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Friday, December 11, 2015

Show preview: 'WhatUpDoe State Of Mind: Live' at the Shelter tomorrow, Sat. Dec. 12

Posted By on Fri, Dec 11, 2015 at 12:14 PM


WHAT: WhatUpDoe State Of Mind: LIVE (Winter Edition)
WHERE: The Shelter (at St. Andrew's)
WHEN: Saturday, December 12, 2015 (Showtime: 10 p.m.)
WHO: JUNE (Host/MC/Performing) plus the following performers: Mike Chek, Pauly Bronson, MAC, Mark Cooper, Big Bus, V Stylez, Big Gov, Lola Damone, Valid, Terri Rene, Miz Forona, Black Lion Society, Kid Vishis, Fatt Father

Metro Times caught up with rapper June as he was preparing to released his new project, WhatUpDoe State Of Mind: Vol.1. The album was a perfect mix of bom bap Detroit style hip-hop. June has decided to turn his project into a show that highlights Detroit’s best and helps children and the homeless as well.



WhatUpDoe State Of Mind: LIVE was launched to celebrate the progressive, multi-genre music-artists from the great city of Detroit and surrounding areas. As an exclusive, charitable event, WhatUpDoe State Of Mind: LIVE (#WSOML) is featuring a winter edition to close out each year. The goal for #WSOML is to rival the overall success of iconic event-festivals such as Lalapalooza, Coachella, SXSW, and Rock The Bells.

This is a charitable event and everyone is encouraged to bring canned goods and coats to be donated to Detroit’s homeless and kids in need.



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