Rocky Sandoval, Lil Crazed, King Leez

Rocky Sandoval

Lil Crazed

King Leez

Sun, June 17, 2018

8:00 pm

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

Rocky Sandoval
Rocky Sandoval
With nearly a decade worth under his belt, this long-time Tacoma, WA resident has his sights set on a breakthrough for 2017-18. After making his way from the underground to the mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop music scene in the Pacific Northwest, his smooth soulful pop vocals, versatile writing style and electrifying live show have primed him to be one of the best new artists in the industry. Previous stints include stops on American Idol, MTV’s Making The Band, and The Voice. Since 2010, he has released 2 independent albums that are featured regularly on Spotify, Pandora, Apple Music, VEVO and on all major music outlets. After experiencing his first mini tour last summer that included 13 cities, his collaboration with industry distribution giant, Empire, has helped his name circulate among A&Rs at Def Jam, Atlantic and Universal Records. He ultimately decided to sign with REIGN, an Indie Entertainment company based out of Seattle, securing a business partnership with good friend and manager, Brian Franada. Together they co-founded REIGN Music and their big break came when a mutual business associate introduced them to Grammy nominated super-producers, The Stereotypes, whose production include Bruno Mars’ two radio hit singles: 24K Magic and That’s What I Like. Rocky teamed with August Rigo, hit-songwriter for Chris Brown, Justin Bieber and Usher on a Stereotypes produced track entitled ‘Still In Love’ and will have more collaborations on the way. The highly anticipated single is attracting a universal appeal and is the lead single to Rocky’s 2018 untitled EP.
Lil Crazed
Lil Crazed
King Leez
King Leez
Stemming from the oft-overlooked city of Tacoma Washington, hip hop artist King Leez is bringing his momentum to the rapidly growing Seattle hip hop scene. Growing up Leez started to learn song structure from watching music videos with his mother, and listening to his brother’s old cassette tapes of Wu-Tang, Ol Dirty Bastard, Too Short, E-40, and more. His passion progressed from freestyling on karaoke machines to headlining local parties. After realizing his potential to profit from music he decided to take rap serious, and started with the name Leezy Soprano. “On the streets, people call me T-Lay so Leez stems from Lay,” he explains.
Venue Information:
Hotel Utah
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107
http://www.hotelutah.com/