Get tickets: http://ticketf.ly/1y71N4h The Entertainment Collective and Golden and Emmy present: L.I.V.E. Album Release Party! with special guests: REAL Shine Rob (of Bed Roc) INF! LME Manuel Glory Y Class Friday, December 26th, 2014 The California Brew Haus 402 Ridge Road West Rochester NY 18+ w/ ID $10/$12 Doors at 7:00 --- Follow The Entertainment Collective! All events: www.tecshows.com Facebook.com/tecshows Instagram: @tec_shows Twitter: @tec_shows
Blumzki's First Rochester Performance Opening up for BEDROC
Ryan Bronson open for BedRoc in Rochester
Sounds Like: Wiz Khalifa, Mac Miller, Travie McCoy, Miguel, Fabolous
Manager: Bruce Pilato
The duo BEDROC has spent years plotting their outburst into the new generation of the music scene. Now, with an image that is needed in the hip-hop blend and a sound that catches immediate attention, BEDROC has started their journey of success with one goal in mind: make history.
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“Local hip-hop group BEDROC has proved it can put its own spin on pop's biggest hits. BEDROC's recent single "All Black Everything" shows that the Rochester outfit has elevated its original material to new heights. Using a sample of Jay-Z's "Run This Town," McCollough and Brownyard spit tongue-and-cheek rhymes about their love of darker things. Brownyard opens with, "I got a black everything; the whole studio's black," before proclaiming, "I make funeral clothes ill." McCollough follows up with rhymes about his "Malcolm X frames" and "making hits, Willie Mays." The key to the track, however, is the production. New York City's Evan Brown of E-Note Inc. simplifies things with a catchy beat and chorus that loops a distorted version of Jay-Z's words "All black everything" over and over. You'd think it would get repetitive, but even after 10 listens, the song still sounds fresh. "All Black Everything" is the first single from Bedroc's new mixtape, Bored of Education.”