Thursday, March 13, 2014

#AboutThatLife Tour

Did you come to the show? Did you speak when you paid your cover? I was there, and I was the one to take your monies. If you came out, we appreciate it. Your support was and always will be appreciated. 

So me being the Mrs2LLz, I didn't get to enjoy much of the show like I usually do. I got the privilege of being the enforcer at the door.  "There is a $5 cover for tonight's hip-hop show." Thankfully, I wasn't left up there alone, I had a impromptu back up that night, my cousin was there to give me potty breaks.

We had to change the line up that night due to  Gramz not being able to make it. So Father Jah was added to the line up that night, making it two of Louisville's finest and two of  "trillwaukees" finest, not to mention DJ Divine Struggle.
First up on the mic was Cavi Barksdale . He was pretty nice. From what I could see at the door, the crowd was bopping to him. Next up we had Father Jah. From my understanding, Father Jah has been on the Louisville scene for a while, which would explain why the crowd seemed to be a little more hype when he was performing. That was my first experience seeing  him, and I didn't get to see too much which was kind of disappointing, but that's the joys of having to work the event. lol Next to the stage was Mr RmllW2LLZ himself. And as always, you know he showed up and showed out. To close out the night, we had BLAX. Now BLAX had the most energy that night at the show. Don't get me wrong, everyone brought some energy to the stage, but he was on tables, benches, took his shirt off, and all over the floor. He made his presence known.

Over all the night went well, there was a good crowd and an awesome show. You already know if you weren't there, you missed out. Make sure to check out RMLLMZK for upcoming shows. I know there is something pending for the end of the month, and multiple shows for April. So don't miss out on another show!! 

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Watching it live and direct

So I don't know if 2llz understands the greatness and the growth of rmllmzk here lately. I've been on this music path with him for a few years now. I've been here when he was part of a group, under different names, chopping and screwing his own freestyle, all that.. Lol it's been a journey to say the least, and now it's becoming more and more of a reality. He's having more shows, traveling more, just in constant motion. Like for instance, Friday we went to the 502 Crew- SoulPuff open Mic. That was fun. This was the first full one I've been  to, and I had a ball. Right now, he's at The Hard Rock Cafe open Mic  doing  a few songs.
In April he's booked for two weekends between here and Frankfort. Alabama in May,  the Juneteenth celebration in Wisconsin, the Louisiana Texas fest in July, not to mention the local shows. Like how dope is that. He's getting to do what he loves and travel while doing it. I just feel like he's getting what he deserves. He's been working so hard and has grown so much since I've known him, he really and truly deserves all of the success in the world. If your reading this, THANK YOU! Your support means more than you know, you continue to help make RMLLW2LLZ  a success. I thank you as the wife of a musician, for helping make my husband's love for music prosperous. Check out the site for specifics on dates and times, and share it with world.