Tuesday, October, 31 2017

The Bowery Presents:

with Smokepurpp & Yung Pinch

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POST MALONE - SOLD OUT

Doors 7:30pm / Show 8:30pm / All Ages / $32.50 Advance / $35 Day of Show

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ABOUT

• All Ages Welcome
• General Admission (first come, first served)
• Tickets available online via Ticketmaster.com or without ticket fees in person at the Center Stage Box Office, M-F, 11-6. Online sales end at 5pm on day of show.

Post Malone - Early Entry VIP Package
• One general admission ticket
• VIP early entry into the venue
• Post Malone bandana
• Post Malone lighter
• Exclusive Post Malone VIP item
• Post Malone VIP laminate
• Limited availability

Post Malone - Meet & Greet Package
• One general admission ticket
• VIP early entry into the venue
• Exclusive meet & greet with Post Malone
• Personal photograph with Post Malone
• Specially designed Post Malone long sleeve tour shirt
• Post Malone bandana
• Post Malone lighter
• Exclusive Post Malone VIP item
• Official meet & greet laminate
• Limited availability

Customers can contact INFO@FUTURE-BEAT.COM with any questions concerning their package
Sales of VIP packages ends on 10/26

Post Malone stirs a mix of genres into his own sonic sound that’s both intoxicating and invigorating on his RIAA platinum certified full-length debut album, Stoney [Republic Records]. His uncanny ability to cook up a 21st century “sauce” of genres transformed the multiplatinum

Dallas, TX maverick into the “#1 Debut Hip-Hop Artist of 2016.” Upon release, Stoney bowed at #1 on the iTunes Overall Top Albums Chart and Top 10 on the Billboard Top 200. In just a few months, the debut album has accumulated over 1 billion streams and went platinum in the U.S. and globally, while the RIAA minted his breakout single “White Iverson” four times platinum, “Congratulations” double-platinum, and “Go Flex” platinum. As he turned up with a whiskey-soaked warbly flow, orchestral trap production, and an acoustic guitar in hand, he earned praise from the Los Angeles Times, Complex, Vibe, The Fader, and more.

Along the way, he served as direct support on Justin Bieber’s worldwide “Purpose” tour and collaborated with the pop superstar on Stoney’s “Déjà vu.” It’s all in the “sauce,” as Post would say…“I describe what I do as sauce,” he affirms. “You can turn up to it. You can chill to it. You can do anything to it. It makes you feel some type of way, or it makes you want to party. It just comes naturally.”

He’s been grinding since his childhood in Dallas, and his work ethic brought him from humble beginnings to worldwide superstardom. He grew up listening to his dad’s Metallica, Megadeth, Johnny Cash, UGK, and The Notorious B.I.G. records before trading his Guitar Hero controller for an electric guitar at eleven-years-old. After graduating high school and releasing his first mixtape online, he picked up and headed west to Los Angeles, which would become his current home. Despite “partying too much” and not “having any money for cigarettes or Ramen,” the 19-year-old met production duo FKi and started making music.

“I wanted to create something everybody can get down to and get drunk to,” he continues. “People who like hip-hop will like it. People who like folk will dig it. People who like pop will be into it.”

One day, Post created the beat for “White Iverson” in his bedroom, laid down the vocals, and uploaded it to Soundcloud in 2015. The response proved overwhelming. Before he knew it, the budding star had Wiz Khalifa and Mac Miller tweeting him, Noisey and Hypebeast singing his praises, 14 incendiary SXSW performances under his belt, and major labels knocking at his door.

In just six months of its official arrival on Republic Records, “White Iverson” first achieved RIAA
Platinum status and he went on the road for Fetty Wap’s “Welcome To The Zoo” tour in early

2016. Kanye West and 50 Cent tapped him for high-profile collaborations, and Jay-Z, Bieber, and many others offered enthusiastic co-signs.

The ethereal soundscape of “White Iverson” gives way to a charismatic and catchy declaration for Post. "The first time I got braids I was like ‘I feel like I'm the White Iverson’; I made the beat and recorded it. The vibe was right, and the stars aligned. The song itself is about confidence. I used to be really shy, and I started to develop this new swagger. ‘White Iverson’ was when we knew we had something people would fuck with.”

Now that everybody’s fucking with him, he’s got his sights squarely set on the crown…



Smokepurpp
The 19-year-old Miami rapper started gaining traction in the summer of 2016, when he dropped two videos, “WOKHARDT” and “Ski Mask,” within a month of each other. Booming production and a garbled delivery, along with tons of pictures posing with guns, gave way to increased attention, and he’s quickly become one of the premier rappers to rack up millions of plays on a majority of his SoundCloud songs.
Earlier this year, we announced Purpp had signed to Alamo Records, a new venture by former 300 Ent. co-founder Todd Moscowitz under Interscope. Now he’s getting ready to drop his new mixtape, DEADSTAR, featuring production from TM88, Zaytoven, Harry Fraud and more. In February, we spoke to Purpp about some of his influences, how important it is to have an image, and more. Below are excerpts from that conversation.

Read More: The Break Presents: Smokepurpp - XXL | http://www.xxlmag.com/news/2017/03/the-break-presents-smokepurpp/?trackback=tsmclip



Yung Pinch