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Black Lion / Blog

On the road

Big things are happening for Mo Eastmond, Eddie De Leon and Justin Peterson, and that means big things are happening for Cache Valley. The hip-hop artists, who recently formed the group Black Lion and go by the stage names Black Socks, Eddie Lion and Weird Sense, respectively, have been invited by Ogden’s BassMint Pros to perform on their new tour, the Natural Disaster Tour. This means that, for the first time ever, Cache Valley hip-hop will have a nationwide audience. “This tour is huge,” Eastmond says. “We’re just super blessed to be on this tour. It’s no-holds barred. We’re going on a big bus, we roll in, we’re doing radio and magazines — we even have a couple TV shows we’re going to be on. So this is a big deal. And us being not from Salt Lake, because (the BassMint Pros) could’ve picked anybody they wanted, and we’re representing Utah as a state on this national tour, it’s huge.”