Dope On Arrival is kicking off 2016 in style with a semi-formal, red & black affair! Performing live will be J. Fields, Archangel, Virghost, Jay Daskreet, JDS, & the birthday boy himself, Crisis901! Yes, we said birthday boy so you know this celebration will be extra turnt! Our host with the least will be the ok, Jason Da Hater! The artists will be accompanied by a live band headed by Timothy Moore that we're aptly titling Tim & Nem! DJ X will be on the 1's & 2's! Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door! #DopeOnArrival #DOA #NoBakingSoda
We're back again! And bigger! For this month's edition we have *r.i.c.o., SPdaking901, J Trillz, Fridae Blaque, Virghost, & the birthday boy himself, Crisis901! And to add a twist to the show, all the performances will be accompanied by the infamous The Chinese Connection Dub Embassy band! The show will be hosted by the hilarious & always entertaining, Bryant Moufpiece Hannah! This all takes place Friday, January 30 at the House of Mtenzi Museum (1289 Madison Ave)! The show will start promptly at 8pm! Tickets are $8 at the door, $5 in advance! Contact any of the performers for tickets! You know you don't want miss out on this epicness!
Memphop @ the Planet II
Sounds Like: NAS, Lupe Fiasco, Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole
Label: Point Blank Entertainment
Manager: Point Blank Entertainment
Bio: In the World of Hip-Hop there are many different labels and boxes that Rappers and Emcees are placed into by the fans, the media, and the record companies. Some are labeled "Backpackers", some are dubbed "gangsta rappers", and others are placed into the "Conscious Rapper" category. For Memphis ...See Full Bio
“Virghost has crafted a very balanced musical offering. He touches on life, love, politics, and several other subjects that seem to be considered taboo in mainstream hip-hop. his thoughts and aspirations are far removed from the shallow materialism and egocentric declarations that dominate the airwaves in this city. Virghost is the perfect hybrid between true-school emceeing and lyrically adept spoken-word poets. He is equally capable in both genres, ensuring that the hip-hop/spoken-word blending never feels forced.”