April 2021 Artists in Live at the Dragon

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April 25th, 3pm
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Watzreal

WatzrealWatzreal is an award winning

MC born and raised in the Bay and is considered by many that know him to be a community staple within the Bay Area underground hip hop scene. With his emotionally honest lyrics, his captivating live performances, and his old school sound smoothly flowing over impeccable production, Watzreal focuses on making relatable music that connects with his listeners on a deep and personal level. His debut album, “Wisdom Wit Attitude,” has been critically acclaimed by fans and labeled

“one of the best debuts in 2015” by the Underground Hip-Hop Blog and he’s only gotten better since! He’s released two other critically acclaimed albums, performed in 15 states, has done multiple tours and had opened for Anderson .Paak, Griselda, Warren G, Twister, Big Daddy Kane, BJ The Chicago Kid, Immortal Technique, Dead Prez, Murs, The Grouch and many more! He’s also been doing work in the community through bests rhymes and life which uses rappers and trained clinicians to provide rap therapy for youth. Watzreal is currently working on his new project, “The Dark Album,” which he plans to release in 2021 which he is confident will be his best work to date.

 

 

Carlos Aguirre aka INFINITE

Carlos Aguirre aka Infinite

 

Carlos Aguirre (actor, emcee, vocal percussionist, educator) has been performing and educating in the Bay Area for over 20 years. He has shared the stage with The Roots, Eryka Badu, Black Eyed Peas, Mary J. Blige, Jam Master Jay, and L.L. Cool J among others. He is currently producing his original rap and beatbox adaptation of Edgar Allen Poe’s The Tell Tale Heart. Aguirre shares his experience by teaching at various schools and at-risk environments throughout the Bay Area.

 

 

 

Jane The Message

Jane the Message

Jane The Message is a San Francisco native, rapper/singer/songwriter, classically trained ballet dancer and clown. Jane started writing rap verses as a shy 8 year old. She continued this as a personal passion and secret dream career. She also fell in love with ballet, spent a good long while focused on classical ballet training and eventually performing professionally. After an injury sidelined her, Jane was discovered while freestyle rapping during a live dating game show. She was invited to battle rap at Tourettes Without Regrets and became a crowd favorite and battle rap champion. She also became an M.V.P. freestyle rap champion at R.O.T.C. Jane’s music is vulnerable, dramatic, metaphorically complex, and she talks a lot about how her life finally makes sense after receiving her autism diagnosis on 12/12/19.