Slaine is back for a special performance in the Underground
with openers DJ Slipwax & Krumb Snatcha (aka Judah The Prince)
Doors open at 8 PM, the show starts at 9
Tickets are $15 per sale, $20 at the door
Slaine has landed four albums in the top 20 on Billboard’s hip hop chart since 2009 both as a solo artist and with La Coka Nostra and has appeared in ten films in the same time span. In the hip hop world Slaine is known for his ability to tell dark stories and take listeners into a world of drugs, violence, love, loss, pain and dreams and nightmares. He has drawn from that same well to bring authenticity to some of best crime dramas of this generation.
He is a member of La Coka Nostra, Special Teamz and the world famous hardcore crew DMS. He has worked in collaboration with icons from DJ Premier, DJ Muggs, Pete Rock, Statik Selektah and Evidence to Everlast, B Real, Raekwon, U God, Snoop Dogg, Sean Price and ILL BILL. Over the course of the last decade Slaine has become an essential artist and storyteller in a lane of hip-hop that celebrates boom-bap production and lyricism.
K.S. appeared in 1997 “Closer to God”, a single written about his near-fatal shooting. This led to a cameo on Gang Starr’s “Make ‘em Pay” (on the Moment of Truth album) and his impressive verse earned him the prestigious Source Magazine Hip-Hop Quotable of the Month, which he was the 1st ever unsigned artist to receive this honor. K.S. has worked with legendary producers such as Alchemist, Da Beatminerz, DJ Premier, Easy Mo Bee, Clinton Sparks, Pete Rock, Nottz and so many more. He’s had featured artists ranging from the likes of Ghostface, Styles P, Shabba Ranks, Famlay (Star Trek) and even Dina Rae who did “Superman” w/Eminem.