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Win tickets to see G-Eazy live in Toronto [Contest]

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Toronto, ON – On Mar. 20, our friends over at Union Events team up with INK to bring rapper-producer G-Eazy and his ‘These Things Happen Tour’ to Toronto in support of his highly-anticipated forthcoming These Things Happen album.

It all goes down at the Virgin Mobile Mod Club with door opening at 7 p.m. G-Eazy is joined by Chicago up-and-comer Rockie Fresh, so it’s going to be all sorts of fun. And to make things even better for you, we’ve linked up with the Union fam to give away a pair of tickets to one lucky fan. Check it out.

Win tickets to see G-Eazy live in Toronto [Contest] - HipHopCanada.com

Win tickets to see G-Eazy live in Toronto [Contest] - HipHopCanada.com

To enter to win those tickets, get at us on Twitter at @HipHopCanada and @TheUnionEast using the hashtag #GEazyToronto, and tell us what your favourite G-Eazy joint is. We’ll announce the winner on Mar. 18. That’s next Tuesday, by the way.

But if you don’t want to miss out, you should probably just go ahead and purchase your tickets now. Advance tickets are $17.50 and advance V.I.P. meet-and-greet packages are $40. Tickets are available online, as well as at Rotate This, Soundscapes, and Play De Record. For more information, hit up unionevents.com.

About G-Eazy

G-Eazy is pleased to announce his upcoming headline “These Things Happen” North American Tour. The 36 date tour kicked off on February 21, 2014 in Dallas, TX and continues across the U.S. and Canada touching base in New York City, Chicago, Atlanta, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Montreal with additional dates to be announced.

G-Eazy’s recent “Almost Famous” video release follows the first official offering off of These Things Happen, the Bay Area anthem “Far Alone” featuring Jay Ant, which premiered with XXL Magazine. Additionally, G-Eazy was just named Spotify’s “Spotlight” artist for 2014 and featured in Brooklyn Magazine for their “30 Under 30” list for emerging artists.

G-Eazy has an agenda. For the last couple of years he’s been trying to finish school while building up a grassroots fan-base across the US. Schooled in the bay, tested in New Orleans, G isn’t a stranger to paying dues. His live shows have turned heads from the smallest of Midwest clubs all the way up to arenas on dates with Lil Wayne, Big Sean, and Drake, among others.

G has trekked across the US on multiple tours breaking hearts with his James Dean meets hip-hop vibe and unforgettable live shows. It’s not hype. It’s not a hit. It’s not an image. It’s all of the above, the product of diligence that only a true fan understands; G reinterprets what he loves, not what everyone wants to hear, but in 2011 its looking like those two paths are starting to merge.

G’s been a fixture on the local New Orleans rap scene for a few years and more recently in the music blogosphere, but in the last few months his popularity has surged and as his national profile has grown exponentially. His latest mixtape, The Endless Summer, produced Runaround Sue, who’s sun stroked throwback video garnered over 100,000 plays on Youtube in less than a week. But it all comes back to the live show, one New Orleans music blogger summed it up with, “the young crowd was reaching the levels of mass hysteria reserved for the 50s and 60s rock ‘n’ roll legends to whom G-Eazy has been paying so much homage.”

About Rockie Fresh

If you haven’t heard the buzz yet, let it be known that Chicago native Rockie Fresh is quickly becoming your next favorite rapper. Only 20-years-old and starting his music career just a few years ago, this young up-and-comIer is already one of the hottest independent artists in hip-hop.

With a unique sound that has deep urban undertones and an alternative rocker mentality, Rockie continues to break barriers and defy conventions. Working with artists ranging from Fall Out Boy lead singer Patrick Stump to internet phenom Lil B, and with co-signs from the likes of new-age college rap sensations like Asher Roth and Kidz In The Hall, Rockie’s grassroots movement has every corner of the music world talking. From Complex Magazine to BroBible.com, The Source to MyspaceMusic, and BET to RockTheVote, Rockie is quickly taking the industry by storm.

Fresh’s debut mixtape “Rockie’s Modern Life” was released in December of 2009, quickly propelling him into Chicago stardom as fans and tastemakers across the city began echoing the name of a new hometown hero. Not sure what to expect, Rockie took to the stage for the very first time in his career at his own release show. To his surprise, he found himself in front of a sold out crowd of eagerly anticipating fans. From there he was propelled into the national spotlight as he earned performances at SXSW, A3C Music Festival, and Bamboozle, and opened for Rick Ross, Big Sean, The Cool Kids, Twista, Chip Tha Ripper and more across the country.

Coming off of his newest project “The Otherside”, Rockie continues to outdo himself. As his sophomore release, “The Otherside” tallied over 15,000 downloads in it’s first week alone, and over 30,000 downloads to date. Presented by 2DopeBoyz.com and MTV Top DJ’s illWill & Rockstar, the project was deemed “one of the most impressive mixtapes to close out 2010″ by The Smoking Section and one of the best mixtapes of the year by many, making Rockie Fresh one of the top emcees to look out for in 2011.


Twitter: @G_Eazy | @rockiefresh | @TheUnionEast

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Sarah Sussman is HipHopCanada's Associate Editor in Chief. Sarah was born-and-raised in Calgary, AB. She is a freelance writer and photographer, as well as a 2013 graduate from SAIT Polytechnic's journalism program. She writes about hip-hop and fashion (and sometimes a combination of the two). Sarah has written for The Weal, Where Calgary, Essential Calgary, and Our Alberta. Sarah started working with HipHopCanada in Jan. 2013 as Canadian Prairies Editor. She has been fortunate enough to interview some gnarly fine folks, including Moka Only, Joey Bada$$, Mac Miller, Maseo (De La Soul), Ali Shaheed Muhammad (A Tribe Called Quest), and more. Twitter: @IHeartTART

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