“The Day Dallas Stood Still,” a Dallas concert featuring well known rappers Tum Tum, A.Dd+, Dustin Cavazos and Big Tuck, was a smashing success showcasing Dallas' booming rap industry and treating die-hard fans with a concert to remember for ages to come.
While Top Shelf Shows has plenty to be proud of lately, last night really proved the fairly new local booking upstart a force to be reckoned with. Though marketed as "The Day Dallas Stood Still," Dallas rap fans did anything but at Dada. There's no denying that this city is experiencing a golden era of rap music, and if you're sleeping on it, you have no one to blame but yourself.
It is possible that 8pm doors may have been a little early, which is a real bummer for a show like this, but it is to be expected on a weeknight. Dustin Cavazos played a quick opening set, but the crowd really started to fill in around 11pm, when A.Dd+ and DJ Sober took the stage. They got the crowd moving with a set consisting of material from Loosies, a collection of singles released since their debut mixtape, When Pigs Fly.
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