Mr. Cheeks (LOST BOYZ) also Namm G from THE LAMA SQUAD album release

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Mr. Cheeks (LOST BOYZ) also Namm G from THE LAMA SQUAD album release

The Antagonist, Namm, DOC ONE, Sid Fly, Master Fuol

Thu, April 19, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$15.00 - $100.00

This event is 21 and over

Mr. Cheeks
Mr. Cheeks
Hails from Queens, NY and is one-third of the group Lost Boyz.
The Antagonist
The Antagonist
DOC ONE
DOC ONE
emcee, producer, dj, graff, b boy!
Sid Fly
Sid Fly
A hip-hop artist from Denver, CO who has opened for artists like G-Unit, Nas, Lil Kim, Fat Joe, Wu-Tang, KRS-One, DMX, Red and Meth. He is part of the Denver based group The Ground Zero Movement.

Sid Fly of The Ground Zero Movement is known as the "Best Entertainer"
in Colorado. Formally known as "Colorado's Best Live Show" and the Spark plug behind "G.Z.M." Sid took a hiatus from rapping to pursue television, becoming the host of Out tha Box TV in '07 and going on to produce several shows. Now Sid has returned to music with his latest single "TWERK THAT" f.
Six O'Clock which is off his upcoming album "RED EYE FLIGHT" making a huge splash on the airwaves. He also dropped a music video called "I'M FEELING FLY" his second single (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEBHhA0bDXM
). "I'M FEELING FLY" has several remixes floating the airwaves and mixtapes including a Jersey Shore remix that is 10-mins long.

Their have been leaks of Sid Fly's 3rd single "UFC (Live @The Ogden)". "UFC"
was filmed live at The Ogden Theatre in Denver during a show with Sid Fly and Snoop Dogg. "UFC (Live @The Ogden)" (
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXiP-5hRrh8) is the trailer for his upcoming mini-movie "RED EYE FLIGHT" which will have unseen footage of the making of the album, music videos, and exclusive interviews with Sid Fly and other celebs. (Can't say names but you'll be suprised)

Doing live shows with the likes of Nas, CeCe Peniston, Busta Rhymes, Redman, Keith Murray, and Living Legends Sid Fly became one of Colorado's most sought after performers. As a solo artist Sid Fly has gained world wide fame for his stage show. While on tour with Tha Alkaholics and Digital Underground, Sid travelled to 30 different cities around the country making some good connections. After the tour Sid took a six month tour of the West Coast (LA, San Diego, Las Vegas, Phx) and New York where he rocked some of the most recognised venues in music. From opening for G-Unit, Dipset, Lil Kim, Fat Joe, Wu-Tang, KRS-One, DMX, Red and Meth at the places like the Hammerstein Ballroom and B B King to smashing a packed house at CBGB's with Travis Barker Sid Fly is consistantly a great performance.

After doing MTV Spring Break with Black Eye Peas Sid deceided to take time off to pursue his TV career. Sid Fly became the face of Out tha Box TV a regional TV show in Colorado. (1.5 million views a week) www.OUTTHABOXTV.net

Sid Fly's 'RED EYE FLIGHT' CD and DVD will be availalble on May 1st. For more free singles goto http://www.clearchannelmusic.com/new2/artists/i/276093?psid=370277.

_SID FLY "YA PILOT TO THE MILE HI CLUB"_
Master Fuol
Master Fuol
Hip-hop has had its fair share of fools, but only one Master. Compared to none but only the likes of the great late Ol' Dirty Bastard and Flava Flav due to his unorthodox style, ODB saw so much of himself in Master Fuol that prompted him to adopting the Master, formed a group with him and passed him the torch. Master Fuol, who is most recognized for his starring role on MTV’s ground breaking “Lyricist Lounge Show,” can easily be considered the Richard Pryor of hip-hop. Much like the legendary comedian, there’s no telling what’s liable to come out of his mouth; but whatever it is, you know it’s going to be wild. It was Master Fuol and his ability to flip a comedic flow in a cipher with freestyle fiend Wordsworth and a few others that brought the idea to Lyricist Lounge co-founder Anthony Marshall to create the sketch comedy show for MTV. Master Fuol’s crazy energy and flawless flows made him the perfect candidate to star in the hip-hop variety show. It was his offbeat characters, as well, that significantly contributed to the “Lyricist Lounge Show” being one of MTV’s highest rated shows during its two season stint. A master of rhythmic flows, Fuol’s often explicit antics, both on and off stage, has made Fuol’s live show an experience few will ever forget.

A product of the borough of Brooklyn, Brownsville, New York, finds comfort and creativity in the grimy streets where he’s affectionately know as “Mayor Fuoliani.” Making light of life situations most could find deplorable, Fuol finds solace in the ghetto life that surrounded him as his life and paints a picture through rhyme as only he can. Maybe it was Master Fuol’s love of grit and grime that prompted the great late Ol’ Dirty Bastard of the Wu-Tang Clan to invite Fuol to open for him on his 1998 tour, or maybe it was because outside of Flava Flav, no one else in the music industry is as unpredictable on stage. The energy and creative vibe made ODB form a group with Master Fuol while on tour along side his brother 12 O' Clock and Poppa Chief of the Brooklyn Zu fam called D.R.U.G.s (Dirty Rotten Underground Grimmies).

Getting his feet wet in the gutters of the New York underground scene, Fuol began doing shows at the infamous Lyricist Lounge and his stand out performances on tracks like Thirsten Howl III’s “I Still Live With My Moms” and his own anthems “Drunkfist,” “Don’t Worr ‘Bout It,” and “Brownsville Kid” made him a hot commodity locally. The growing buzz bought the pair a ticket as the first unsigned acts to attend the “Lyricist Lounge” tour in 1998. Master Fuol later returned to open for Mos Def on the Lyricist Lounge’s second domestic tour. Fuol has worked with some of the industry’s best from coast to coast including the late Big Pun, Snoop Dog, Eminem, Wu-Syndicate, JT Money, Pastor Troy, MJG, Killah Priest, DMX, Def Jef and many more who were all enamoured by his style. It was the bite that his animal magnetism packed that drew all of these artists, so it’s only befitting that his debut effort entitled “ The Epitome of Raw Animal Magnetism.” created such a buzz even though he was not fully behind the release. The project contained 18 of the of the most Uniquely produced and lyrically delivered tracks that has hit the streets in years. Including the pimped out “Master Fuol” which has Kokane sprinkling his savory vocals over Fuol’s macadocious lyrics. Young Roscoe lends his bravado to the syncopated high intensity beat stings' of “Brownsville NY,” while Ol’ Dirty Bastard spits his signature over the whimsical “Last Call.”

Although his style and show is very comical, his skills are no laughing matter. Fuol’s creativity and ability to capture an audience is mesmerizing and brings a refreshing change to the face of hip-hop. Find out what this rare talent has been up to since when Wu-International caught up with him for one of the funniest, honest and insightful interview exclusives, read about his beginnings, his thoughts on Hip-hop, history with Ol Dirty Bastard, the group D.R.U.G and more.. Enjoy!
Venue Information:
Herman's Hideaway
1578 South Broadway
Denver, CO, 80210
http://www.hermanshideaway.com/