Joey Fatts

Joey Fatts

D Savage, Lucki Ecks, LaLion, Dorian

Tue Mar 21 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

Funhouse

$10.00 - $15.00

This event is all ages

Joey Fatts
Joey Fatts
Joey Fatts was born in Long Beach, California on August 3rd, 1991. As an adolescent, Joey attended Mckinley Elementary, Butler Middle School, and Jordan High School in Long Beach, CA. Joey is the youngest of his mother's 4 children. At the age of 15, Fatts moved out of his mother's house from San Fernando Valley to Long Beach, where he found interest in playing football, a sport in which he hoped to eventually make his profession. Things quickly went downhill, however, as Joey began gangbanging with his friends and by the 12th grade was arrested for robbery--leaving the sport completely out of the picture. It was his cousin, Vince Staples, an aspiring rapper, who introduced Joey to the aspect of curating music. Joey eventually learned that he had a knack of rhyming, telling a chronicle of the journeys he'd been through whilst on the streets. Hip-hop quickly became Joey's new hobby, but instrumentals didn't impact his inbox at a rate that made him content, so he started curating soundscapes of his own. Multiple doors started continuously opening for the man who just months before had nowhere to turn. Joey spruced up a beat tape containing three of his original productions, he then graced the project to a friend of his who was a close affiliate of the A$AP Mob. Soon after, while sleeping on a cot in a friend's garage, he received a call from A$AP Rocky that would change his life.
Lucki Ecks
Chicago's Westside is having a full blown rap resurgence at the moment and at the forefront of this wave is Lucki Eck$, one of the most unique voices emerging from the Chicago scene. Lucki is relatively new to the music business, as the 17-year-old MC has only been recording music for under a year. 2013 finds the phenom prepping the release of his debut project, Alternative Trap, which he describes as his own "subgenre." Lucki mixes tales from the streets with cleverly crafted rhymes that Andrew Barber of Fake Shore Drive calls "incredibly cerebral." It's smart, it's witty and it's unlike anything else being created in hip-hop today. Alternative Trap is a lifestyle.
Venue Information:
Funhouse
109 Eastlake Ave E
Seattle, WA, 98109
http://www.elcorazonseattle.com/