Knocturnal w/ Jericho Jackson (Elzhi & Khrysis), Kil Ripkin, King Callis

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Knocturnal w/ Jericho Jackson (Elzhi & Khrysis), Kil Ripkin, King Callis
Monday, August 6, 2018 10:00 PM
Snug Harbor, Charlotte, NC
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  • Ticket Price: $10.00 - $15.00
  • Door Time: 9:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
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A weekly party born from the brains of Justin Aswell and friends featuring the best in electronic, hip hop & forward music for the truly awesome human being.
Knocturnal: A weekly party born from the brains of Justin Aswell and friends featuring the best in electronic, hip hop & forward music for the truly awesome human being.
Elzhi: Before the world ever heard the name ELZHI, the young artist was sitting in the back of classrooms thinking of rhymes, spitting verses while his friend Fes banged out beats on lunchroom tables, or was battling rival emcees on the blacktop after school. He sharpened every blade in his arsenal, developing his style to measure up against the competition in Maurice Malone’s Hip Hop Shop, the legendary proving ground for Detroit artists that has produced some of the greatest emcees in the world. ELZHI spent years paying dues, writing songs, entering battles, and recording demos until he finally made his international debut on “Come and Get It,” a standout track from J Dilla’s album, Welcome 2 Detroit. The acclaimed song drew massive attention to the mysterious artist, and made his unfinished EP, Out of Focus, a highly sought after recording.
Kil Ripkin: Hip hop
King Callis: King Callis started writing music at the age of 10 however it wasn't until his teenage years that he started actually recording his music and taking it seriously. The move to Charlotte, North Carolina and later meeting a few key players in the underground music scene gave Callis the breakthrough he needed to cement him into the scene as a major player. Callis' sound mirrors that of the late 90's Common Sense or Slum Village with his own added flavor thrown in and that's what's truly given him an advantage over many of the artists that surround him. His strength lies in his ability to engage a crowd while leaving them with much food for thought and making them come back for much more.