St. Petersburg, Fla.- Fresh off the Lace Up Tour and currently promoting his latest mixtape Black Flag, Bad Boy/Interscope recording artist Machine Gun Kelly is set to launch the biggest four-city tour the Sunshine State has ever seen on his highly publicized Raise the Flag Florida tour.
And there’s only one independent rapper in the state of Florida with a strong enough fan base and stage show so exhilarating to hold his own alongside MGK. That rapper’s name is Famous Kid Brick.
Sponsored VYBE Nation and AAA Entertainment, the tour kicks off at Jacksonville venue Brewster’s Roc Bar on July 25, resumes in Orlando at Firestone Live on July 26 and continues to Pompano on July 27 and Tampa on July 28. And Hussch Boy Productions flagship artist Famous Kid Brick will be the opening act for all Florida shows for the Billboard-topping rapper.
“We’re very excited to have Famous Kid Brick join the MGK ‘Raise The Flag’ Florida Tour,” says Neal Carter, CEO of Vybe Nation. “Brick has worked hard over the last few years, has a versatile fan base and an amazing show! He’ll fit right in!”
And with good reason- Brick has been continually holding Florida captive with his infectious flow, dynamic delivery and hypnotic production. His music has amassed more than 2,500 BDS-registered radio spins of his runaway hit single “Im On It,” 15,000 iTunes downloads and sold out shows throughout the Southeast.
Most recently, Brick’s infectious club record “Who Dat” was leaked to a DJ in South Georgia and spread like hot cakes throughout the South.
In late July, Brick will be officially releasing “Who Dat” as a single along with his latest neck-jerking heat rock “Take A Look” and as-yet-untitled mixtape this Fall.
Just last year, Brick had crowds captivated from with show-stopping performances at WiLD 94.1 FM’s Last Damn Show 13 in Tampa, The Florida Classic Riding Big Car Show in Orlando and WiLD 94.1’s annual WiLD Splash 2012 Spring Break concert in Clearwater, Fla. at Coachman Park.
During his magical performance, a sea of about 10,000 multi-ethnic fans and followers recited Brick’s every lyric verbatim.
“Everyone says I got the complete package,” says Brick. “You can hate, but you can’t deny me!”
July 25th – Brewstars Roc Bar in Jacksonville, Florida
July 26th – Firestone Live in Orlando, Florida
July 27th – Club Cinema in Pompano, Florida
July 28th – Jannus Live in St. Pete, Florida
For Tickets and More Information Visit www.FamousKidBrick.com