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Sounds Like: Eric Benet, Bilal Oliver, Lalah Hathaway, Billy Eckstine, Maxwell
Label: Musical Masterminds Entertainment
Bio: Lyrique is an R&B/Soul artist who has been on the local Saint Louis music scene for more than three years now. Back in 2009, he became a part of a local hip-hop group titled M.M.E. (Musical Masterminds Entertainment). Lyrique began to embark on his solo journey as a artist in the summer of 2010. ... See Full BioMore Info
MME finalizes it's #80DashTour Halloween night at The Gramophone!!! As the tour ends the party is just beginning. So step out in your best costume for a chance to win some free merchandise from artist featured in the show.
Harmonica Dunn Presents!! Second City Citizens Solarfive, Ill Legit, Jams Dean, MME, Frano-Hill, DJ Elliven, DJ White Owl Thu, October 24, 2013 Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm $6.00
Join us as we celebrate the 2nd annual Brave New World with a showcase of new music from the FarFetched roster. In two short years FarFetched has released a huge catalogue of progressive music. We want to continue on this path and help solidify our city as a hotbed for talented artists. You can help support by attending Brave New World and experiencing a diverse lineup of 12 acts as well as visual art installations. We are also very excited to have touring act Mad Dukez and Fresh Kils joining the festivities this year. Dukez hails from Buffalo, NY and has made a name for himself with a slew of dope releases in the past couple years. On his latest, he teams with Toronto-based MPC phenom Fresh Kils for the album Gettin' Gatsby. Known for a blistering stage show, Kils demonstrates his production skills with a solo set as well as playing live while Mad Dukez controls the mic. Catch this duo while they are still on the rise.
Over the course of history within the context of American society, African-American men have been profiled, brutalized, incarcerated and murdered. In a lot of cases, it was simply because of the color of their skin. If we were to look at statistics to form an opinion of black men, we would more than likely make the assumption that as a culture, they are good for nothing. However, there are a plethora of black men (young and old) who work endlessly to portray a different image within society. They are educated. They do great work in the community. They take care of their children. And they live their lives with a strong spiritual base. "What About Us," is a celebration of black men. The purpose of this event is to salute black men and show the world that they are important and worthy of recognition.
Tomorrow and beyond Presents M.M.E.
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