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CrasH Tour Brings Numb Numb Juice to Denver

CrasH Tour Brings Numb Numb Juice to Denver

Idalis Richardson

December 13th, 2019

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The CrasH Tour

The Legend of TDE continues to grow with the tantalizing performances of ScHoolboy Q’s Crash Talk Tour Wednesday night. What is already known about the legendary label is an understatement compared to the new heights they continue to reach.

Initiating the night was the stunning performance by the artist known as T.F. Upon stepping foot onto the stage, T.F. immediately got the crowd rocking, with sound delivery and amazing stage presence. Furthermore, after T.F. rocked the stage, we were granted another jaw-dropping performance by Kembe X. Performing songs off his sophomore album, (I Was Depressed Until I made This), Kembe X subdued the audience with bars after bars of rhythmic flow patterns. Lastly, before the god M.C. ScHoolboy Q graced the stage, we were met with one of the most underrated artists out right now, TDE’s newest member, Reason. Starting off his performance with songs off his debut album, (There You Have It), and Grammy-nominated The Black Panther Soundtrack, Reason stole the show with his energetic, poetic rhymes, further preparing us for the headlining act.   

A Far Cry From Hoover

Born Quincy Matthew Hanley, ScHoolboy Q is an American rapper and songwriter based in South Central Los Angeles, California. Growing up in South Central Los Angeles, on 51st Street, neighboring Figueroa and Hoover Street. ScHoolboy Q attended John Muir Middle School, and Crenshaw High School where he played football. After graduating Crenshaw High School, Hanley went on to attend Glendale Community College, Los Angeles City College, Los Angeles Southwest College and West Los Angeles College, the latter of which is where he played football for the West Los Angeles Oilers.

In 2006, ScHoolboy began to work with Top Dawg Entertainment (TDE), His first time at TDE’s studio, ScHoolboy Q worked with his soon to be Black Hippy cohorts Jay Rock and Ab-Soul. In 2008, Hanley released his first mixtape titled Schoolboy Turned Hustla, After the release of Schoolboy Turned Hustla, he signed a deal with Top Dawg Entertainment in 2009, where he later formed Black Hippy. On January 11, 2011, TDE released Setbacks, his first independent album, exclusively through iTunes, to critical acclaim. ScHoolboy would then go to release Habits & Contradictions in 2012 Oxymoron in 2014, and Blank Face Lp in 2016. All Preparing us for this album and this moment, the Crash Talk Tour.

Last Stop of the Crash Tour

To describe ScHoolboy Q’s onstage performance is not only unexplainable,  I’m not sure if there are enough words in the dictionary to properly give this man the credit he is due. He came onto the stage with his song “Water Ft. Lil Baby” playing in the background. ScHoolboy Q seemed to take a second to admire his onlookers before he started to perform another one of his hit songs “Floating Ft. 21 Savage“, all while doing some incredible dance moves. Bouncing from one end of the stage to another, ScHoolboy appeared to never skip a beat, while his Dj (Mackwop) was standing on his Dj booth jamming to the next song. You could definitely tell these two were in sync. Ending his performance with some of his classics like “Blessed” and “That Part” ScHoolboy Q showcased last night in Denver why is he a living legend.

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