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I AM NEXT Tour: Day 1
I AM NEXT @ AMARACHI LOUNGE
It kicked off on June 7th in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn. It brought out some of the Tri-State’s more notable, yet underrated newbies. It brought out innovative musicianship along with lyrical delivery that can only be mirrored by the better parts of the late 90′s and early 00′s in Hip-Hop. Headlined by an act out of Danbury, CT (yes Danbury Connecticut) opened by a South Jersey Boy that wasn’t from the shore, and riled up by the new faces out of Brooklyn and Queens, this is the I AM NEXT Tour, caps locks needed.
Da Boy Bake opened the show traveling the distance from South Jersey, to set the standard and that he did. Along with his fellow group mates, Knarley, Da Boy Bake brought energy to the capacity crowd, gearing them for what would be a great show, but not before he found out if they him or his chain. Secret is, the chain is fake.
Fake chain or not, the tone was set for 100 Grand. Coming out of Queens, NY, 100 Grand took the stage and immediately stole the attention of the crowd. The tone switched from the South Jersey boys to the “Hard” effect of that grinding from NYC. 100 Grand’s flow; aggressive, but smooth got everyone into it. Amplifying the energy of the gentlemen and getting the ladies into the mix of things may not have been the intent of 100 Grand, but he fed off of every moment of it, giving the crowd reason to buzz about what he’s doing in this Hip-Hop game, and P.S. “Fuck that fat mother fucker!”
After we all got pumped up for the show, it was time to give the ladies a treat. Long hair, hater blockers on, with skin so soft, but the flow so sick that you’ll catch flu two times; he’s no R&B singer. Please don’t let the appearance fool you but the man is an emcee. Hot punchlines, witty flow, and a delivery that had all of the ladies hooked on bar as opposed to the swang in his…walk, Knockie was the perfect toss up for the headliner to catch the alley and throw it down.
Enter Sean Lyric. Adorned in the black and white of the NEX-US; an introduction comparable to a world champion, the headliner of the show was greeted with the rants and raves of the onlookers, with cheers of acceptance. Performing his latest single, ‘You Can See How I Live,’ Sean’s presence was felt and without any objection.