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FRIDAY MARCH 7TH. CACTUS CLUB. 2946 S Wentworth. Bay View. #AboutThatLifeTour 2014. #Trillwaukee #hiphop #liveshows #dope #Milwaukee #BLAXLIFE #WebsterX #VDF #HigherEducationRecords #LexAllen

FRIDAY MARCH 7TH. CACTUS CLUB. 2946 S Wentworth. Bay View. #AboutThatLifeTour 2014. #Trillwaukee #hiphop #liveshows #dope #Milwaukee #BLAXLIFE #WebsterX #VDF #HigherEducationRecords #LexAllen

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Fvck wit us Friday January 3rd as we throw the wildest post NYE rager to begin the year! It’s time to turn up 2014 the right way. 

Fvck wit us Friday January 3rd as we throw the wildest post NYE rager to begin the year! It’s time to turn up 2014 the right way. 

I’m a little late getting to these photos and videos, but thanks again to all who came out and supported the release of my latest project #BLAXEveryday through supporting BLAXLIFE WEEKEND. Fire On Water was too turned up! I had a blast and I really appreciate a huge pour out of support from my city. Milwaukee, it’s hard but its all we got. BLAX.

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Go to djbooth.net to stream my new joint “Wednesday (out of my mind)” featuring Koncept and Bishop Lamont @ http://www.djbooth.net/index/tracks/review/blax-wednesday #Blaxlife #KONCEPT #BishopLamont #eastcoast #westcoast #newmusic #midwest #trillwaukee #hiphop #rap #dope #djbooth

Go to djbooth.net to stream my new joint “Wednesday (out of my mind)” featuring Koncept and Bishop Lamont @ http://www.djbooth.net/index/tracks/review/blax-wednesday #Blaxlife #KONCEPT #BishopLamont #eastcoast #westcoast #newmusic #midwest #trillwaukee #hiphop #rap #dope #djbooth

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Just some trill shit i had on deck. Lets go to church.

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Those Trillwaukee kids link up one more time to hit you with more of that classic hip hop music. “Fell in Love (outro) as sung by Stanley Polyester. Enjoy. #Blaxlife #BLDHNDMVZIK #HardMooney #HigherxThinking

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Last night was awesome. Southpaw, the legendary Brooklyn venue for good underground hip hop music, closed it doors! 
The last show was amazing! I arrived with my crew of loco’s and we went straight backstage. To my surprise, the phenomenal Pharoahe Monch just got off stage, along with the beautiful Jean Grae. It was dope because Pharoahe is a fan of my music and I had the chance to build with him for a few moments. I always appreciate those moments as an ‘artist on the grind’. Those special moments make all the struggles as an artist that much easier. 
It seemed like all of underground hip hop was in the spot last night. Funny how through all I’ve experienced since coming to NYC 2years ago, I’ve seemed to have crossed paths with so many legends and artists on different levels. I’ve been on my grind. I’m thankful!
Reggie Osse & Dallas Penn hosted the event and held it down as they always do. It’s always nice to see Reggie in the mix. He’s definitely someone whom I’d like to model myself after as I grow older within hip hop.

Shout outs to Reggie & The Combat Jack Radio.  The Company Man was also in the building.
Last night was an honor to be apart of. There were so many positives of the night. The icing on the cake was when Jah C, whom organized the event, asked my homie Gramz and I if we wanted to spit a verse for the grand finale. F**king amazing, right! 
I go from just sending farewells, to rocking a packed house in front of some of my favorite artists and personalities. 
Amazing how life works. God is Great.

Last night was awesome. Southpaw, the legendary Brooklyn venue for good underground hip hop music, closed it doors!

The last show was amazing! I arrived with my crew of loco’s and we went straight backstage. To my surprise, the phenomenal Pharoahe Monch just got off stage, along with the beautiful Jean Grae. It was dope because Pharoahe is a fan of my music and I had the chance to build with him for a few moments. I always appreciate those moments as an ‘artist on the grind’. Those special moments make all the struggles as an artist that much easier.

It seemed like all of underground hip hop was in the spot last night. Funny how through all I’ve experienced since coming to NYC 2years ago, I’ve seemed to have crossed paths with so many legends and artists on different levels. I’ve been on my grind. I’m thankful!

Reggie Osse & Dallas Penn hosted the event and held it down as they always do. It’s always nice to see Reggie in the mix. He’s definitely someone whom I’d like to model myself after as I grow older within hip hop.

Shout outs to Reggie & The Combat Jack Radio. The Company Man was also in the building.

Last night was an honor to be apart of. There were so many positives of the night. The icing on the cake was when Jah C, whom organized the event, asked my homie Gramz and I if we wanted to spit a verse for the grand finale. F**king amazing, right!

I go from just sending farewells, to rocking a packed house in front of some of my favorite artists and personalities.

Amazing how life works. God is Great.

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