Saturday, March 14th 2015.
TempleSF in association with SocialSF Present...
JUST BLAZE LIVE
JUST BLAZE was the resident producer of Jay-Z's Roc-A-Fella Records in the early 2000s, producing most of their chart topping classic hits. He worked closely with Roc-A-Fella's other in-house producer, KANYE WEST. They both developed a trademark knack for using old-school soul samples in unique ways for song hooks. Recently, JUST BLAZE has been diving in to the EDM world after producing the chart topping track "Higher" with BAAUER. Prepare to witness the bridge between Hip Hop and EDM. Expect an amazing show from a music legend! This is a very rare appearance.
(540 Howard Street, SF)
The New Temple remodel is amazing! Enough said.
In order to get inside this event, you MUST ask for the SocialSF guest-list. If you arrive before 11pm, your admission will be FREE, if you arrive later than 11pm, your admission will be discounted. But remember, this deal is only for the SocialSF guest-list :)
Tuesday, April 7th 2015.
Ankh Marketing, We Nightlife, SocialSF, The Authority, Matr3x, & 1015 Folsom Present...
(Performing his Greatest Hits LIVE)
1st time in San Francisco in a very long time...
@1015 Folsom SF
Purchase Pre-Sale Tickets HERE
(This event will sell-out!)
Following the deaths of Tupac Shakur and the Notorious B.I.G., DMX took over as the undisputed reigning king of rap. He was that rare commodity: a commercial powerhouse with artistic and street credibility to spare. His rapid ascent to stardom was actually almost a decade in the making, which gave him a chance to develop the theatrical image that made him one of rap's most distinctive personalities during his heyday. Everything about DMX was unremittingly intense, from his muscular, tattooed physique to his gruff, barking delivery, which made a perfect match for his trademark lyrical obsession with dogs. Plus, there was substance behind the style; much of his work was tied together by a fascination with the split between the sacred and the profane. He could move from spiritual anguish one minute to a narrative about the sins of the streets the next, yet keep it all part of the same complex character, sort of like a hip-hop Johnny Cash. The results were compelling enough to make DMX the first artist ever to have his first four albums enter the charts at number one.