THE ADVENTURES OF YOUNG ORCA
Artist: when you're looking at shows that you feel like you want to get booked on, first do your research on those artist that are booked on the show; see if your vibe would fit with their vibe so that the show fits you & your artistry properly. This is what I do when i curate bills, I make sure that everyones vibe is similar, the music can be "underground" or "mainstream." I know this sounds like a lot of work but it helps so that you don't waste your time booking shows you don't fit on. This is just a suggestion. #orcalife
I've been performing in the o.c. for awhile, shout out to droops, ophrap, aliso black, fatty j, patrick wolf, westside kev. these are some of the people that i've met in the o.c. community that blessed me with performance OPPORTUNITY, collaboration or a plug. a couple of years later i start building with endz and dave allen then i meet tyson from konsept records. The whole meaning of the post is to say thank you for being cool O.c. and you have a beautiful community thats thriving, thank you for letting me be apart of that.
Its been a very emotional week for me but very beautiful at the same time. During the last common grounds at the vibe this week i spaced out so many times, It felt weird like i was in the past, present and future all at the same time. All my OGs came out, all the upcoming artist came out, my bro Dead Eye an I.E legend got the cyphers popping. It felt like Building Blocks and Common Ground altogether we was just missing the B-Boys & B-Girls. I cried on stage on the 1st farewell night, i couldn’t hold it in and it wasn’t a sad cry just a “look what we created” cry, it was a cleanse. Now I’m wake up on a sunday, No common ground but I’m headed to Kansas City with Murs.
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