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Andre Nickatina live at Wrongbar in Toronto on May 15 [News/Contest]

UPDATE: Please note that the location for this event has changed from Mod Club to Wrongbar (1279 Queen St W Toronto, ON M6K 1L4). Tickets will be honored at the new venue. The location listed on the flyer is no longer accurate.


Toronto, ON – Union Events is proud to present hip-hop/rap luminary Andre Nickatina live in Toronto at the Mod Club on Wednesday May 15th for The Nickatina Experience Tour. We interviewed Andre in Vancouver back in October. Click here to check it out. For more information on where to buy tickets and to see the official flyer, hit the jump link below.

Ticket Giveaway

Union Events has given us 2 pairs of tickets to give away for this event! For a chance at winning a pair, follow these steps: 1. Follow @HipHopCanada on Twitter 2. Tweet at us with something like, “@HipHopCanada I wanna see Andre Nickatina in #Toronto on May 15!” Good luck!

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Andre Nickatina in Vancouver, October 2012 (Article) | Photo: Amalia Jude

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Tickets

$25.00 + S/C Advance tickets available online at ticketfly.com, UnionEvents.com, Rotate This, Soundscapes & Play De Record.

Video

Andre Nickatina – Break Bread ft. Richie Rich [Video]

http://youtu.be/o8TXpoi-goE

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About Andre Nickatina

Born and raised in the Fillmore District of San Francisco, Andre Nickatina has been a Hip-Hop/Rap luminary since the release of his critically acclaimed debut, “The New Jim Jones.” A favorite at public venues and on college campuses, Andre Nickatina continues to sustain a loyal fan-base, while engaging new supporters throughout North America. Nickatina’s classic stage show combined with his rare interviews, maintains his mystery and unique musicianship that has spanned two decades.

The longevity of Nickatina speaks for itself. An award-winning MC and producer (2005 Bay Area Artist of The Year / Album of The Year for “Bullets”), Nickatina’s vision has expanded beyond the 18 albums (and hundreds of thousands of sales) that he has executive-produced. Also, a diverse artist, Nickatina has gained critical acclaim for his work and vision as a filmmaker, with more than seven films to his credit as either a director, co-director, executive producer, producer or actor.

Changing his name from Dre Dog to Andre Nickatina in 1996, he transformed his career to a plateau that has allowed him to create and develop an entirely new fan base with his original flow, distinct voice and lyrical explorations that few other MCs have displayed an ability to achieve. His third album, “Raven In My Eyes,” marked Nickatina’s shift as an artist and expanded his audience to the wildly enthusiastic college crowds that praise him with regular sellouts from coast to coast. In 2008 Nickatina completed a timeless masterwork that paired he and his friend, Mac Dre (R.I.P.) together with the new classic, “A Tale of Two Andres. ”

Nickatina’s business acumen is as sharp and honorable as his presence on stage. Nickatina’s vision as an artist has been admired by many of his peers as he is seen as one of the last Bay Area Legends who was not only present during the golden-era of Hip-Hop, but one of the few artists who has helped Hip-Hop grow and who has remained ultimately relevant with each successive album he has released.

Without saying so, Nickatina has had his finger on the pulse of what is raw, uncut and capable of capturing the mind and ears of listeners. Never one to follow or ride trends, Andre Nickatina is a rare breed of artist… one of the last original trend setters. Nickatina does not do what the people want… rather the people want to know what Dre will do next.

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Twitter: @andrenickatina | @TheUnionEast

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