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soCro (a.k.a. Southern Croat) / Press

“Opening the night was Chattanooga’s SoCro. With bass-heavy beats and a flow all his own, our homie SoCro with supporting DJ Renan left a residue of Chatt-town funk on the tavern’s stage which remained for the rest of the night. Not for the lame-at-heart, SoCro offered his interpretation of Chattanooga street-life making everyone throw their hands up with single “Bangin’ my Sh*t.” Simply put; if you like drinking Schlitz or comin’ down in a “candy slab drippin’ paint,” this is your guy. (Sorry, that’s Texas slang…my bad.) Performing to an early crowd of only 35-40, SoCro “held it down” and readied the crowd for the night’s next two acts. Catching us way off guard for the final song of the set, we heard an absolutely…surprising… cover of Montell Jordan’s “This is How We Do It” which we haven’t heard since Will Ferrell & John C. Reilly’s bunk-bed scene of Step Brothers. It goes without saying, that SoCro was a memorable act and a great start”