Join TSZ for Kaduku Clothing's summer release party! It's gonna be a night filled with great island reggae music! A show you don't wanna miss!!!
$5 cover for chance at raffle prizes. Come have fun, support a good cause and enjoy some live Northwest Hip Hop music!!!
St Patrick Day Weekend! We bring you a fantastic show brought to you by Sittin Sidewayz (Bremerton & Silverdale), Trybe Fam Ent (Tacoma & Spanaway), Straight Jacket Ent (Bremerton & Silverdale), IndaStreet Lyfe Music (Bothell-Everett-Seattle) & Solid Rocc Ent (Bremerton & Silverdale)! We present "TROPICAL THROWDOWN" - Saturday, March 16, 2013 at 9pm - The Garage Bar & Grill (Old Romeo's), 6812 Kitsap Way, Bremerton, WA 98312 **Live performances by** - Island Trybe - PO Boxx - Roots Fam - KJ Kazi - IndaStreet Lyfe (DimSum, MackYoun & Jaxx) - Milz Montana We will be capturing live video footage and pictures throughout the whole night! ISLAND AND ST. PATRICK's DAY THEME! 21+ w/valid I.D. Doors Open at 9pm Show Begins at 10pm $12 Door $8 Pre-Sale (Pre-sale will end on Sunday, February 24th) If you have any questions feel free to contact us! We look forward to ROCKIN' WIT YOU at our show!
NW Hip-Hop Showcase
Label: TRYBE FAM ENT.
Manager: SEAN LIZAMA, EUGENE CARBULLIDO, JOE CEPEDA, LANI NAPUTI & FRANK TORRES
Bio: ISLAND TRYBE AKA TRYBE FAM REPPIN 253 TACOMA WASHINGTON, CHAMORRO PEOPLE & PACIFIC ISLANDERS EVERYWHERE!!! ISLAND TRYBE BRINGS A NEW SOUND TO THA GAME BY FUSING THA BEST OF BOTH WORLDS TOGETHER. BEING RAISED IN THA STATES & ROOTED IN THA ISLANDS, ISLAND TRYBE DRAWS INFLUENCES FROM RAP, REGGAE AND...See Full Bio
“Local hip-hop and R&B group Island Trybe is trying to end a sad year on a positive note beginning with ‘Nesian Fest, which starts at 8 p.m. Saturday at Hell’s Kitchen. This event is basically a showcase of Pacific Islanders active in the local hip, R&B and reggae scenes. “’Nesian” is just shorthand for some of the regions local Islanders hail from - Polynesia, Micronesia and Melanesia. “The whole ‘Nesian Fest really is just a coming together of all that,” But it’s also an emotional time for Island Trybe, a group that has been easing back into performing after the deaths of two band members this summer. “It was very hard. It was torturous,” recalled Lizama. “We’re just getting back to it. We owe it to these guys to just keep pushing ”