Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Philly Jam Session - Kindred, Questlove, Robert Glasper, Black Thought - Jan 5th 2013

SAVE $10 Off General Admission by using promo code "SHRINE" on our ticket site. CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS!

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Pete Rock & CL Smooth live at The Shrine.

CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth performing Mecca & The Soul Brother live! Shrine Chicago - Chicago, IL
Friday, Nov 30 2012

2012 marks the 20th year anniversary of Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth's classic hip-hop lp "Mecca & The Soul Brother".

Watch them perform this album live in it's entirety.
the 1st 50 tickets are only $20.00

Doors open 9pm.

Monday, October 1, 2012

Soul Train Dance Party feat. Talib Kweli

We got Talib Kweli spinning at The Shrine for Halloween!

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

The Brand New Heavies (feat. N'Dea Davenport) live in concert on Nov. 1st

The Brand New Heavies feat. N'Dea Davenport will be live and in concert at The Shrine on Thursday, November 1st.
Get ready for the jazzy, funky and soulful sounds (featuring N'Dea Davenport on vocals) of The Brand New Heavies!
Doors open at 8pm.
General Admission, VIP Area & VIP Bottle Service available online.
VIP Area details - Enjoy the show from Suite II, also features a personal cash bar for guests in VIP.
VIP Bottle Service details - Entry for up to 4 guests. 1 Bottle of Grey Goose Premium Vodka. Personal server (gratuity included). Chasers (Cranberry juice, Orange Juice, Ice. etc.)
No Refunds.


Biography September 2011

The Brand New Heavies are a British music institution whose unique mix of jazz, funk and soul has lit up the dance scene for well over two decades – and shows no sign of stopping.
When glamorous filmstar Demi Moore posed naked and pregnant for the cover of Vanity Fair magazine in August 1991 approximately 100 million people saw the cover. Anyone who delved inside would have seen a feature headlined ‘Funky and Chic’ about up-and-coming British band the Brand New Heavies. They were far from new-born, having been conceived in the London suburb of Ealing in 1985 – but they were about to deliver the world some unique music.
The founding and ever-present trio of Jan Kincaid, Simon Bartholomew and Andrew Levy on drums/keyboards, guitar and bass respectively had been influential in creating what became known as the acid jazz scene. They have since steered the Brand New Heavies into the current millennium, where they remain as influential and respected as ever.
The name was homage to soul godfather James Brown, who was once billed as the ‘Minister of New Super Heavy Funk’. ‘We supported him at Wembley once,’ guitarist Bartholomew later revealed. ‘We were soundchecking and James Brown arrives…dressed in this amazing olive green suit with a sort of Kentucky Fried Chicken tie. And we jammed in front of him. He was like “you guys sound great”. It was mind-blowing for us because he basically invented funk.’ The Heavies first made their reputation on the Eighties London club circuit and were standard-bearers for acid jazz, the slower-paced, more soulful counterpart of acid house that also spawned the likes of Jamiroquai and Galliano.
A single, ‘Got To Give’, came out on Cooltempo before the band signed to Acid Jazz Records and released ‘Brand New Heavies’ in 1990 with the emphasis on instrumental rather than vocal material. In America, where they were signed to the Delicious Vinyl label, they started getting press attention. Jan Kincaid recalls ‘a live show in New York which also got great press. Word got back to the UK and suddenly there was this massive buzz … From then on, the public and press perception really took off for us.’
This Stateside connection had grown even stronger when they linked with American singer N'Dea Davenport. Having made her name in Los Angeles, where she’d headed with $300 in her pocket after leaving her native Atlanta, she continued her travels to London after Eurythmic Dave Stewart offered her a solo record deal. She didn’t take this up, instead linking with the Heavies, and the band’s first golden period was about to begin.
Their eponymous debut album, re-issued with Davenport’s vocals added, took off around the world in 1992, fuelled by the hits ‘Never Stop’ (a new track), ‘Stay This Way’ and ‘Dream Come True’. The video for ‘Stay This Way’ enjoyed heavy rotation on MTV, taking them to a still wider audience.
Just when you would have thought they’d capitalise on this first success, the Heavies then took a stylistic left turn and came up with ‘Heavy Rhyme Experience: Vol. 1’, joining forces with a number of popular rappers including Main Source, Gang Starr, Grand Puba and the Pharcyde. The inspiration had been a show with MC Serch (formerly of 3rd Bass) and Q-Tip of A Tribe Called Quest in New York which had inspired them to incorporate elements of hip-hop in their music.
Two years later came the album many fans still consider their peak. ‘Brother Sister’ included the hits ‘Dream On Dreamer’, ‘Back To Love’ and ‘Spend Some Time’ and soared all the way to Number 4 in the UK chart, turning platinum in the process. It also contained their biggest chart single to that date, the Number 13 smash ‘Midnight At The Oasis’. This cover of the 1974 Maria Muldaur hit became a UK radio staple but, curiously, was not released Stateside.
It was also unusual in being a song pure and simple. As Kincaid explained, improvised jamming had always been ‘one of our fundamental ways of making music. That's always how we start, with beats and groove…the songwriting comes later, it's a tribal/folk/communal thing.’
Davenport’s departure in 1994 to complete a long-delayed solo album didn’t derail the Heavies. And why should it when they could call upon a replacement as talented as Siedah Garrett? A long-time associate of Quincy Jones, she had recently recorded and toured with Michael Jackson, duetting with him for ‘I Just Can't Stop Loving You’ and co-writing ‘Man In The Mirror’.
As part of the band, Garrett co-wrote their Top 20 hit 'Sometimes’, which peaked at Number 11 in the UK and helped propel the ‘Shelter’ album to Number 5. But, as with ‘Midnight At The Oasis’, it was when the Heavies lent their trademark sound to a well-chosen standard, in this case Carole King's ‘You've Got A Friend’, that the biggest commercial rewards were obtained. Originally a US chart-topper for James Taylor and performed by its writer a quarter of a century earlier on her ‘Tapestry’ album, it made UK Number 9 in the Heavies’ hands and was all over the radio airwaves. In the UK, at least – once again, Stateside audiences were denied the pleasure when it was omitted from the album’s US pressing.
Garrett left the group in early 1998 to concentrate on songwriting, leaving the Heavies once again without a lead voice. Good friend Carleen Anderson, a solo artist after coming to fame fronting the Young Disciples, saved the day and happily contributed to ‘Trunk Funk – The Best of The Brand New Heavies’. Her revamped version of ‘Apparently Nothing’ (a hit for her previous group in 1991) joined ‘Saturday Nite’ as Top 40 singles that helped boost the collection to an impressive Number 13 peak and keep the Heavies in the media spotlight.
The early years of the new millennium were relatively quiet ones: the Japan-only release ‘We Won't Stop’ in 2003 featured vocals by Sy Smith, while the following year’s ‘Allaboutthefunk’ saw Nicole Russo fronting the band both live and in the studio.
But old-school fans dreamed of a reunion with N'Dea Davenport, and in 2006 their wish was granted. The group re-emerged in fine style with a new CD called ‘Get Used To It’. A highlight of this appears here, a fabulous version of Stevie Wonder’s ‘I Don’t Know Why (I Love You)’ that more than justifies the comment of esteemed US trade paper Billboard when they proclaimed Davenport ‘one of the seven wonders of the world… she doesn’t just sing lyrics…she inhabits them.’
The Brand New Heavies have been a part of the British music scene for over a quarter of a century. And, while they’ve always looked west for inspiration, we can be justifiably claim them as our own. Let’s leave the last word to Jan Kincaid who, when asked for the secret of their longevity, said this:
‘There is something unique about the Brand New Heavies that has to do with the make-up and, at the same time, is greater than that. We've been together so long that we have the grounding and the history. We started as a live band and did it hard, just playing clubs, pubs, anywhere that would have us for a long time before we got a record deal. We weren't just centred around a record, and that's the way it should be.’
And Demi Moore’s still looking good, too…

Written by Michael Heatley

Monday, August 13, 2012

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Aug 19th - BANG - DJ Terry Hunter birthday Bash

Next Sunday, we wish DJ Terry Hunter a happy birthday....BANG! w/ guest Josh Milan of #Blaze (how deep is your love)

Thursday, August 9, 2012

A Tribute to Guru: Jeru & Group Home live

A tribute to Guru (of Gang Starr) by Jeru The Damaja & Group Home. GENERAL ADMISSION & VIP Bottle Service available now online! Also featuring Qwel & Maker GQ the Teacha MC Adad Brave Monk & Man-O-Wax(F.E.W) StephStaa James Christos(GuerillaMovement) Tony Baines & Urbanized Music(Spalaney's) Notrydo and Phee Mr.Greenweedz Music by DJ's U're SP1, BMan.

Monday, June 25, 2012

Yellowman live on July 11th

Dancehall / Reggae legend Yellowman live on July 11th. Please buy tickets now

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Goapele live at The Shrine on Friday, April 20th

Buy Tickets Now -

Bay Area songstress Goapele will be performing live at The Shrine.
Early show, doors open at 8pm, performance at 9pm.

General Admission tix are available now!

We also have VIP tickets.
V.I.P. Area:
Individual V.I.P. in our elevated seating area in Suite 2. | Enjoy a more comfortable experience in our VIP area. VIP Seating is only available via pre-pay, no one seat is assigned just the area. VIP Suite II is located to East of the stage.

Bottle Service details:
*Complimentary VIP seating/admission for up to 4 people.*
*One bottle of Grey Goose Vodka*
*VIP seating & personal server*

The night also features DJ Duane Powell.

Mistah FAB - God Don't Love Me (RIP Trayvon Martin)

A very powerful song by Mistah F.A.B. about "Trayvon Martin's" tragic death.


DJ Premier at The Shrine on April 12th

Chicago, IL. on Thursday, April 12th The Shrine proudly presents hip-hop's most respected DJ & Producer...DJ Premier.

The legendary DJ Premier will be performing a live (DJ set) at The Shrine on Thursday, April 12th. DJ Premier's style of production epitomizes the New York sound of his earlier peers, DJ Premier's productions appear on many of the music's most important records: Nas' Illmatic, Christina Aguilera's Back to Basics, the Notorious B.I.G.'s Ready to Die, Jay-Z's Reasonable Doubt, Jeru the Damaja's The Sun Rises in the East, and Mos Def's Black on Both Sides to name a few. Primo as he is known in hip-hop circles is truly a Hip Hop pioneer and legend.

Also feat. DJ Tone B. Nimble

Tickets available now on For bottle service, email

$100 Bottles of Grey Goose

$100 Bottles of Grey Goose

$100 Bottles of Grey Goose

$100 Bottles of Grey Goose

The Shrine is located at 2109 S. Wabash Chicago, IL. Doors open at 9pm.

Valet Available. This is a 21 and over event.

All Natural presents Res | The Shrine

Curls Unleashed by Organic Root Stimulator™ presents All Natural!

All Natural: An Artist's Workshop, Verzatile backs the city's best up-and-coming performers in this monthly talent showcase.

The upcoming All Natural features a performance by guest host Res.

+ Local Talent: Ari Lourdes, Carla Prather, Mark JP Hood & M. Appeal

+ Curls Unleashed Beauty Bar

Be sure to stop by the "Curls Unleashed Beauty Bar" to experience the new line, chat with a natural hair care specialist, try the signature "All Natural" cocktail and snag a gift bag.

Sample the new Curls Unleashed product
Chat with natural hair specialists
Try a signature “All Natural” cocktail & more!

Ages 21+

Doors open 8pm.

DJ Terry Hunter and Bang Sunday present BUCIE | March 25th 2012


BANG! Chicago's #1 House Music Ritual gets even better!

Experience the exotic South African Edition of BANG! featuring Bucie.

Bucie will be performing her SMASH hits Superman, Turn Me On, Get Over It & more!

Music by The Legendary DJ Terry Hunter....

(Also feat. Shahid Mustaf)

$4 Beers, $5 Shots, $6 Well Drinks, $7 Wine.

Tix available via

Doors open 9pm!


"Bang is a state of mind, a state of sound, a state of dance, Join us as we elevate you to a higher level of being. Evolve your life's journey: bang!"

- DJ Terry Hunter

Monday, March 5, 2012

March Madness at The Shrine

March Madness!! GO TO for TICKETS!

March 16th - Amel Larrieux live!

March 22nd - Respect: A Tribute to OUTKAST feat. Verzatile & Peven Everett.

March 23rd - Rahsaan Patterson live (backed by The Corey Wilkes Experience)

March 28th - Fela! The Musical kick-off event (meet the cast!)

Things heat up in Chicago this month!
We at The Shrine will continue to bring Chicago the best in REAL MUSIC (Soul, R&B, Afrobeat... feel good music!)

Thursday, March 1, 2012

All Natural: Res - Thursday, April 5th 2012

Res will be featured for All Natural on Thursday, April 5th.

Monday, February 27, 2012

The Chi-Town Soul Re-view: feat. Avery*Sunshine, Corey Wilkes

March 29th - The Chi-Town Soul Re-View - A Celebration of Soul Music Diva's!
Featuring live performances by Avery*Sunshine (tribute to Aretha Franklin), L'Renee (tribute to Chaka Khan) and Meagan McNeal (tribute to Teena Marie).

Backed by the Corey Wilkes Experience.
Hosted by Art "Chat Daddy" Sims.
Music by DJ Duane Powell.
Doors open 8pm

$15 pre-ticket

All Natural: Choklate - March 1st 2012

Bringing a new thing to Chicago!...Poetry and Neo-Soul in a MAJOR its most NATURAL form...

@REFUGEChicago Presents...Every 1st THURSDAY...The ALL NEW...

REFUGE Thursdays!!!!...."ALL NATURAL"...ESSENTIAL SOUL...Taking it back to the foundation of Neo-Soul. Chicago artists performing soul songs that will never die! Artists like WHITNEY HOUSTON, ANITA BAKER, LUTHER VANDROSS, etc. Backed by VERZATILE!!!

Performances by:
LakeShore (Tommy B & SandyRedd)
Caress Sahura

Featuring special performances by CHOKLATE!!!

Hosted by Harold Green III
DJ Tone B. Nimble spinning GOOD music!!!

Doors open at 8pm, show starts at 9pm!!!

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Joe Russo Presents - New Monthly Event at The Shrine

"It is my pleasure to announce a new (DJ driven) monthly party at The Shrine.
The first Saturday of the month I will bring the best DJ's on the planet to The Shrine.
These DJ's will play music that represents The Shrine and will also bridge the gap between what's current and what's classic.
My personal tastes run deep and you can be sure if they are spinning on the 1st Saturday of the month that you need to be here!" - Joe Russo

Legendary drummer, producer & DJ "?uestlove" (pronounced Quest Love) will be rocking the house on Saturday, March 3rd at The Shrine!

Vocalo's "Quest for the Best" 2012 DJ Competition - Feb 22nd

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Brand New Bag: Questlove on Don Cornelius

Swiped from OKP.

you guys see this bag?

this bag has NEVER left my side for the past 14 years. I deemed it imperative that i NEVER part with it. you can imagine the arguments i’ve gotten into with flight attendants over that bag. this bag is my blue blanket to my linus. i carry that bag everywhere cause the future is in this bag. and by the future i mean our past. and by our past i mean Soul Train.

Don Cornelius was my first non musical non celeb non blood related hero.

its amazing timing that my arrival on earth and his greatest creative manifestation came within 9 months of each other. both symbolizing a new hope for urban america.

most won’t get it til now (especially now that he’s gone) but i pray that Don knew of the appreciation he had in all of us born after 1968.

you people will have to forgive me…im just kinda writing from the heart….sporadic thoughts tears and snot are spilling out and whatnot. im certain dream and toure and nelson will do his legacy justice in print….i just felt the need to write something.

i just wanna use my position to really let people know that next to Berry Gordy, Don Cornelius was hands down the MOST crucial non political figure to emerge from the civil rights era post 68. the craziest most radical thing of all is i don’t even consider Soul Train his most radical statement. yes the idea of the young black teenager NOT mired in legal trouble on the 6 oclock news getting camera time was a new idea to most…so of course the fact the U.S. really got its first vicarious look at our culture was amazing.

but the TRUE stroke of genius in my opinion was how Don managed to show US how important we were. which was NOT an easy task.

not by premiering the newest jam by james brown

not by focusing on the latest dance craze
not by the crazy outfits….

ill tell you how Don really made a radical statement. and he himself acknowledges it:

the commercials.

Soul Train had double duty, to not only produce a show, but they also had to provide ALL of the production for the Johnson beauty products commercials that was funding the show. often using the set and the soul train gang (they became soul train dancers in 1976) as lead actors.

ok ahmir so where are you going with this?

the genius of it all was THIS was the first time that black people were proud to be called AFRICAN.

psssh before 1971?—i mean on the real…til like the early 80s on some schoolyard insult game ish? if someone called you “african” that was the most insulting degrading lower than low “im finna f**k you up” type of insult.

i know right? why?

to control our mentality during the slave period we were taught we were the lowest of low.

to control us AFTER slavery during the jim crow era we were taught we were the lowest of low.

the first introduction to entertainment (of which we were allowed to participate) was minstrel entertainment an over exaggerated buffoon display of shame and ugliness that we STILL CARRY TO THIS DAY (minus the makeup) (hello hip-hop….but that is another piece altogether).

to say with a straight, dignified face that BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL was the RISKIEST radical life-changing move that america has seen. and amazingly enough for one hour for one saturday out the week, if you were watching soul train….it became contagious. next thing you know you are actually believing you have some sort of worth.

the whole idea of Afrocentrism in my opinion manifested and spread with Soul Train in its first 6 years.

i saw the impact it had on my mom and dad and how they let the impact trickle down to my sister and me.

i mean i was BORN into it: so i came in this world thinking every african american had it just like i did: some funky dressing, proud, knowledgable parents who since birth exposed me to every record known to man and who kept my crown (make no mistake, i’d cry “mommy cut it off the kids are teasing me!”) on my head as a symbol that one day i would be “a mighty leader”….lol

seriously, they were like “that afro is symbolic because we named you Ahmir and Ahmir means King and to be a King you must have a crown and to lead you must be knowledgeable!”

and with that…Soul Train was about maybe one of 5 tv shows i was allowed to watch on tv. if it was educational pbs or some other similar program then i was allowed but mostly it was all about Soul Train.

and of course watching it as a baby i had no clue Don was trying to program the minds of an untainted generation. hell i don’t even know if HE knew the grand scheme of things. but somehow we rode each other to glory.

once the vcr age came to be, i started religiously recording all the episodes. and back when i became a signed artist i crafted MANY a Dear Santa letter asking if there is anyway possible i can see an episode or two from my childhood.

don’s people never answered me back.

then my 1st trip to japan came.

got off the plane and noticed a weird liking some of the natives were taking to me. and how they all in their weird communication was trying to say they like my “soul train style”.

puzzled i was like “how do yall know that?”

my translator then explained how Don syndicated 100 classic episod—–

that was ALL she had to say: we were in INSTANT “take me to these tapes NOW!!!” mode.

my translator was startled like “where’s the fire?!” but i had to explain to her ALL of my memories were locked inside this show. and because of my limited tv viewing all the thoughts were still fresh in my head.

it took her about 12 hours but she found someone willing to dub all 100 epi$ode$ for me.

after that i was a man on a mission from god.

and EVER since that day i carried those VHS tapes ANYWHERE i went.


to school people.

my first student? D’angelo.

we had JUST started Voodoo and these Soul Train eps were proving to be a MIGHTY educational tool and a source of energy for us.

and day by day you saw and heard the results.

then i started sharing eps with Erykah and so on…

then this artist and so on…

and that artist and so on….

soon after once mini TB drives came into fashion i then started carrying around endless hardrives of Soul Train eps (i got about 400+) sharing with ANYONE within eyeshot a history of a people.

even my thursday night regular spot (Bowl Train at @brooklynbowl) is just an excuse for me to watch my all time favorite show on a movie screen.

Don has left a legacy behind that i will PERSONALLY carry on until i can’t carry anymore.

Soul Train to me is the GREATEST creation and inspiration of my life. i literally watch 5 eps a day just as mere background noise (the best roomate ever is a tv….this is why i cannot be a cat from brooklyn) i will NEVER EVER forget its powerful impact on education on pride on creativity on culture and on me.

i love you don.

love and peace.

Monday, January 30, 2012

D'Angelo Live - Mixtape 2012

Now that the king of Neo-Soul has returned (live shows in Europe this month) we have a special live D'Angelo mixtape....check it out.


1. Fantastic Intro
2. Brown Sugar
3. Devil's Pie
4. Crisco
5. Left & Right
6. Chicken Grease
7. Lady
8. Left & Right (Reprise)
9. Feel Like Making Love
10. Can't Hide Love
11. Things You Do (Fall in Love)
12. One Mo' Gin
13. Me and Those Dreaming Eyes of Mine
14. S.D.M.
15. Untitled (How Does It Feel)

Thursday, Feb 2nd - All Natural featuring Jaguar Wright

Curls Unleashed by Organic Root Stimulator™ presents All Natural featuring Jaguar Wright

We would like to welcome our new partners Curls Unleashed by Organic Root Stimulator™ to the All Natural experience!

All Natural: An Artist's Workshop, Verzatile backs the city's best up-and-coming performers in this monthly talent showcase.

The upcoming All Natural features a performance by guest host JAGUAR WRIGHT

+ Local Talent: Gordon A Gartrelle, Malone, Charisma & The Grandedivas, Prince Jericho

+ Curls Unleashed Beauty Lounge

Be sure to stop by the "Curls Unleashed Beauty Lounge" to experience the new line, chat with a natural hair care specialist, try the signature "All Natural" cocktail and snag a gift bag.

Sample the new Curls Unleashed product
Chat with natural hair specialists
Try a signature “All Natural” cocktail & more!

Ages 21+

Doors open 8pm.

Sunday, Feb. 5th - Birthday Tribute to Bob Marley

Come pay tribute to the late, great Robert "Bob" Nesta Marley! Doors open at 9pm, free entry all night.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

GET LIVE SERIES featuring F. Stokes & The Ephelon Trio

On Thursday night in Coup d'Etat we're mixing it up a bit, the lights will be dim with drinks poured high.
Come tap your toe, and nod your head to some serious tunage.

Thursday, Jan. 26th!

We invite you to the "GET LIVE SERIES"
Featuring F. Stokes & The Ephelon Trio!

F.Stokes will be performing original music & The Ephelon Trio are delivering an amazing cover set of hip hop classics from, J. Dilla to Lauryn Hill to Outkast!

Who else but us bringing live music for the kids to groove to?! Tell a friend to bring a cutie and bring her friends and lets sip these $4 red stripes & $5 Jamo's

DJ Itch 13 on the 1's & 2's... Come play...

Drink & bottle specials!

$5 ALL NIGHT!!!!!
$5 ALL NIGHT!!!!!
$5 ALL NIGHT!!!!!


Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Bilal “Think It Over” (Acoustic)

Bilal-Think It Over (acoustic) by okayplayer

If it’s superbowl time, that means we are creeping up on Valentine’s season–or as Bilal thinks of it “my time to shine.” To set the proper tone, the consumate soulman is sharing some special treats with music fans–which we are proud to be premiering here on okayplayer! Last summer while on a stop on his Little Ones tour, Bilal and his band of brothers visited the Tom Joyner Morning Show Red Velvet Studio and recorded live acoustic versions of four of his favorite joints off Airtight’s Revenge.
These rare one-take masterpieces are the purest kind of goose-bump material, cherished by the select few who’ve had the chance to experience them–and now that intimate circle has been expanded to include you. The first rarity in the goodie bag is this sublime rendition of “Think It Over”.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Dawn Penn live at The Shrine | Reggae Sunday

$10 discount priced tickets via

Ron Trent presents ILe with guest Rich Medina

Ron Trent's ILE' with special guest Rich Medina! | Friday, Feb. 3rd 2012 | 1st Friday of every month... | Coup d'Etat!

All Natural: Jaguar Wright | Feb. 2nd 2012

With performance by guest host JAGUAR WRIGHT
+Local Talent:
Gordon A Gartrelle, Malone, Charisma & The Grandedivas, Prince Jericho

+ Curls Unleashed Beauty Lounge

Sample the new Curls Unleashed product
Chat with natural hair specialists
Try a signature “All Natural” cocktail

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Eric Roberson live at The Shrine

Birthday Party/Concert of the year...already!!! for general admission, VIP, bottle service...etc!

Sy Smith and Zo!

Sy Smith & Zo! live on Thursday, Feb. 9th - FREE entry via RSVP

Zo! - Greater Than The Sun feat. Phonte | Official Music Video

Tuesday, January 3, 2012