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Mass Appeal: Starting 5 Tour at SOBs

Mass Appeal records opens to New York city in its Starting 5 Tour with the artists Fashawn, Stro, Ezri, Cantrell, and 070 Phi.

As part of the announced Starting 5 Tour (which the first date was the past February  6th in California), Mass Appeal records offered on March 1st the performance of its 5 artists: Fashawn, Stro, Ezri, Cantrell, and 070 Phi. The event was an occasion to celebrate hip-hop in SOB´s venue, and an excuse to party.

Starting around late 7 pm, the doors opened with a numerous and varied audience. Mass Appeal merchant, a crowded bar line, and current rap hits were warming the environment with good amateur and professional vibes. Statik Slektah took the mic in a welcoming act and giving a pass to the performances.

The dreadlocks rapper from Albany, Atlanta, Cantrell was the first jumping in the stage with high energy and a good game of lyrics. His diverse musical likes help him skills to narrate stories and play with his lyrics.

From New Jersey, New York, 070 Phi gave an amazing proof of love for what he does. His tunes exploited among the audience, who followed him singing the lyrics of the local artist and vibing with his flow.

Also from the house, Stro, who was born in Brooklyn, brought to the stage the flow of hip-hop new school with rough sounds opening the show, and other pieces with a Brooklyn-style as the artist claimed during his performance.

Very expected from the audience, Ezri, the young rapper from Cleveland, Ohio, exposed an amazing manage of freestyle and bars and so, the reason why he is under the umbrella of Mass Appeal records.

The last performance of the night was the headliner Fashawn, who welcomed the public and hosted the last part of the event with fresh hip-hop. The artist kept moving the party and invited to the stage Dave East and Jungle in Jungle’s birthday party celebration.

Free pass to amateur artists on the stage and music spinning closed the event. No doubt the show was an excuse to celebrate for all of us.