PNB Rock “Trapstar Turnt Popstar Tour”
NoCap, Rylo Rodriguez
Sunday, Sep 15 2019
SHOW AT 8PM | DOORS AT 7PM
Mixing hip-hop and R&B like Chris Brown and Fetty Wap merged into one, Rakim "PnB Rock" Allen got his moniker from Pastorius and Baynton Streets in his hometown of Philadelphia. He debuted in 2014 with the mixtape RnB, its title referencing Rock's blend of R&B and rap. The RnB2 mixtape appeared early in 2015 and caught the attention of Atlantic. The Warner-affiliated label signed Rock and released RNB3 that same year, along with his single "Jealous" featuring Fetty Wap. He was named as one of XXL's 2017 Freshman Class before issuing the single "Time." Catch These Vibes, Rock's actual debut studio full-length, appeared in November 2017, and hit the Top 20 of the Billboard 200.
Alabama rapper NoCap got an early start performing, rapping on-stage by the time he was nine years old. When he reached his late teens, he developed a style that incorporated emphatic Auto-Tuned singing and soul-searching lyrics about growing up with a dangerous street life. After releasing a few tracks online, NoCap broke through with several viral singles. He kept this momentum going with his 2019 mixtape The Backend Child. NoCap was born Kobe Crawford in Mobile, Alabama and got into music through the mentorship of a man his mother was dating. With this man’s help, NoCap and his brother began performing live shows locally, rapping and singing while they were still just children. When the romance between his mother and this early mentor fizzled, the young rapper took a break from music until his teenage years, when he came back with an intricate and emotionally reaching style comprising sometimes-rapped, sometimes-belted….
Rylo Rodriguez is an American rapper from Mobile, Alabama. He is best known for popular singles “BMF,” “Headshots,” “Mufasa,” and “Stick On Me” alongside Lil Baby. A bonade rising star, several of his tracks have gotten over a million streams and his colab with Lil baby was even featured exclusively on WorldStarHipHop. Most of his works are released independently without any major label’s imprint; an indication that he still hasn’t inked a major record deal. Rylo Rodriguez got his big break in December 2017 after appearing on Lil Baby’s singles, “Eat Or Starve” and “Stick On Me.” Under the imprint of Quality Control Music, both tracks gained traction and would eventually establish millions of streams. The latter, the more popular of the two, was featured exclusively on WSHH, exposing the artist to a broader audience. As of April 2019, the track has received 4.8 million views on YouTube, coupled with….