G.L.A.M., Coyote Lee, Vada, Ricky James, D.Mar

G.L.A.M.

Coyote Lee

Vada

Ricky James

D.Mar

Mon · May 14, 2018

7:30 pm

$10.00 - $12.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

G.L.A.M.
G.L.A.M.
As a musician you have the choice to join a group with open arms, accept the labels and moronic comparisons with thanks; or reject any such membership choosing to create against the grain. For producer, rapper, singer and DJ, G.L.A.M. (born Nacolbie Jane Edwards), this theme of tirelessly pushing
against the grain bled into every aspect of her creative process over the last three years. This conviction is what makes her one of the dopest lyricist in this culture and why her debut self released EP, AUXygen is so special.

G.L.A.M. started as a regular rhyme slayer on Team Backpack cyphers and a performance favorite on diverse concert stages and events from SXSW, SoundSet, A3C, Wango Tango, Nike’s 3 on 3 Tournament, Rock the Bells, Oakland Digital and GLAAD Anti_Bullying Spirit Day. She has shared the stage with the likes of G Eazy, Big Sean and J. Cole to name a few. While G.L.A.M. considers herself an emcee first, her obvious talents cannot be contained by merely one type or genre. She is a vocal and percussion prodigy who has played congas since grade school. She pens her own lyrics, is a master of punch lines and hook writing, has an impressive vocal delivery and if that’s not enough she produces her own music with an intoxicating, refreshing and kinetic mix of original yet reminiscent sounds, infectious melodies and a knack for hit-making song structures.
Coyote Lee
Coyote Lee
Coyote Lee is a 22 year old singer/rapper, born and raised on the east side of Baltimore. He now resides in Harlem, NY.

From a young age Coyote Lee was attracted to performing and creating music. His earliest memory of singing was at the age of 4 after his mother’s radio was stolen from her car. For months the only entertainment they could enjoy while driving around Baltimore were the songs they would sing together.

Realizing his passion for music, Coyote Lee auditioned for Baltimore School of the Arts (Tupac, Jada Pinkett, Tracie Thoms, Christian Siriano, etc.) where he was accepted and attended all 4 years of high school. While attending he studied classical voice where he developed voice manipulation techniques he still uses today. After high school, Lee attended Shenandoah Conservatory University to study classical voice further. This is where he decided his love for hip hop could be a career and ultimately parted ways with the school to begin creating his own music.
Ricky James
Ricky James
Renaissance Man
Venue Information:
Bowery Electric
327 Bowery
New York, NY, 10003
http://www.theboweryelectric.com/