We're not exactly sure if the promoter really, truly thought the title of this event all the way through, or if we're just perpetual 12-year-olds and think everything vaguely BJ-related is hilarious, but we're assuming that they meant “blow” in the sense of “exploding in popularity.” It's just a guess, though, based solely on the fact that promoters rarely (if ever) undersell the talent on their rosters. It's just a thing they don't do, as a rule, and this gig isn’t any different. The two tracks we've heard so far from Dee Goodz’ upcoming mixtape #Volume2 — “Bananas” and “The Pilot” — have been hot like fire and show a promising MC honing his craft until it's razor sharp. Charity Ward and Sleezy Dee are into that new so-underground-we're-un-Google-able aesthetic, which we think started on the West Coast. So, ya know, it's kinda cool that we're keeping up in that regard. Maybe. No … not really.
Speaking of Dee Goodz, he's on the cover of February's Concrete 615, alongside Young Rell, Sam & Tre, Rio and Road to Bonnaroo contestant Chancellor Warhol. And here's the video for his latest track, "Lisa Lopes," which, despite a rather unfortunate Vagina Monologues reference, is pretty good: