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Doors: 7:00 PM
Show: 7:30 PM
Domo Genesis, born Dominique Marquis Cole on March 9, 1991, in Inglewood, California, is an American rapper, member of the hip-hop collective Odd Future, and a solo artist. Domo’s love for music started at a young age, influenced by his grandfather’s record collection. He gained recognition with the release of his debut mixtape, “Rolling Papers,” in 2010, showcasing his laid-back flow and clever wordplay. Domo’s career soared with the success of his group, Odd Future, and their critically acclaimed albums. In 2016, he released his debut studio album, “Genesis,” receiving positive reviews. Known for his introspective lyrics, distinctive voice, and versatile style, Domo continues to make waves in the rap scene, solidifying his place as a respected artist and an important voice in hip-hop.
Raised on a steady diet of Ready To Die and Supreme Clientele, equipped with a penchant for dizzying internal rhyme, and damn near impossible to outrap, 27-year-old Richmond, VA artist Fly Anakin has established himself as one of the country’s most essential rappers dedicated to transmuting the rugged spirit of ‘90s New York and sending it spinning into the future. He is linchpin of Richmond’s rap community and the co-founder of the Richmond-based rap collective Mutant Academy. Since 2015, he has released over 25 projects, including many with his inner circle of rap friends, including Tuamie, Ohbliv, Big Kahuna OG, Koncept Jack$on, Henny L.O., and Birmingham hero Pink Siifu. In this span, Anakin has placed collaboration at the core of his artistic identity, and he’s honed his sharp, observational, and sometimes surreal manner and the bulletproof sneer with which he delivers it. All the while, he’s maintained a DIY ethos, recording an estimated 95% of his music at home. His wizardry has garnered extensive praise from Pitchfork, which wrote, “Fly Anakin is a marvel to behold, the kind of lightning-in-a-bottle technician who makes you drop what you’re doing to better absorb his enunciation, syllable placement, and superhuman breath control.” Fly Anakin has been rapping for nearly two decades and it shows—but his prime has only just begun.Born Frank Walton, Anakin grew up in challenging circumstances, in a household defined by crack cocaine addiction and distribution. He found an escape and a calling in music, and he laid down his first verse at age 9, inspired by his brother, a local rapper who helped him develop a taste for Ghostface Killah and Curren$y.
At the core of his music, Malik Elijah is a hip-hop artist. taking a step back reveals numerous layers of creative expression that push the boundaries of the genre. Rather than ride the waves created by others, he pulls inspiration from his peers and predecessors to create his own current. Online, Malik's music resonated with over 660K Spotify listeners in 2023, catching the attention of platforms like Okayplayer and Lyrical Lemonade, alongside curators Annabelle Kline and Saving Connie. Offline, with over 40 shows since 2022, including support acts like Freddie Gibbs, Earthgang, and Ben Reilly, and two DIY tours, Malik boasts a robust live performance resume. Stamped by nominations for Best Hip-hop artist and Best EP/Album at the 2023 Boston Music Awards.