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Ineffable Live and Second Octave Presents E-40, live at SOMO Village on Thursday, September 6, 2018! Special guest Andre Nickatina, Nef the Pharoah, and OMB Peezy will open the show!

SHOW INFORMATION

Door Time– 5:30 PM

Show Time– 7:00 PM

All Ages Show– Children 5 years old and younger have free admission to SOMO Concerts when accompanied by a paid adult 18 years or older.

BAND INFORMATION

E-40

With millions of records sold, nationwide sold out shows, loved by both the streets and respected amongst his peers, without question E-40 continues to reign supreme. Empowering a familiar cliché that states, “If it’s not broke, don’t fix it” the Revenue Retrievin’ series continues and the most underrated rapper returns with two brand new albums entitled “Revenue Retrievin’ Graveyard Shift” and “Revenue Retrievin” Overtime Shift.”

Andre Nickatina

Born and raised in the Fillmore District of San Francisco, Andre Nickatina has been a hip-hop luminary since the release of his critically acclaimed debut The New Jim Jones (1993). Without saying so, for over two decades Nickatina has had his finger on the pulse of what is raw, uncut, and capable of capturing the mind and ears of listeners. Never one to follow or ride trends, Nickatina is a rare breed of artist… one of the last original trendsetters. His reputation in the hip-hop community is legendary, as an artist who was not only present during the golden era of hip-hop, but is also one of the few musicians who has helped the music grow and who has remained ultimately relevant with each successive album he has released.

Nef The Pharaoh

A Bay Area rapper who hit with a song about the Dirty South, Nef the Pharaoh (Tonee Hayes) went from Internet freestyler to big timer in 2015 with a track honoring Birdman and Mannie Fresh. The Vallejo, California rapper launched his career uploading his remixes to the web and releasing mixtapes like 2014’s Fresh Hitler. A year later, he honored the duo that launched the Cash Money label with the track “Big Tymin’.” The single was a regional hit, then went national when it was picked up by E-40’s Sick Wid It label. “Big Tymin’,” along with a remix featuring YG and Ty Dolla $ign, were part a self-titled EP released by the end of 2015. A couple supplemental Sick Wid It mixtapes appeared in 2016, ahead of Nef’s debut album, 2017’s The Chang Project. By that point, Nef’s featured verses, including several on tracks headlined by E-40, numbered in the dozens

OMB Peezy

Rapper OMB Peezy was born in Mobile, Alabama in 1997. Part of a musical family, Peezy started rapping at age 12, soaking up Southern rap influences like Kevin Gates, Soulja Slim, and Masta P while developing his own style. Peezy was still in his teens when he started to make serious waves with his music, dropping the blistering single “Lay Down” in 2016. The track caught the attention of many, including rapper Nef the Pharaoh, who played the track for Bay Area legend E-40. E-40 signed Peezy to his 300 Entertainment/Sick Wid It label. By now relocated to Sacramento, Peezy released the singles “When I Was Down” and “Porch” in 2017 before releasing his debut mixtape, Loyalty Over Love, later that year.

 

SEPT 6, 2018

E-40