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February 2, 2013 7:00 pm
$5 ADV
January 3, 2013
925 E. Pike St., Seattle, WA, 98122, United States

Juice Radio 7th Anniversary Party
ft. Q Dot + Bruce Leroy + Mega EvErs + Da Association
Saturday February 2, 2013
$5 ADV // 21+

Juice Radio will celebrate it’s 7th anniversary of being on the air 7-10:30p at Barboza featuring performances from Q Dot, Bruce Leroy, Mega EvErs & Da Association. After the party is the afterparty and DJ Swervewon will keep you dancing all night long on his Inferno Night.

Q DOT // iamqdot.com

Q Dot, a piano playing, soulful crooning, rapper and producer from Seattle blends the purest form of hip hop with tasteful inflections of R&B, jazz and classical. Every bit an advocate for independent artists as he is a musician, Q Dot, working out of the Pacific Northwest’s bubbling but still lesser known Hip Hop scene also runs a music festival and internet radio station dedicated to breaking new acts. In school, Q Dot connected with a group of students experimenting with Hip Hop culture. Of that group would come a Grammy award winning producers, a gold selling producer, and award winning reality TV music producer, an Olympic gold medalist and Q Dot who himself credits a Grammy nomination to his list of accolades. When a proposed record deal with Interscope failed to materialize, Q Dot set out as an independent artist. With drive and a lot of luck he found himself having performed or toured with Hip Hop heavyweights such as: Goodie Bom, Kanye West, Zion-i, Paul Wall, Ying Yang Twins and Sir Mix a Lot amongst others. Q Dot’s music much life the names mentioned is an authentic mixture of fun, thought provoking and honest lyrics backed by hard hitting beats which is second only to a live show that features the rapper/producer playing piano and keyboard while rapping lyrics.

Bruce Leroy // bruceleroymusic.bandcamp.com

Many hip hop heavyweights have embraced martial arts imagery or have taken on the persona of fictional characters, but few have been so bold as to name themselves after a cult icon like Bruce Leroy. It builds up expectations, which means Tacoma’s Bruce Leroy has some big, fast kicking shoes to fill. Bruce Leroy’s strength is his flow and hooks, and his vocals are lightly, but tastily peppered with bits of screwed effects throughout the album. There are more than a few nods to the kung fu, marijuana, braggadocio, and hard times. Bruce Leroy’s lyrical techniques are solid as he makes few mistakes. Bruce Leroy goes well with some kind of weed. It’s for the heads. This is a record to get punch drunk to, get out of your head, bob your neck to the cadences of the rhymes and the boom bap of the top notch beats, and then lose it in the choruses. Leroy is fun and easy to listen to, like a Saturday morning watching a martial arts movie marathon.

Mega EvErs // selfmademega.com

Mega EvErs effortlessly merges the personable charm of his southern roots with the cold and quick wit of the Pacific Northwest into his lyrics as a musician. The bicoastal rapper Mega EvErs acknowledges his hometown, East Point, GA while embracing his home and stomping ground Seattle, WA. Mega EvErs is known for draping his lyrics with crucial punch lines and undeniable realism. Through his music MegaEvErs connected with the pulse of the Seattle streets by generating solidarity and resuscitating the excitement about the Seattle Hip-Hop Scene amongst local artist and fans. With the success of his music video Self Paid featured on YouTube with over 40,000 views, Mega EvErs proves he’s a force to be reckoned with. The fiery word play of the Mega EvErs’ record God Flow has won the masses and is in heavy rotation on both local and online hip-hop radio stations. Mega EvErs flexes his versatility in his most up-tempo record So Gutta released Fall 2012. After selling hundreds of mixtapes and doing many shows, Mega now has a well-respected grind and is still known for his unmatchable flow. Slated for a 2013 release the Mega EvErs’ much anticipated mixtape F.I.B.I will have fans and critics alike standing behind him as he enters the next phase of his career.



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