It’s a spot that you’d pass if you blinked. It’s the last place you’d expect to be a music turn up spot once the sun sets in beautiful Miami. You know what they say, sometimes great things come in small packages and Moonchine packs quite a punch! It’s definitely one of my favorite local music turn up spots in Miami. So when we received the invitation from our good friend Acosta, CEO of Unidentified Music Group, to attend a show at Moonchine headlined by the one and only Project Pat of Three 6 Mafia there was no way in hell we’d turn it down.
As soon as we stepped into the building we could feel the energy and the positive vibes. The place was packed with many of Miami’s local hip hop music acts. From Wil E. Haze (@WilEHaze), Rabbid (@rabbidhiphop), Ken Kong (@KenKong) and drummer Drumma Heiland (@drummaheiland), to Unidentified Music Group’s (@unidentifiedmusicgroup) very own artist Freddy Lenz (@freddylenzmusic) and Lil Ito (@itoumg) plus a few others, you could just tell it was going to be a great night.
The energy of the whole event remained on turn up from the first act to the last act. The undeniable chemistry of solo artists Wil E. Haze and Rabbid, the crazy showmanship of Ken Kong and his dope drummer Drumma Heiland, and the crazy shenanigans that took place when Freddy Lenz and Lil Ito hit the stage made this event one that will remain in my memory for quite some time. Not only were the artists pouring their hearts out but all the fans in attendance showed the utmost amount of love to each and every act, whether they came to see them or not. Though the Miami music scene has received a lot of bad press, some of it deserved, this event helped me realize that hip hop is alive and well in the underground scene here in Miami. Kudos to all who performed and special thanks to Unidentified Music Group for inviting us out. Checkout the vids.
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