Police arrived at 10:40pm, "Don't think the neighbors are used to the loud music".
"It's the last song, finished up after this".
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As no surprise, it was quite the evening of live, local hip hop. Emceed by Indie Chris (Nashville). All this at your neighborhood coffee house. A big thank you to MRC Promotions for the support!
Shadow craft opened the night with energy. A Louisville local trio that are obviously not shy about being behind the mic. Their on stage presence alone demanded the attention of anyone within view.
2Deep didn't let any of it fade. With lyrics that have been Inspired by their children, they took that energy and made it their own, before handing it off to the host of the show, Kleyn Kutt. In his premier debut, Kleyn Kutt not only delivered, he brought some help in from Louisiana.
Our emcee then took over.
Indie Chris is traveling out of Nashville, TN. Doesn't care if you have a dollar to buy his mix, he just wants you to hear his lyrics. Some of the finer focal points of his lyrics (and the rest of the performers), involved a social commentary that is felt by many. That commentary being 'eight dollars an hour isn't worth your time'.
Long Live Local Hip Hop.