Friday, December 16, 2011

MidCoast Most, Cold Men Young welcomes G-Side to Detroit

MidCoast Most and Cold Men Young welcomed G-Side to Detroit at the Magic Stick. The Alabama duo,ST 2 Lettaz and Yung Clova, wanted to find new fans in the Detroit Hip-Hop scene. It’s safe to say based on the head bobbing and overall positive energy from the crowd when they took the stage G-Side fans were born December 11.

Cold Men Young performed on stage like a well oiled machine. The group, made up of Mic Write, Blaksmith, Kopelli, and Microphone Phelps aka Young Phenom, owned the stage as they performed J.Walker, Nonsense and Eddie Logix, know together as MidCoast Most , brought a strong vibe to the stage.

MidCoast Most and Cold Men Young did not shy away from their songs State of Emergency and Time Bomb which can be considered social commentary. Tracks such as Plastic Cups and I Can’t Hear Myself Think also made it into their sets.

The Magic Stick was the perfect venue for G-Side to introduce their Southern style to Detroit. Their sound is definitely unique bringing in styles from various regions and using two back-up singers.

MidCoast Most, Cold Men Young and G-Side definitely have something in common making the show a success. The unique delivery and lyricism of each member is memorable as they made their songs come alive on stage. The crowd was friendly through their appreciation of the music; dancing and rapping the lyrics to the songs.

If you missed this concert you definitely want to make it to any future concerts by G-Side, MidCoast Most and Cold Men Young.

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