This month’s monthly Edition of Open University x BassLife’s Trap Shop is another dope line-up. Last month we featured Kanetic Source, Opski Chan, Sean Blak, Ziggy x C-Note, Westacy Ent, Nebulous, Taj, Ant Bankx, The Barhemian & Zero Luck. This month’s line-up includes City Shawn & Shady Blaze headlining, with support from an ill line-up consisting of Pariah, Metafizix, Jesse Lives, Just Me & Malcolm Lee. RSVP To the event here on facebook. The event is hosted by Dirtbag Dan.
The San Jose Native will apear on StrongArm’s Fresh to Death show on 90.5FM KSJS on 8/23 to talk about what he’s been working on. He has a project “Forever’ coming soon, and is still riding the buzz of his previous effort, “Till November. His gritty but true to life rap style, reminds me of Nipsey Hussle, it is our pleasure to have him on this month’s line-up:
The Oakland, Cali repper blew me away the first time I saw him live. With a flow reminiscent of Twista or Bone Thugs, but content that is Cali to the bone. Shady will be taking the stage on this month’s installment of “Trap Shop” Open University Edition.
San Jose’s very own Pariah will be performing at this month’s Trap Shop. He recently had a track “Love Song” in which he proposed to his girlfriend on the last bar of the last verse. Despite earning his stripes in the battle circuit, Pariah has shown versatility and ability to make personal tracks, and hard-hitting lyrical ones.
Just Me has been making some notable music. I first heard him on a track called “The Rise” which saw him spitting alongside Equipto & Nio Tha Gift on a dope Ekzakt production. I later had him on my show, and recently we had a single by him “Minor Decisions” do very well on the airwaves at 90.5FM KSJS . We had to have him on this line-up so San Jose could see him live.
Jesse Lives had a dope project called Dopefiene drop last year, which featured some standout tracks including “Like Mike”, which had a great presence on 90.5FM KSJS rotation here in San Jose. The SJ Native will be taking the stage at this month’s Trap Shop.
The San Jose duo, consisting of Society and Cola will bring their talents to Trap Shop this month. After a dope performance at a show we threw back in May at Agenda with Locksmith, Rey Resurreccion, Young Gully and more on the bill. Metafizix are back on another Open University show line-up.
Malcolm Lee has been a long time collaborator and member of Open University Productions team. He has produced countless tracks, and help with mixing on several projects. So it only made sense, since he has been releasing some dope solo music, that he perform on this line-up. He has recently released “Second Guess” which did very well throughout the summer on 90.5FM KSJS airwaves.
Written by StrongArm