Turquoise Jeep Records Tour feat.
Flynt Flossy, Yung Humma, Whatchyamacallit & Pretty Raheem
Two4One, Landalin, BA (Brandon Adams), BK Bambino, Stacie Martin, Jessie Adolph and Andrew Hutchinson, DJ SCALES
17 N 9th St
Columbia, MO, 65201-4845
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
Besides being the rapper behind the viral hits "Did I Mention I Like to Dance" and "Treat Me Like a Pirate," Flynt Flossy is also head of the strange, fun, and mysterious Turquoise Jeep record label/collective. Flossy claims the TJ crew were born on the Internet and not based in any geographic location, but he does admit that he launched the label with R&B singer Whatchyamacallit. Flynt kicked things off in 2009 with an upload of his party rap song "Stretchy Pants," while the beginning of 2010 saw Whatchyamacallit and Flynt join TJ artist Yung Humma on his massive viral hit "Fried or Fertilized." That same year saw the trio come together for another viral Humma hit, "Lemme Smang It." Both tracks landed on that year's Turquoise Jeep compilation Keep the Jeep Ridin', which also featured Flynt's electro-dance number "Did I Mention I Like to Dance." Considered more Lonely Island than Odd Future at this point, Flossy and Humma "went legit" in late 2012 when they joined Childish Gambino for the single "F*ck Your Blog." A year later, Flynt would release another solo single, the party rap track "Treat Me Like a Pirate" ("and gimme that booty").
Yung Humma's sparkling career began after his acquisition by Turquoise Jeep Music. He vaulted into stardom with his hit single "Fried or Fertilized". From then on there was no stopping the Yung Humma express. He followed up his debut single with a whole new type of banger, or should he say smanger? I don't even... "Lemme Smang It" hit the charts and has been rising like a balloon.
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With song titles like "Blacks & Booze, Commissioner Gordon," and "Meteor Man," this fresh new duo is nothing short of entertaining. Two4One consist of the fashion forward dopeness of Belligerent joined by Dutch Young who's described to be The Man, The Myth, The Legend. In a year, these young hustlas made their way from the small bars in Columbia, Missouri to the airwaves in Alaska. Keep your eyes open and your ears locked because they're probably already in a city near you.
Landon Wade Fitzpatrick (born August 30, 1993) better known by his nickname and stage name Landalin was born and raised in Columbia, MO. Landalin found a passion for performing and entertaining at a very early age. Whether it was theater, dance, or music, this kid has been on stage since the preschool/kindergarten days. His freshman year of high school he picked up poetry as a hobby and form of self expression. It wasn't until the summer before his senior year that his friends took notice of his potential and encouraged him to look into recording songs. Rap had always been a love, influenced by his mom who had a collection of Nelly, Shaggy, and Ludacris albums throughout his Elementary school days. In July 2011, he was first introduced to DJ Tsav through a fellow rapper friend who recorded at Savage Block Productions. Months later, Landalin became a regular presence around Savage Block, recording 40+ songs and releasing his first ever mixtape, "Flow 'N' Tell." He gained further recognition throughout the youth of Columbia by directing and producing his own music videos, as well as producing sports anthems for his own high school athletic programs. Recognizing consistency and a driven work ethic towards music and the entertainment business, Landalin was offered an artist position with the SBP team. Landalin stands out as an artist by harnessing and embracing his image as a fun loving, goofy kid with mature, spiritual, and lyrical outlooks on life. The rest is history, but his focus is on the future.
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