Last night Dirt Nasty and Mickey Avalon brought their Married To The Game tour to The Rave in Milwaukee, WI. Performing for an intimate crowd of a few hundred, there was not a better place to be on a random Thursday night. From the very beginning, Dirt Nasty made sure that his Wisconsin fans would get a unique show that they would not soon forget. Opening with with some of his fan favorites, bringing up a number of girls on stage, Dirt Nasty had a conversation with the crowd throughout the night. His set was full of laughs, twerking, a “white girl who looks like she could be Mexican mostly because she has dark hair”, repping of a “Drink Wisconsinbly” t-shirt and an awesome closing performance of ‘1980’. Before Lil Dicky, you had Dirt Nasty, and last night he proved that there is no one who mixes comedy and rap quite like Simon Rex.
Soon to follow was rapper Mickey Avalon. While Avalon certainly did not bring as many laughs to the table as Dirt, he put on a great set in his own right. Avalon mixed the new and the old throughout his set, and instead of recruiting local talent for his backup dancers like Dirt Nasty, he had a dancer of his own who probably had close to 10 costume changes throughout the night. It wasn’t anything major, but it was good to see some extra production value brought to the show.
The highlight of the night though came as Avalon invited Dirt Nasty back to the stage to perform some of their best collaborations. From some of their new records from their similarly titled Married To The Game project, like ‘Top Down’ and ‘Do It All Over’, to their classics like ‘What Do You Say’, the two played off each other well, making the night end on the highest possible note. As the two closed the night with an awesome performance of ‘My Dick’, complemented by about 20 backup dancers from the crowd, Milwaukee was certainly the place to be last night.
Check out our photos from last nights show below and see if Dirt and Mickey are coming to a city near you.
Chicago is bar none one of the best cities for live music, not only in the U.S. but in the world. Whether you are seeing an intimate performance at the Concord Music Hall, a packed show at some of the city’s most historic venues like the Chicago Theatre or the Aragon Ballroom, one of the cities awesome music festivals, or even a huge production at the United Center, Chicago has something for everyone.
And right now, even in the middle of winter, it’s a great time to catch a show in the Windy City. This month alone fans can check out some performances by the dabbing rap trio Migos, hard rock’s legendary band AC|DC, country music’s Dustin Lynch, and a whole bunch of big name rappers including Future, Fetty Wap and Hoodie Allen, just to name a few.
Migos @ The House of Blues (2/28)
The ‘Versace’ rapping trio Migos is bringing the dab to Chicago this month as the group will be performing at the House of Blues on February 28th at 5:00PM (performance begins at 6:30). Expect the crowd to go crazy at the group plays their hit single ‘Look at My Dab’, as well as other cuts off their YRN 2 mixtape. Get your tickets now at LiveNation.com for only $25, that’s less than $9 per Migo!
AC|DC @ The United Center (2/17)
Legendary rockers AC|DC will be back in black at Chicago’s United Center on February 17th this month. Tickets are unfortunately all sold-out, but if you managed to get some in time, then definitely consider yourself more than lucky because the guys are expected to put on one hell of a performance for their Rock Or Bust tour.
Hoodie Allen @ The Riviera Theatre (2/27)
Hoodie Allen is just one of many rappers that are coming to Chi-town this month, and he is bringing some great company with him, as his Happy Camper tour features rapper Kyle and singer Blackbear. The show will take place on February 27th at the Riviera Theatre, and you definitely don’t want to miss out. This one is all ages, tickets cost just $30, and you can get your tickets now before they sell-out at Jam Productions‘ official website.
Future @ The Aragon Ballroom (2/18)
In just a few days, DS2 rapper Future is bringing The Purple Reign tour to the Windy City. Going down on February 18th at the Aragon Ballroom, Future will be joined by rapper Ty Dolla $ign, and each by their own are worth the price of admission. This one is sold-out, so only re-sale tickets are available on Ticketmaster.com, but whether you have tickets or not, the Aragon will definitely be the place to be this Thursday.
Fetty Wap & Post Malone @ The House of Blues (2/17)
A day before Future’s sell-out performance at the Aragon Ballom, another can’t-miss rap concert is coming to Chicago, this time with Fetty Wap and Post Malone’s Welcome To The Zoo tour. Both rappers have catapulted into the rap world in the past year, Post Malone with his track ‘White Iverson’ and Fetty Wap of course with his smash hit ‘Trap Queen’. The performances will take place on February 17th at the House of Blues, and this one is sold-out so get your re-sale tickets now while you still can.
Keith Relief Benefit Concert w/ Dustin Lynch @ Joe’s On Weed St. (2/22)
We covered Dustin Lynch’s recent Chicago tour stop and now the country singer is already on his way back and for a great cause, to help alleviate the financial and emotional burdens of families and individuals dealing with medical crises. Headlining the Keith Relief benefit concert, a charity ran by Chicago Blackhawks superstar Duncan Keith, Lynch will surely give his all for the sold-out crowd of hockey fans and country music fans alike. This one is taking place on Monday, February 22nd at Joe’s on Weed St., so if you have your tickets you’ll surely be treated to a great night for a great cause.
Dirt Nasty & Mickey Avalon @ The Bottom Lounge (2/26)
Last but not least is probably the most unique concert on our list. Taking stage at the Bottom Lounge on February 26th, actor/rapper Simon Rex (“Dirt Nasty”) and ‘Jane Fonda’ rapper Mickey Avalon have squashed their beef and will make a stop in Chicago on their new Married to the Game tour. The two are more than entertaining, Dirt’s raps are absolutely hilarious, their song ‘My Dick’ is a 10 out of 10, and together the two make a great team. Tickets are still available so don’t miss out!
If you didn’t think the return of Dirt Nasty was truly here, you couldn’t be more wrong. First Dirt and Mickey Avalon announced that they squashed beef to reunite for their ‘Netflix and Chill’ record. Soon after followed the announcement of their Married to the Game EP, as well as a huge U.S. tour that kicked off just the other day. And now Dirt has given fans of his solo music a couple extra treats.
Releasing in a week on January 22nd, Dirt Nasty is releasing his new project, Dirt Nasty Sux. And to promote the forthcoming 8-track album, produced by Jay E, Dirt has released its first single ‘Crispy Baby’. Speaking on the new record, Dirt told fans “I’ve always been a crispy baby, but now it’s time I share it with the world. Enjoy the baby crispiness.”
Listen to ‘Crispy Baby’ below and pre-order Dirt Nasty Sux and check out Dirt’s forthcoming tour dates at DirtNastyMusic.com.
Simon Rex, better known by his Dirt Nasty rap alias, and Mickey Avalon surprised everyone when they squashed their beef and became besties again, while also releasing their hilariously titled ‘Netflix and Chill’ record. Fans of their Dyslexic Speedreaders project kept eating as the duo also released a new project and announced a slew of tour dates. The momentum isn’t stopping their however, as today Dirt and Avalon have released a new and hilarious low budget music video for their track ‘Do It All Over’.
Watch Dirt and Mickey’s new music video below and check out the tour dates for their upcoming “Married To The Game” tour which kicks off in just a few days.
We were more than excitedlast month when rapper Dirt Nasty (Simon Rex) and Mickey Avalon squashed their beef after the break-up of the Dyslexic Speedreaders, known best for their hilarious record ‘My Dick’. The two put out a very topical track, titled ‘Netflix and Chill’, but no one knew if that would be the last we hear from the two together. Luckily it was not, as Dirt Nasty took to hisInstagram today to announce a huge 28-date tour with Avalon, as well a new free album that’s coming out in just a few days!
Kicking off the “Married to the Game” tour next year on January 13th, and hitting a number of stops throughout the U.S. until the tour concludes in San Antonio, Dirt and Avalon will be making stops in Chicago, Milwaukee, the East Coast, West Coast, and probably a city near you. Hit the link at Dirt’s official website to get your tickets now!
Check out the “Married to the Game” tour dates below!
The return of the Dyslexic Speedreaders is here, and out of nowhere! Over 5 years ago, the ‘My Dick’ rappers had a huge falling out, where the two went from being great friends to friends no more. Before the success of Avalon’s first hit ‘Jane Fonda’, Dirt Nasty (Simon Rex) would hand out Avalon’s CDs to strangers to help the California singer/rapper get discovered. Soon after, fans were treated to hilarious raps like ‘My Dick’ (with Andre Legacy), ‘Friday Night’ and more. Although, after disputes over unpaid loans between the group popped up, a falling out came between Dirt and Avalon.
Thankfully that falling out is now over as the two have teamed up for their very topical new record, ‘Netflix & Chill’. Dirt went on to tell fans:
“Me and Mickey had a falling out a few years back, but we decided to kiss and make up so we can give our fans some sweet new jams. And what better way to get over our differences than a nice mellow evening at home watching netflix and chilling out…..with hot girls of course.”
Listen to ‘Netflix & Chill’ below and let us all hope for a full out new project from the reunited friends.
Simon Rex (Dirt Nasty) just got everyone happy and sad, all in one Instagram post. Minutes ago, the Scary Movie 3 actor/rapper shared photo of Riff Raff and Kimbo Slice that was took behind the scenes from a pilot that Rex, Andy Milonakis and Jody Highroller (Riff) filmed for Cartoon Networks and Adult Swim. The TV pilot was for a Three Loco (Riff, Dirt & Andy’s rap group) show titled “Candy Ranch”, and it was directed by Eric Wareheim (“Tim and Eric”).
While this show, by its cast alone, seems epic, don’t get too excited. Adult Swim did not decide to pick it up for whatever reason. It probably wouldn’t have worked out however, as the hilarious rap triosince broke up. Last September, Milonakis shared a series of tweets aimed at Riff Raff, venting frustration about the Neon Icon pursuing his solo career over Three Loco’s. “Stop signing deals without reading them. Stop acting like ur Beyonce. Start treating people with respect or crash & burn,” Milonakis tweeted to Riff. He continued, tweeting “I don’t want you to do anything for me…it’s what you want us to do for you. @justinbieber has more humble demands.” While we will never get a full season, let’s hope the pilot is eventually released.
Check out a behind the scenes photo from the “Candy Ranch” pilot below.