Death of My Teenage Tour with Robb Bank$

Spaceland Presents

Death of My Teenage Tour with Robb Bank$

Da$H (New Jerz), Wifi's Funeral, Warhol, Slumgod, Ronny J, ILL CHRIS

Sunday January 22

7:30 pm

$15.00 - $25.00

This event is 18 and over

Robb Bank$
"Bank$ hit the internet music scene with a huge splash in 2012, when he was 17, with his mixtape Calendars. With that release, the Coral Springs-bred rapper referenced news stories, pop culture, drugs, 'bitches,' and, most unique, anime characters and themes. His is a call to a generation of young people like him — raised in the suburbs but tempted by the streets. 'Only thing I can speak about is my experiences — what I want and what I've had,' Bank$ muses. His music has the same dark aesthetic and fury of some of his contemporaries but is more evolved, woven through with personal and universal mythologies, with a high energy and clean sound. As with other musicians his age, the magic of the internet both built him up and tore him down. When the news hit the web that his father was Jamaican reggae star Shaggy, Bank$' first reaction was to deny it, which injured his credibility. At that point, he took a step back from the hype, quit music, stopped slinging drugs, and began reading more — an eclectic mix of titles, from The Satanic Bible to self-help books. Now Bank$ has re-emerged with his debut commercial album and four projects in the works — including an anime movie. It's as though his past four years have played out like a Joseph Campbell hero's journey, with all the drama of the anime cartoons Bank$ so adores. On the cover of YOTS, his silhouette slides sexily out of a pool of blood. He's like Osiris, the Egyptian god of the underworld returning to create life from death. He calls this moment a 'baptism' — everything people knew about him before has washed away, he explains. 'This project,' he observes thoughtfully, 'is almost like a rebirth.' From his beginnings on Tumblr to his more recent signing with a record label, Bank$ is showing millennial rappers that with charisma and good taste, it's possible to ride the web's wave all the way to the stage." - Miami New Times
Da$H (New Jerz)
Wifi's Funeral
ILL CHRIS
Venue Information:
The Regent Theater
448 S. Main St.
Los Angeles, CA, 90013