The Good Life/Austin Mic Exchange presents
502 Brushy St.
Austin, TX, 78702
Doors 10:00 PM (event ends at 2:00 AM)
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Crew54 is the start of a legacy and to find out more about it visit www.the54realityshow.com.
Quickly becoming regarded as one of Texas’ brightest new acts, Crew54 is determined to make their way into the game. Combining raw reality lyrics with soul driven banging beats, G-christ and M.O.S. deliver a high energy product that bumps in your system and will blow you away live in person.
After serving in the Army, G-Christ ended up in Killeen, TX. Using his southern breeding, mixed with world traveling experience, he crafted a lyrical style that is versatile, with the ability to sound natural on almost any type of beat. From east coast grimy to southern bounce, G-Christ is ready to destroy any beat and song concept. MOS is constantly crafting his writing style to connect with the listener on all bases. Having worked with bevy of crews, artist, and producers, the unofficial official MOS catalogue is profuse. It was a natural connection when they met, and that moment a legacy for born.
The Good Life/Austin Mic Exchange
The Good LIfe and Austin Mic Exchange team up to bring the best of Austin hip hop to our main stage.
Clemits released his most recent album “My Secret Garden” in March 2011. “My Secret Garden” features the beat production of Tyme, and a collaboration with Project Blowed MC, Riddlore?. The album was mixed and mastered by Deeskee at Weightless Audio in Los Angeles. In support of the album Clemits released three music videos and was a featured guest on Hip Hop Hooray 91.7 fm. On the local radio station, Clemits performed live after he was interviewed. In 2012 Clemits performed at the Colorado Crush Graffiti Festival, toured the West Coast, performed at both the Fun Fun Fun Fest and Emerge Graffiti Festival in Austin.
In 2013, Clemits will release a free EP and his 3rd solo album “Skeleton Crew” produced by Diego Roots drummer Josiah Panella.
Dubb Sicks is "basically a rockstar that spits sick over beats." There is no other way to describe a pure entertainer with razor-sharp lyrics and a stage show that has Texas crowds in an uproar. Originally from Odessa; Sicks now resides in Austin where he was named one of the city's top ten hip hop performers by the Austin Chronicle in 2006, 2007, and 2009 and played the world famous SXSW Festival in 2009 and 2010. His rugged delivery and sometimes crude storytelling ability matched with his energetic stage performance and creative marketing ploys keep him in the thick of the evolving Texas underground music scene.
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