LiLa

LiLa

Johnny Polygon, After the Smoke

Fri, March 1, 2013

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

Local 506

Chapel Hill, NC

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is all ages

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LiLa
LiLa
LiLa Who?

When childhood friends began recording in a fiberglass padded playhouse the product was proof of their power.

A group that uses hip-hop to motivate and accentuate the qualities of the other genres we love, LiLa shies from no sound.

They are proof that hip-hop can take any direction and be successful while still staying true to the integrity of quality music.

When did LiLa get Live?

In order to reproduce the energy of LiLa's early album recordings, the group knew a bigger team could do more damage, so they brought on an electrifying squad that would take LiLa to the next level.

With Griffin hitting the drums like a weight room and Rosean playing the deepest basslines, shows became mandatory. The icing on this cold ensemble is the psychedelic riffing of Kyle on guitar and the spicy blowing of Mike P on his
trombone.

LiLa harnesses a great energy,
the question is,
what will YOU do with it?
Johnny Polygon
Johnny Polygon
Born and raised in Tulsa as one of the original Oklahomies, Johnny has since become a rhyme spitting, street-ballad singing, force of nature within the music industry. While splitting his time between New York and Los Angeles, Johnny travels the country exposing like-minded youths to his unique flavor of musical eccentricity. Incorporating a healthy dose of his own highly refined musical sensibility, his compositions range from the love songs for the broken hearted, to club bangers meant to rattle skulls through headphones and blow out the windows of your '97 Ford Focus.

Johnny made his first step onto the national stage after signing with DJ Green Lantern in 2008, and has been working with some of the most brilliant and highly respected artists in the game today. With DJ Green Lantern he helped create the song 'Price On Your Head' which was featured on the Grand Theft Auto IV soundtrack. Soon after, he was singing the hook on Nas' Obama anthem, 'Black President' which made its way on his controversial 'Untitled' album.
After the Smoke
Venue Information:
Local 506
506 W. Franklin St
Chapel Hill, NC, 27516
http://www.local506.com/