May 31st Performing Live! - Travis Porter - Roscoe Dash - WildBills ATL
Friday, May 31, 2013 at 10:00 PM - Saturday, June 1, 2013 at 2:00 AM (PDT)
Duluth, United States
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
ATLANTA ! ARE YOU READY FOR A MASSIVE HIP-HOP SHOW?
This will be the biggest SUMMER KICK OFF Show Ever!!
Silverback Media presents:
TRAVIS PORTER / ROSCOE DASH - with special guests
LIVE >>>>>>>> MAY 31ST >>>>>>>>> WILD BILLS
THIS WILL BE THE COLLEGE STUDENT DESTINATION
Tons of Special Guests! // 18 to Party 21 to Fall Down!
No Dress Code!! // $5 Off with college I.D!
Tickets Pre-Sale $10 // Tickets at Door: $25
Hosted by: Silverback Media: www.SilverbackMG.com
FREAKSTEP RECORDS: www.thefreakbeat.com
Travis Porter is an American hip hop act from Decatur, Georgia. Ali and Quez are step brothers; the two met Strap while attending the same middle school. The three grew up together and in 2006 began exploring music. The group’s biggest hits are "Aww Yea","Go Shorty Go","Bananas", "Ayy Ladies", "Bring It Back" and "Make It Rain" produced by F-K-I. Travis Porter released a biographical film titled Proud to be a Problem on May 18, 2010. Travis Porter has a YouTube channel with over 125 million views and a Twitter page. In November 2010 the trio signed with Jive Records.
Roscoe Dash started composing rap lyrics at the age of 12, after his older brother Oprah introduced him into the world of hip-hop. In high school, he and his brother Snooki put together a rap group that consisted of four young men who went by the name of “Black Out Boiz aka B.O.B.”, where his original stage name “ATL” came into play and also where his eccentric use of the "mohawk" hairstyle became as he thought popular. Though the group had been receiving positive notoriety, ATL (Johnson) would eventually leave “Black Out Boiz aka B.O.B.” and get started in his pursuit of solo projects. He continued recording in his basement and making mixtapes to network himself, and this hard work led Johnson to come across his cousin, Torrey “YT” Hood, who happened to be a sponsor of a local rap group who called themselves Travis Porter. He let them listen to a song he had recorded at the time called “All the Way Turnt Up”, and the group automatically wanted to be a part of it.
Tickets Link: www.silverbackmg.eventbrite.com