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Stööki Sound this Friday night & O.T. Genasis next Friday at FORTUNE (Soulgood Sponsored Events)

SOULGOOD SPONSORED EVENTS

 

FRIDAY, MAY.5TH –

 

London based producers Stööki Sound bring their Off The Endz tour to Vancouver for a special edition of Happy Ending Fridays May 5th with Promnite and residents Flores & LeChance.

 

Get tickets ~ CLICK HERE

 

Sponsored by Soulgood, Absolut, Livestock, Cariboo Brewing & Do604.

 

Follow along via instagram.com/fortunesound + Snapchat @ fortunesnaps

 

ABOUT STÖÖKI SOUND:
DJ Lukey and Jelacee together make up the London based production and DJ unit Stööki Sound, blending their musical backgrounds in UK Bass, Hip-Hop and Trap to create their unique sound. collaborating with some of the biggest names in bass and trap, amassing a world wide audience, and racking up millions of listens through Soundcloud and Spotify, Stööki Sound has shown the world that their genre bending style is here to stay.

 

Stööki Sound is one of the three elements of Stööki (Sound, Vision & Play). They present interactive art and immersive events combined to experience and spread the Stööki lifestyle.

 

ABOUT PROMNITE:
LA party champ and Athletixx founder Promnite (Fools Gold) fresh off his Snake Charmer EP that featured the likes of Denzel Curry, Nell, JK The Reaper, Adam Vida, Mark Johns & Ladonnis.

 

FRIDAY, MAY.12TH –

 

Happy Ending Fridays celebrates 8 Years with Cali rapper O.T. Genasis (“Cut It” / “Coco”) alongside residents Rico Uno, Yurie & LeChance Friday May 12th!

 

LS Room: Beatginnings

 

GET TICKETS –> CLICK HERE

 

Sponsored by Soulgood, Do604, Cariboo Brewing, Funktion-One (Official), Absolut & Livestock.

 

Follow along at instagram.com/fortunesound
#HappyEndingFridays

 

ABOUT O.T. GENASIS
After a false start with 50 Cent’s G-Unit label, the career of O.T. Genasis truly took off when Busta Rhymes caught the Atlanta-born, Long Beach-raised rapper performing the early-2014 single “Touchdown” not once, not twice, not three times, but four consecutive times for a demanding but rapt crowd. O.T. Genasis subsequently joined Busta’s Conglomerate Entertainment label and signed to parent label Atlantic for distribution. Together they released a version of “Touchdown” with verses from Busta and French Montana. The relatively relaxed follow-up single “CoCo,” another ode to dealing cocaine, was released that November and swiftly became a bigger hit. Plans to release a major-label debut album in 2015 failed to materialize, but the rapper launched 2016 with three similarly named singles, “Do It,” “Push It,” and “Cut It.