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The Finale was so awesome that Tequila Sheila wants everyone back for an Encore Performance. March 18th it is going down for St. Pattys Day Weekend. This time the show is hosted by Hip Hop Extraordinaire - Nino Graye!!! ...Nino is amongst a dying breed of emcees that are coming back to life. The true lyricist style!!! This will be the showcase to see!!! With Performances by: C-Fifth Ghiftd Damnear Crazy Philippe Philly B Breadwineers MG Naypalm Nasty N8 Jay Mitch Fif Element and more.... If you missed any of them before, Don't Miss this Encore Event!!! Jason Kelley Brings a great element to the whole event by allowing great performers showcase their talents all on one stage and create the Hip Hop scene of the Past. From when the element of Hip Hop was at it's most influential. When artists were all about coming together for the music and letting people know that true lyricism and emceeing is still alive!!! Great drink Specials $5 cover Come be a part of this Legendary Night!!!! Show starts early for St. Pattys Day Weekend specials!!! 8pm-midnite...
Jason Kelly Presents : NayPalm of Triple "R" Industries With Performances by : Nasty N8 Herb Jones, Nuddy Fingas and more !!! BE THERE TOLEDO !!!
Donny P Presents: Jason Kelley, with special guests: C-Fifth, Mystik, Napalm, and Denim
Manager: JL Entertainment Services
Bio: This Is Jason Kelley. I’m from Ohio. I grew up listening to 70’s rock and 80’s Hip Hop. I don’t characterize my style in any of the predetermined categories (swagger, street, old school, new school, rock rap, gangster rap, etc.), because I believe that I am diverse in my music. But feel free to ...See Full Bio
“We got to witness for the first time the Hip Hop styles of Jason Kelley and other entertainers he associates himself with coming together as one: Donny P (From 92.5 Kiss FM), C-Fifth, Naypalm, Mystik, and Emily Goldsmith. Also the well known DJ Richie (from www.thedjrichieshow.com) was providing the musical background for the entire show. Not only was this a "Hip Hop" show, but it had many elements of entertainment intertwined within it. C-Fifth's father gave an outstanding showcase of his drumming skills, Emily Goldsmith sang Micheal Jackson's "The way you make me feel", Donny P brought his comedic presence to the entire show, and even Jason Kelley took the time to give us an intermission section that he called a "Throwback Minute"”