Casey Veggies

Versatile Productions and JoeJonesPresents.com Presents

Casey Veggies

Sean Auguste, Lunch the General, Yun-A, Hardaway Smith

Sun, August 6, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm (event ends at 12:00 am)

$25.00 - $40.00

This event is 21 and over

An Intimate Show with Casey Veggies & Friends Introducing the New Project #CUITG

 

Free Parking located in The SOL Venue lot. DO NOT PARK in the neighborhood, you will be towed. If lot is full, please feel free to ask The SOL Venue staff for your next best option.

Casey Veggies
Casey Veggies
A well-known name in hip-hop long before his debut album dropped, rapper Casey Veggies launched his solo career in 2007 after leaving the Odd Future crew. He was a brief but founding member of the group, appearing on its 2007 release The Odd Future Tape before breaking out with his own mixtape, Customized Greatly, Vol. 1, released that same year. Customized Greatly, Vol. 2 followed in 2009, and the rapper spent 2011 promoting his Sleeping in Class mixtape on tour opening for Mac Miller. Customized Greatly, Vol. 3 landed in 2012, then the Life Changes mixtape dropped in 2013, the same year the rapper signed with Epic Records. In 2014 his "Backflip" single was released featuring special guests YG and Iamsu! "Tied Up" featuring DeJ Loaf followed in 2015, and both of the singles landed on that year's Live & Grow album. ~ David Jeffries, Rovi

At the age of 14, Casey released his first mixtape, titled Customized Greatly Vol. 1; while he was going through by his stage name at the time, as Custom. Casey was one of the founding members of the hip hop collective Odd Future, appearing on the collective's first effort The Odd Future Tape, before he decided to branch out on his own, after his first mixtape release. In an interview with Respect Mag, Casey stated it as: "It’s hard to explain, really, but I just had more of a [different] vision for my own rap career. I wanted to do my own thing."
[4] While working with a fellow rapper and Def Jam's recording artist YG on his second mixtape, Veggies began to take rap much more seriously. In an interview with The Madbury Club, Veggies discussed how "strategic sponsorships, limited merchandise, organic partnerships, social presence and influence ability have proved fundamental in the success of Peas & Carats and thus, Casey Veggies"
After graduating high school, Veggies joined with Mac Miller, as one of the opening act for his Blue Slide Park Tour.Since then, Casey performed with artists, such as Nipsey Hussle, Dom Kennedy and Kendrick Lamar, as well as friends in OFWGKTA; including Tyler, the Creator, Hodgy Beats and Domo Genesis.[2] Casey has also featured on records with artists, such as Rich Hil, King Chip and Raheem DeVaughn.
During the recent show, which has included a sold out April 2012 performance, with Roc Nation artist Rita Ora at SOB's in NYC. On the same month, he had also appeared with American rappers Mac Miller and Wiz Khalifa on MTV's RapFixLive Casey Veggies has also appeared on The Neighbourhood's mixtape - 'Jealou$y'.
2013–present: Life Changes and Live & Grow
On January 22, 2013, Veggies released a solo project, which is a mixtape, Life Changes. In February 2013, Veggies signed a record deal with VIC and Epic Records.[9]
On the following day, the store opening of PNCINTL, Casey Veggies released a single, titled "Young Niggas" featuring Juicy J. The artwork for the single showed the store opening. On May 10, 2013, a new single, "Money Don't Buy Time" was released. Casey Veggies also appeared on the Earl Sweatshirt album Doris on the single "Hive"; along with Vince Staples. Casey Veggies released a mixtape with Rockie Fresh, titled Fresh Veggies in December 2013. It was presented by PUMA and was released under Maybach Music Group and PNCINTL. The mixtape features guest appearances from Overdoz, Ty Dolla $ign, Juicy J, Kirko Bangz and Hit-Boy; along with additional productions handled by Lunice, Jahlil Beats and Hit-Boy, among others.
Casey went on his first Canadian tour under PNCINTL management in May 2015.Veggies' debut album, Live & Grow was released on September 25, 2015.On October 16, 2015, a South African hip hop recording artist, Cassper Nyovest; whom he released the track list for his album and Veggie is one of the few artists to being featured on the album, next to a fellow rapper The Game.
Sean Auguste
Sean Auguste
The world was given Justin “Sean Auguste” on May 5, 1987. Blessed to be a child of the beautiful Gwendolyn M. Harris, lead songstress at New Pilgrim Baptist Church; music found Sean at a very young age. As a child the sweet songs of artist like Toni Braxton, Tina Marie, and Yolanda Adams filled the air which added fuel to his passion.
Sean’s Mother and faith played a very important role in his love for music. Aware of his passion and hunger at an early age he sang, wrote songs, played drums and piano for his church and school choir.
As a young man growing up in Inglewood Hip Hop was everywhere. Its transformation of the streets made it impossible for Sean’s Mom to shelter his ears from the hypnotic melodies that captured his heart. Once he stepped off the porch he was engulfed by the heart of Hip Hop.
Being apart of the Hip Hop generation Sean’s world opened up. Hip hop friends, slang, clothes and films. New words and tempos filled his ears painting pictures in his mind that could not be stopped nor tamed; even though it was not allowed at home.
Sean was influenced by so many new and exciting elements both good and bad. He was given tools that caused him to have greater insight, trained ears, place new words to old melodies; relight fire to embers of old talents as well as create new pieces he calls SOUL.
By age 27 Sean Auguste has already completed 5 bodies of soul. Projects that contain music he has produced, wrote, recorded, sang, mastered, engineered, and distributed out of what is now Grateful Studios. An upper room where one can enter and create mystic encounters, answer prayers, and beautiful days.
Coming into his 6th project; Sean has broken new grounds in the sanctuary of his talents. Add that to a man who embodies the work ethic of greats like Michael Jackson, Ray Charles, Kanye West, Tupac Shakur, Jay Z, and Stevie Wonder. his countless features and tittle of host on an up and coming radio show proves just how driven and respected Sean and his craft are.
Justin “Sean Auguste” is a force built of pure knowledge, passion, and raw energy. His work delivers volumizes of pure talent and raw emotion that can not be matched. Sean embeds his soul into all that he creates. After listening to him you can't help but become captured in Hip Hop’s heart as well.
Lunch the General
Lunch the General
IT’S OFFICIAL!!! Lunch Tha General is back from a speedy and successful recovery from his kidney transplant and he has blessed us with a BANGER!! Lunch Tha General’s NEW single is entitled, “Hear Me Though”!! Not only is this his first single release since his kidney transplant surgery but the single “Hear Me Though” was the first song he recorded after his kidney transplant surgery. “Hear Me Though” includes a guest feature from Lunch Tha General’s cousin Casey Veggies who has heated up the airways with his singles, “Tied UP” feat. DeJ Loaf and “Backflip” feat. YG & Iamsu. DJ’s will definitely have this NEW SINGLE BANGER from Lunch Tha General, “Hear Me Though”, feat. Casey Veggies, in NONSTOP rotation!!!


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Yun-A
Yun-A
Yun-A aka Aaron Edwards is a product of Watts, California. He is a Multi-talented kid who played Basketball, Skateboarded, Danced and is a product of the tough streets in Watts. His Music depicts his life experiences and desire to evolve beyond. He has an Energy, Style and Personality that everyone he comes in contact with gravitates too. He has several Street Mix Tape songs to his Credit an more projects coming soon.
Instagram, Facebook, @wattsboyyuna
Hardaway Smith
Hardaway Smith
The Residence brings Los Angeles recording artist Hardaway Smith. As he gives an insight on real life situations, as well as his personal experiences with the ups and downs of the world's overflow. While growing up during hard times in South Central Los Angeles, Hardaway tells the story of a LA minority grinding to make it out.
Venue Information:
SOL Venue
313 E Carson Street
Carson, CA, 90745
http://www.solvenue.com/