If you know anything about Tory Lanez, you know his live show is undeniably wild. He climbs the walls, parties with guests and partygoers at the highest balcony levels and scales the rafters, all while rapping his high energy songs. Last night at Gothic Theatre in Denver for the I Told You Tour, he did all of the above and more.
His energy is infectious and the jams, well the jams speak for themselves. Check out this incredible photo gallery of Tory Lanez’ antics below. All photos by Blake Jackson for #TheyShootn.
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“Style parties” are all the rage as the seasons change and Denver is a hotbed for this trend. 3 Deep Productions and Kevin Kain’s “all white attire party” featuring The Game brought out over 2000 partygoers for Labor Day Weekend alone. Now,Kevin Kain has teamed up with Numerous Productions for the 3rd Annual All Black Party on Thanksgiving Eve, November 23rd.
Continue reading EXDO Event Center to be Transformed into a Paris Themed “All Black Attire Party” Thanksgiving Eve
We captured the wild, surprising, and impressive moments of Dizzy Wright’s ‘Still Movin’ tour as it stopped in Denver. From crowd surfing, gifts for the audience, guest appearances and an amazing music performance done effortlessly. If you missed it we covered it and catching up is the next best thing!
Continue reading Dizzy Wright Spreads Peace, Love and Invigorative Fever
Depression is a serious conversation that seems to have been looked over in the past. In the present its humbling to see that the medium television, and the internet have been filled with the flourishing conversation by those with the opportunity to speak to the larger crowd. It also seems we in the general society can be quite guarding of our own mental state, wether that be from seeking help, asking questions or opening up. Celebrities and public figures have taken the bravery of being under the spotlight one sympathetic step further and have become our heroes lately , confirming similarities in struggles with mental health that may benefit others.
Continue reading Update: The Conversation of Kid Cudi and Depression
We love hooking up the masses with free tickets to shows and introducing you to new music. This month is looking excellent for hip-hop and we’d love to see you in the building for these nights of rhyme. We like to call this #TheBlackList. Click through to find out how to win tickets ton see Dizzy Wright, Tory Lanez, A$AP Ferg, Nelly and more.
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By: Patrick Rose
It was a chilly Denver night but Mick Jenkins was busy warming up the streets with his message of love. The Marquis Theatre was the spot to be last September 23rd, 2016. The house was completely packed and the line to get in was even bigger. The venue was intimate and everyone seemed to be drained after a long week of work. There were peaceful vibes all around which just proves Mick’s message of love was being received by his listeners.
Continue reading A Heart Warming Session Brought by Mick Jenkins
By: Demarcus O’Dell
As we approach tomorrow; the next stop for the, A Quest For Love Tour, Denver anticipates the arrival of Mick Jenkins. The Chicago MC/poet is an amazing artist, who focuses the substance of his content on the state of society and hip-hop culture, the need for water, peace, loving all and your self. Without doubt we will witness the showcase of expertise in word painting, tomorrow night at the Marquis Theater, for now a taste of the smorgasbord of ideals, values and musical talents that make up Mick Jenkins.
Continue reading Preview: Mick Jenkins, A Quest For Love Tour
By: Patrick Rose
Travis Scott released his second studio album titled “Birds in the Trap Sing Mcknight” on September 2, 2016. This album proving very popular amongst the mass, quickly reached #1 on Billboard’s top 200 chart on the week of September 24, 2016. On top of that it seems to be all the hype currently in Denver’s local scene.
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BY: Demarcus O’Dell
Denver was the fourth stop on the Hollywood Dreams Tour. The work ethic would prove stimulating as the fluidness never slowed. Like a well oiled machine built by Jazz Cartier and Post Malone, the bouncing throughout the room was a continuous occurrence alongside roars, chants, love and the pure obsession of the masters at work and the night to be. Catch a glimpse of the moments had, followed by the intimate connections made with fans and those truly inspired there after as we recap the evening’s heroes, who asked of us, received, owned and then nearly tore down the house!
Continue reading The Hollywood Dreams Tour Stops in Denver and The Buzz Was Outlasting
By: Demarcus O’Dell
We the mass, positively agitated by the flourishing of art, trends and self expression from those creatively fueled in Denver, have yet another addition to the succulent palate. As we gladly introduce Simlah “Shimmy” Henry, soft spoken, monochromatic rap artist spreading his expertise to that of the chef’s table with a new cooking show, we ask you pull up a chair, prepare for soreness of the abdominal due to a healthy amount of laughter, and turn a blind eye to your diets. Continue below as we recap the embark into, Feedd Your Friends; Episode 1 – Lobster Rolls & Po Boy Slim’s. Continue reading Simlah Henry Demonstrates | Feedd Your Friends Ep. 1