Bridge the Gap | Tre Butler, Kayo Da Beast, Josiah Odin

Tre Butler

Tre was recently nominated for the 2018 Lyricist of the Year of Tampa Bay and was also the winner of the Ultimate Showcase Performance in Tampa.



Tre’s unique sound can be best described as aggressive soul - the best of both worlds. He encapsulates his live performances with raw grit, emotion, and an exciting stage presence. Personal experiences and real emotion drive Tre’s music. Tre hopes to positively impact the lives of his followers, locally and around the world, by sharing his story through music.

Tre’s unique sound can be best described as aggressive soul - the best of both worlds. He encapsulates his live performances with raw grit, emotion, and an exciting stage presence. Personal experiences and real emotion drive Tre’s music. Tre hopes to positively impact the lives of his followers, locally and around the world, by sharing his story through music.

Kayo Da Beast

Kayo (Born Khalif Rashid Brooks) was born on December 17, 1991 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is the youngest of seven children. Kayo spent seven years in Philadelphia and during that time, he faced hardships that no child could be prepared for. At the age of two he and his siblings sadly suffered the loss of their mother. That same year his father was sent to prison. These unfortunate events caused him and his siblings to be split up and sent to different homes. At age seven he and his new family moved from Philadelphia and relocated to St. Petersburg, FL. In 2010, at the age of 18, Kayo Da Beast was fortunate enough to find his talent with words. While he began to record songs as a hobby, over time it became a passion that he now pursues full time.

Josiah Odin

Josiah Odin started music when he was 16 years old and always had the passion for the arts. Jeremy Negroni was born on June 8th, 1995 in North Bergen, NJ. Odin grew up listening to Rock, Rap Hip-hop, and Spanish music due to his Spanish culture. He is 100 percent Puerto Rican. Odin has always had the passion for writing and drawing since he was a child and till this day still keeps up with it. It wasn’t til he moved to Clearwater, FL where he realized becoming

a hiphop/rap recording artist was what he wanted to accomplish. Josiah has a lyrical melodic vibe that brings to a beat. Songs like “It’s a Storm Comin’” or “KING ODIN” that give you a more storytelling and a lyrical sound to the tracks. Odin continues to give music til this day as he is getting ready to release his 2nd EP which does not yet have a title. He plans to start performing around FL and other states and hopefully outside the U.S.

$15.00 - $20.00

Tickets

Bridge the Gap featuring Tre Butler, Kayo Da Beast, Josiah Odin

21+ | Standing Room Only

Doors: 7pm

Show: 8pm

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