Cakeswagg, Dephrase, Nate Nics @Rockwood Music Hall
$12 Advance | $15 Day-of
Cakeswagg is a leader in Boston’s Hip Hop community. The lyrical rapper from Roxbury, who is famous for her freestyles and effeminate flair and lyricism, breaks down barriers and stereotypes created by society with her colorful tracks and hard working spirit.
Cakeswagg has been nominated and granted multiple prestigious music awards. She is well aware of her identity as an artist as well as a person. The talented rapper knows where she’s headed, who she wants to be, and makes sure to grab on to every opportunity she gets so as to not be devoured by the brutal industry.
Daniel Babai aka Dephrase is a producer, engineer, and studio owner in the Boston area. They began making beats a little over ten years ago, getting their start in the music scene through lo-fi collectives on SoundCloud such as Dust Era and MelodySoul. They have been a fixture in the Boston music scene through their duo Optic Bloom, and continue to collaborate with many artists locally and around the world. By day, Dephrase runs Ugly Duck Studio where they work on solo and collaborative projects spanning across almost any genre. Dephrase is celebrating the release of their album “Dephrost Volume 1,” which is a celebration and ode to winter holidays, out in December 2023.
About Nate Nics
Nate Nics got his start in music as a West African drummer and poet as a 7 year old in Boston, MA. After experiencing several racially charged incidents that forced him to switch schools throughout his childhood he developed a knack for advocating against injustice in any form. However, for middle school he started attending a rigid charter school that offered little in the areas of music and social studies so his skill in his once primary focus areas became stagnant and dulled. It wasn’t until his senior year of high school at the age of 17 that he started rapping as a way to express himself. It wasn’t until his senior year of high school at the age of 17 that he started rapping as a way to express himself. After a few successful stints showcasing his abilities in cyphers and freestyle sessions he quickly became known in that community as a rapper and helped start a collective of classmates and fellow artists called Abstract Society of General Fallacies (ASGF).
A very limited number of bar stools and table seats are available on a first come first served basis
There is a one drink minimum per show *standing*
There is a two drink minimum per show *seated*
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88 Van Ness Street
Boston, MA, 02215