Buffalo Black & Lord Byron, Medicine Man Revival, Jon Bap, Tree.

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"REBELS W/A CAUSE", featuring - Buffalo Black & Lord Byron
plus Medicine Man Revival, Jon Bap, TREE.

Buffalo Black


2016 Dallas Observer Music Awards - Best Songwriter

Buffalo Black is an unprecedented synergy of Soul, Expressionism and Lyricism, unlike any previous rapper/performing artist to date. Born and Bred in the Inner City of Dallas, Texas, a 3 year veteran and college alumni of the University of North Texas, with one listen, you discover why Buffalo Black is one the best kept secrets in Hip Hop from a lyrical and vision perspective. Not only continuing to push the envelope but shedding light on current events and ideologies in a very progressive manner. Incorporating cinematic elements with his story-telling but soulfully weaving content through a modern perspective. On February 13th of 2015 Spike Lee released his newest work "Da Sweet Blood of Jesus" of which Buffalo Black scored a major placement with his record "Enter The Void" from his Debut LP "Buffalo Black LP". The record is not only featured in the major film but was released on the soundtrack distributed by EPIC Records and is a fan favorite of Vice Magazine online when reviewing the film.
Locally in Dallas-Fort Worth, Buffalo Black earned nominations in 2014 for Best Hip Hop Artist, Best Album, Best EP, Best Song, and Best Video from his works in REDPILLwondrland. His song, "1984" and latest album "Surrilla", were also covered from National Outlets such as "2dopeboyz", "DJBooth" and "Hip Hop DX", while being nominated as, "Best Song", "Best Music Video" and Best Hip Hop Act at the 2015 Dallas Observer Music Awards. In 2016, Buffalo Black won the Dallas Observer's "Best Songwriter" Award. Buffalo Black has been billed with such prominent Acts as GZA, Mos Def, D.O.C. Kool Keith, Rakim, Ty Dolla Signs, Cannibal Ox Living Colour, Jose James, Doomtree, Young Fathers, Isaiah Rashad, Bishop Nehru, and more.

Lord Byron
Lord Byron is an alien, apart of the revolutionary collective Dolfin Records out of Dallas, Tx. His new album We Kill Cowboys, So Death Rides A Horse is avaible on all streaming services now. On this episode of "Killing Horses" Lord Byron will set himself on fire while levitating over a pile of heavyweight champions, audience members will have the chance to step to the artist and pour more gasoline on him, please bring a baby goat.
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