Local artists have taken over since the start of the pandemic
It has been over a year since musical artists have been able to step back on stage in front of a live crowd.
Talent born and raised in Milwaukee, Djay mando assemble it, Us out hip-hop concert in 6 weeks. Like many artists, Mando was eager to get back on stage in front of a live crowd, so he created this opportunity not only for himself but for a range of local artists as well.
“There are so many crazy, crazy talented artists in Milwaukee and a lot of them have their own organic media like social media and things like that, but they haven’t been on a stage like this. “said Mando.
A stage with local hip-hop artists on Wisconsin State Fairground was a first for the place. Mando grew up coming to the State Fair as a child, exhibited at basic shows like the classic rodeo. Now he is able to create a new wave in the same place.
“To come full circle now, I’m giving people an experience that they might not have been exposed to without us at the state fair. The circle has come full circle and we’re just getting married.”
rapper from Milwaukee, B Justice took the stage for the first time in front of an audience in over a year. “I’m just honored to be a part of something so epic. This is the first big concert after the pandemic,” Justice said.
More than giving artists the chance to perform, Mando’s goal is to keep local artists here in Milwaukee. “We have so much going on here and a lot of people feel like they have to get out of this city to make a difference and get big.”
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