Categories
Music Performance

2/21/2020 Concert DTLA

I will be performing at the Lexington 2/21/2020 in DTLA around 10PM, located at 129 E 3rd St LA CA 90013. I’ve been there myself for a few parties and performances and its always a good time. Come out to see me perform all you favorite songs and play a little saxophone live. I just want to have a good time since its been so long since i did a concert. Anybody who buys a ticket make sure to find me on social media and request a song you want to hear!

Tickets are $12 online and $15 dollars at the door, though I need online sales to guarantee my set time. BUY TICKETS HERE.

PS: IF you are an artist who wants to get added to the show or book through the company I used, CLICK HERE. I think they have a good business model that allows artists to increase their draw for low risk.

Categories
Music

IWARI’s Alchemy

Alchemy I believe is most famously known for the intention of turning lead into gold. While transformations  such as this are not yet possible on physical objects, one thing we can definitely change is ourselves. This song was inspired by my desire to change myself into a better person. The world renowned rapper, engineer, producer, sax player version of myself! Enjoy.

 

Categories
Music

#TBT Throw Back Thursday Ball So Hard

As the NBA season comes to a close, I reminisce over this joint I did to pay respect to my favorite players.

Categories
Music

#FBF Get Smashed

One of my first anthems and probably the reason i still rap today is this joint right here. Full of complex flows, hard party energy, and braggadocio I can definitely still back up!

Categories
Music

Reparations Music Video!

I just dropped the new music video for my latest single Reparations Check it out! Like share and discuss!

Categories
Music

Reparations are here!

My people I give to you Reparations! This song is about exactly what it says American descendants of slavery deserve to be paid reparations and why!

Reparations is more than a song its a lyrical essay and it’s jamming! It’s a heavy record with a lot of real talk and a grooving beat that will have you moving. This is the realest hip hop song I have ever made. I put so much of myself into this song. I made it to start a conversation amongst my generation that can lead to righting the greatest wrong done to humanity: American Slavery.

As a descendant of Mississippi I had to speak on this. This song is about RESPECT! Whites listen to this and put some respect on our name, Immigrants listen to this and put some respect on our name, American descendants of Slavery listen to “Reparations” and put some respect on your own name.

Categories
Music

Gotta Catch EM’ All

Recently I combined two of my great loves, making rap songs and Pokemon! Check out this live footage of me performing the song at Da Poetry Lounge in LA. Download coming soon!