The Pacific Northwest Chicano hip-hop movement is about to meet a rare experience. Make sure you’re in Seattle this Saturday for a full night of live music with some dope headliners: Yungbree, a Washington local who dominates his state’s scene, and veteran emcee, Mr. Capone-E.
The show is taking place at the LTD in Fremont, notorious for Marshall Law Band’s Fremont Fridays. “With LTD really becoming a real destination, it only made sense to ignite the huge Mexican/American community with a great Spanish Hip-Hop Show,” said label founder Agustin Pedregon of A Ocho del Noventa Entertainment and Records.
Yungbree is a Mexican-American artist who was born in Mexico and grew up in Monroe, WA. His tracks are slick and his bars are catchy and upbeat. The rapper’s name is blowing up even more now after being found by Studio Sage/Chase Fade’s Seattle Sessions.
“I have always believed in Yungbree,” Chase Fade says. “He is a great artist about to pop nationally thanks to his new label deal with A Ocho Del Noventa…Yungbree’s live shows are off-the-chain amazing.”
A huge sensation in the PNW, it will certainly be exciting to see him teamed up with the likes of Mr. Capone-E. The two artists will also be dropping a new collaboration single/music video titled “Reborn” later this July.
Born in Pakistan and raised in West Covina, Mr. Capone-E appealed to Spanish and English rapping styles from the West Coast hip-hop community. In Southern California today, he’s gathered a grand cult following across the globe as he continues to pump out hit tracks.
Mr. Capone-E and Yungbree at the LTD
This show is a whole lot more than just one set. There’s a handful of names that will keep the music going all night at the LTD. Additionally, you can get tickets for the show this Saturday via the link below.
“We have some great guests joining us on stage at LTD including Guada and Razklot, and HiPower Soldiers LilJoe, PranxCrazyBoy, Goodh$rt, ElevatedXConscicience, Endubmexi, Dreams & Gee One,” Yungbree said about the show.
“This is literally a Chicano hip-hop festival!” he continues. “Many thanks to Marshall Law and LTD owner Jack for putting LTD on the map and creating an opportunity for Chicano hip-hop to thrive.”