NYE 2013 W/ E-Dubb & Friends Presented By Urban Chaos Ent & Spectral Realm
Monday, December 30, 2013 at 11:00 PM - Wednesday, January 1, 2014 at 2:00 AM (PST)
New Year's Eve 2013 DOORS @ 8PM
$15 Adv $17 Door
695 North Ave.
Atlanta, Georgia 30038
ONLINE TICKETS: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nye-2013-w-e-dubb-friends-presented-by-urban-chaos-ent-spectral-realm-tickets-9823930641
Urban Chaos Entertainment, Spectral Realm Photography, and The Masquerade present New Years Eve 2013 in the heart of Atlanta's historic 4th Ward District. Join us as we ring in the New Year with some of Atlanta's hottest local talent,
ALSO A Cash Drop at midnight along with a FREE Champagne toast for EVERYONE 21+
New Years Eve gets will never be the same AS HOST THAT'S BACIST along with LIVE performances from E-DUBB & FRIENDS, DJ BURNONE'S INDEED, TRI-SOUL ENT.'S SUICYDE TOOR, TRAY-D OF STRAPTOWN ENT, and 30 OT THIK take over Purgatory at THE MASQUERADE!
OFFICIAL LINE UP
08:15pm - 08:30pm Lunatic Librarian
08:35pm - 08:50pm 30 OT Thik
08:55pm - 09:10pm Choke - O
09:15pm - 09:30pm Suicyde Toor
09:35pm - 09:50pm Kooly Bros
10:00pm - 10:15pm Scoob Vercetti
10:20pm - 10:35pm Tray-D of Straptown Ent
10:40pm - 10:55pm Kurt cocaine
11:00pm - 11;15pm T-Rock
11:20pm - 11:35pm DJ Burn One’s Indeed
11:40pm - 12:40am Edubb & Friends
MIDNIGHT CASH DROP!
The artists known as Almighty Dolla, Johnny BOI and Nem collectively make up the group EDUBB (pronounced E-Dubb). With more than 1 million YouTube views for their Official “Whooty” video, and over 6 million “Whooty” related YouTube views, the guys even garnered mentions of their work on TMZ two times. Strictly a grassroots phenomenon, this indie hip-hop group has managed to make their video an MTV Jams fixture, as it is played in a re-occurring “Booty” Video Mix and even cracked the ITunes “TOP 100” Video chart. Their “Whooty” movement has branded the phrase “white girl with a booty” aka “Whooty” into Pop-Culture Slang terminology. Not to be labeled as “novelty” rappers or known for just “one” song, the Atlanta natives are currently setting their hometown of Atlanta and the Southeast Region a blaze via clubs, for their shockingly amusing single “Rain Boots”, and the controversial “Social Network”. It all began in a free-style session in Atlanta, Georgia when cousins Nem and Dolla produced their first recording on a 4 track. Excited about their newly found music career they reached out to Dolla's brother, Johnny BOI, who had been sent to the Military Academy. They wrote letters to Johnny about their experiences and offered him a position as the third member of the group. Growing up around a musical family, witnessing the development of groups like the Ying Yang Twins and the early 90’s gangster rap group, the Hard Boys, allowed firsthand knowledge of what to expect as an artist and configure what was missing within the music industry. "At one time, music had stopped being fun and simply got really violent or extremely x- rated. We knew there was a gap and our goal is to seal it," says Johnny BOI. With a distinct Southern Hip-Hop drawl, Pop, R&B and Rock sound, EDUBB calls this style Hip-Hop Fusion. As they began to brand their independent movement, the self- proclaimed “Hip-Hop Playboys” identified one of the fastest growing conversations "white girls with a booty". EDUBB’s business sense led them to secure Trademarks for the word and phrase, and to launch an online Merchandising store, Whootyshop.com. With Reality show pitches, and magazine developments in the works, the group has decided to further the “Whooty” brand and simultaneously push EDUBB. After releasing a video for their alternative Hip-Hop Anthem “Jager Bomb” (A mixture of Jagermeister and Rockstar), Jagermeister reached out to officially Sponsor EDUBB. Without being signed to a major label, the group has since received airplay on MTV, Music Choice, Sirius, XM Satellite and VH1 as well as many major reporting Top 40, Rhythm and Hip Hop stations across the U.S. EDUBB has also completed songs with multi-platinum producers and artists such as Lloyd, Mr. Collipark (Soulja Boy), Drumma Boy, Pastor Troy and Jazze Pha. Drawing stark comparisons from “off the wall” acts such as, The 2 Live Crew and even Outkast, "We aim to be hip-hop's version of the Rolling Stones. Longevity and building a catalogue full of hits is our key," says member Almighty Dolla. Here to stay is EDUBB.
As a teenager, he began rapping in 1996 and was able to record his first recordings Throw Yo Neighborhood Up . The album was produced by the underground producers Brandon McKinney . MC Mack discovered the tape and put T-ROCK Three 6 Mafia members DJ Paul and Juicy J before . This then took the seventeen -year-old at that time rapper on their label Hypnotize Minds under contract.T- ROCK remained only until 2001. Due to various shifts his debut album on the major label, there was a dispute between T- Rock DJ Paul and Juicy J. The album Rock Solid / 4:20 was eventually published in 2003 by Juicy J and DJ Paul on the label Club Memphis Music. A year earlier, T -rock had already released the album Conspiracy Theory about the label Secret Service Inc. . The single contained on Mr. Big Man is a Disstrack against DJ Paul . A twisted video for the song was not released . T-Rock was able to sell 20,000 copies of Conspiracy Theory .
Also live performances from DJ BURNONE's INDEED, SUICYDE TOOR, CHOKE-O, 30 OT THIK, and more!