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Steven Cannon, the Cincinnati native, now a resident of Los Angeles, came through Seattle and brought the turn-up squad. Joining him at Columbia City Theater were Washington locals Big Jone$, Truly, and L’Shawn. On top of that Boise spitter, Cam Stone, and LA’s, Watrcup and Zavy put on hyphy yet memorable sets. Each artist had time on stage to spit their bars and showcase their vocal talents. There were even appearances by Keshawn and Haywood during Truly’s set that was a surprising treat.

Once the Xanman himself took the stage, it really became a party. The energy went up, water started to be thrown, the crowd got closer and things started to come alive. Cannon went side-to-side playing his latest hits and engaged with the fans the entire time. Grabbing phones and taking videos, to eventually inviting everyone up to the stage for photos after the event. Everyone that came through was a real fan of at least one of the artists performing that night and left with a truly intimate experience and some new artists to bump.

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Steven also just released his latest tape, titled LOWKEY. It’s currently available on all streaming services. Following up from his album in 2017, Below Zero, LOWKEY looks to follow-up in a stronger way. Make sure to be on the lookout for Cannon as he’s only 23-years-old and roughly at the beginning of his career. He already has a strong brand and an intelligently catchy sound and can only go up from here.

Steven Cannon – LOWKEY


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