with a Bachelors of Science in Marketing & Corporate Management and maintaining a full-time job. On top of it all he is also a co-owner of Giant Elephant, an independent clothing line out of the Bay Area. Nick Jame$'music represents his everyday life from grindin, family, women, smokin weed and much more. Nick has began to create a name in the Bay Area music scene, as well as, other cities and states in and out of the U.S.
You wanna know the definition of gas? Look no farther than East Oakland emcee Young Gully. Combining high octane lyricism with a wisdom acquired from years in the streets, Gully has built a reputation for "gassing" (Oakland slang for going hard) on every beat he touches. "Rappers have the voice of Oakland," says Gully - but unlike most Oakland rappers, he wants to use his voice to inspire the community, rather than perpetrate the same cycle of violence and drug abuse. "Oakland is a good city and it’s not just what’s on the news.But you can’t avoid the violence either."
Certain artists can transcend from strangers to vicarious big brothers to in just a few short lines. On “Easy,” Berkeley, California’s Symba raps, “All I thought in life was dollars / Never got to see Nirvana / Before my bitch looked like Madonna / I was just try’na make my father / Angry that he had left me for growin’ up, me and Mama / Was what forced me to look at rappers like ‘These niggas my father.’” Symba, which has stood for “Young King,” centuries before Disney’s animated protagonist, was certainly raised on the type of Hip-Hop that was unafraid to be brutally self-critical, evident in lines touching on mis-education and ambition at once. “The main thing I try to do is to talk about what I don’t like about myself more than what I like about myself,” explains the wise 23 year-old. “It gives insecurity its own type of voice. That way, they can see what I’m going through, and know they’re not alone.” That type of motivational music will be coming out late 2013 in the form of the New Jack City-inspired 5-song EP Young Nate Nino and in 2014 with the follow-up debut album II More Words, which features Nipsey Hussle, Mistah F.A.B, and Ray J, among others.
OMAYGA is an acronym for One Man Against Your Greatest Army. He is an MC/Producer/Musician from Richmond, California. OMAYGA has been featured on numerous mixtapes and has worked with DJs and producers from across the country. His record label P360 Entertaiment provides a range of top notch talent in R&B and Hip Hop.
$12 adv - $15 dos
All patrons under 21 must buy a $5 drink ticket at the door. Door cover $20!
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