2017 has been a massive year for Seattle’s music. With artists like Metro Boomin sliding through Q Nightclub for their weekly Saturday night parties, Capitol Hill is becoming even more of a Northwest nightlife destination. Don’t miss your chance to see him Sunday

“Combining the best in DJs, MCs, and performance, Q Nightclub is proud to announce Haute Sauce, a weekly Saturday party that blends the heat of summer, the vibe of the old school, the style of couture beach life, and the music of today. Hot Sauce began last summer when some friends set off to create an amazing hip hop vibe in a variety of spaces throughout the city. Well, it’s evolved a bit and landed for good at Q Nightclub with residents DJs Swervewon, Henski, and Lourawk leading the charge.’ – Q Nightclub 

Join Metro Boomin in Seattle August 19th

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Over the last 4 years, Metro Boomin has become incredibly popular. He first gained national notoriety back in 2013 when he was on Billboard charts for the first time as the producer of Future’s “Karate Chop” and “Honest.” Those two songs helped propel the young producer into a whole new atmosphere. Since iLoveMakonnen’s “Tuesday” hit the R&B/hip-hop Top Ten, Metro Boomin has been a mainstay near the top of every major rap or hip-hop music chart.

Metro Boomin’s rise to fame also included working alongside Drake and Future for “Jumpman” and also Future for “Low Life.” Those two hits became massive in early 2016 and were soon followed up by 21 Savage’s  “X” and Migos’ “Bad and Boujee,” both of which eventually topped the R&B/hip-hop and pop charts. Since then, Big Sean’s “Bounce Back,” Post Malone’s “Congratulations,” Kodak Black’s “Tunnel Vision,” and Future’s “Mask Off” have all helped establish Metro Boomin as one of the top producers in today’s rap game.


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