The youth of Perth need more positive entertainment and fun, alcohol-free environments in which to enjoy it.
On November 8, local hip hop artists will host a gold coin entry, all ages gig at HQ Leederville.
Positive, fun and entertaining.
Selekt Few will host the afternoon, and will be performing on the bill along side Perth hip hop legend Graphic, the heavily slept on L.S.D & The Missus and the ever impressive Bryte MC. Plus a huge line-up of special supporting guests including Rob Shaker, Callum Presbury and Charley Caruso.
In a world where everything is ‘user pays’, the youth and low income earners often miss out on the best entertainment. That’s why this is low cost – gold coin entry – so everyone can come!
Yesterday on the way home from work, I was talking to a couple of kids on the train who I see on there quite often. Good kids, but always loud and often inconsiderate of the people around them.
Had to call out the one kid when he yelled a casual c’bomb at his mate while surrounded by a bunch of senior citizens who did NOT look impressed.
At first me responding to him and telling him trains ain’t the place to be dropping cbombs at the top of your lungs seemed to get his back up. But then he recognised me from when I’d previously stood up for him against guards and was a bit more accepting. But not that accepting. He kept taunting me to call him by his name – which I didn’t know.
Then one of his young female friends caught me mouthing Jimblah lyrics and jokingly teased me about my singing; to which I replied “you are lucky I’m not singing out loud, I can’t sign for shit”.
Long story short, I got harassed to sing and told them I can’t sing but can rap… Next thing you know there’s 10 kids standing around pretty much chanting ‘rap rap rap’ at me. Continue reading →
This month we’ll be joining L-Fresh the Lion and Marksman LLoyd on a tour of WA’s southwest. On Thursday January 15 we’re playing at the Prince of Wales in Bunbury (tickets here), Friday the 16th is at Settlers Tavern in Margaret River and is free entry.
Then a massive night to finish it all off at the Fly By Night Musicians Club in Fremantle on Saturday the 17th of January (tickets here).