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LIVE IN CONCERT April 29th @ Water Street Music Hall - Tech N9ne's Independent Grind Tour 2014 with Freddie Gibbs, Krizz Kaliko, Jarren Benton, Psych Ward Druggies, Malicious Intent & Homiside!
That's right, Technicians! Strange Music's own Kutt Calhoun will be tearing up the RockStar stage in Cleveland on Saturday, November 24th! Come out and show your support for Strange's Red Headed Stepchild as he makes moves on his solo headlining tour. Cleveland LOVES Kutt...now's your chance to do your part and show it! General admission tickets are $12 in advance, $15 day of show. A limited number of VIP tickets will be available for $15 in advance, $20 day of show. The VIP experience includes entry into the RockStar an hour early, meet and greet with Kutty Cal, and admission to the show. Information on where tickets can be purchased coming very soon! Also performing will be HomiSide & Kount C, Psych Ward's DTK, Steelo, and Matt0matic.
Bio: Mike Parlayan, better known by his stage name Homiside (birthday August 23rd 1985) is an American Hip Hop artist who was born and is currently living in Rochester NY.
Although born in Rochester, his parents are natives of Turkey. In 1988 he moved to Turkey, and lived there for two years, between...See Full Bio
“It’s a singles market these days, so when an album gets released it feels like a big deal. “Back For More” is a debut album from Rochester based rapper Mike Parlayan, aka Homiside. The album is a collection of 22 tracks – some solo, some featuring guest rappers - that consists of new material along with tunes retrospective of Homiside’s career so far. Highlights of this release include “In Thee End,” a tune that features MTV award-winning rapper Tech N9ne along with Kutt Calhoun and Kount C. “Drownin’,” featuring Confession, is slightly psychedelic and menacing and one of my favorites of the bunch. “Symphony of Sorrow” is a solo track with an introspective lyrical vibe that resonates with many other songs on this album. The album as a whole though is more of a straight-up Hip-Hop package (parental advisory sticker and all) that’s powered by digital audio and synthesized by mid-tempo beats. -(clickhere for rest of article)”