Casey Veggies Live At The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

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Casey Veggies Live At The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame
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Casey Veggies Live At The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame says
The #SonicSessions concert series continues!

Casey Veggies LIVE at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
with special guests LMNTL

7 p.m. doors / 8 p.m. show
Tix $5.50
Free street parking after 6 p.m.
Full bar and concessions
This event is general admission, standing room only.

The Sonic Sessions concert series is sponsored by Magic Hat Brewing Company.

About Casey Veggies: As a 14-year-old Inglewood high school basketball star and original member of the Cali super group Odd Future (OFWGKTA), Casey Veggies released his first mixtape, Customized Greatly, on Myspace, spawning a trilogy series. Benching his hoop dreams for a rap career, Veggies continued building off of his early groundwork, landing tour spots with Mac Miller, show dates with west side champs like Kendrick Lamar and Nipsey Hussle, and strategic partnerships with brands like Puma. An unequivocal branding and marketing prodigy, the wiz kid used his robust social media influence (400K+ Instagram and Twitter followers) and very own boutique store and clothing line, Peas and Carrots International (PNCINTL), to create a lifestyle around his personal soundtrack. The autobiography of Casey Veggies consumed the rap globe in the form of his major label debut LIVE & GROW (released Sept. 25, 2015), a nutritious listen of a young man’s navigation through new adulthood and stardom. Growth, and its necessary discomfort, is innovatively addressed on “New Faces,” a triple entendre about fresh success, money and changes in so-called friends. “Life Song,” featuring BJ The Chicago Kid, and “Aw Man” spotlight Casey at his most courageous and personal. The former is a two-part track nestled with a love and appreciation letter to his mother, while the latter (Casey’s favorite) exposes internal holes left from having to sacrifice personal love for professional passion. “What’s a King without a queen?” is a 21-year-old trying to make sense of a new world while it stares at him. "Live & Grow is depicting me [and] my childhood, coming into the rap game and having to grow through the game with all these eyes on me. I didn’t get a chance to really grow up as a regular kid. I had to be the artist and worry about putting out projects in high school while I was on the basketball team.”
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By: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum