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SUPC x FABB Present: Maxo Kream with UNiiQU3

SUPC x FABB Present: Maxo Kream with UNiiQU3
Friday, November 16th
The 'Sco
$2 OCID Presale, $5 Day of Show OCID, $18 Public

Maxo Kream

Maxo Kream is the stage name of the 28-year old Emekwanem Ogugua Biosah Jr., a renowned artist from Houston. In his music, Maxo thoroughly explores the ways in which his life has been shaped by prisons, violence, and poverty. He conveys his experiences through poetic portrayals that illustrate the obstacles and roadblocks faced by young Black men in many American cities. He does not seek to be palatable for the larger white audience. His music is not something to be fetishized or commodified, but something to learn from.
Maxo’s work with artists such as Lil Uzi Vert, Paul Wall, Trippie Redd, and Joey Bada$$ serves as stark indications of Maxo’s prestige within the Hip-Hop community. In a Pitchfork article entitled, “In a World of Fakes, Maxo Kream Keeps it Very Very Real,” an interviewer asks him why the authenticity of his raps is so important. To this question, Maxo Kream responds, “Why wouldn’t it be? Nothing I did was fake.” 
Maxo's most recent album Punken, released in January, has been lauded as his best and most complete work, with outlets like Pitchfork, FADER, Stereogum, and more giving it praise. 


Born Cherise Gary, UNiiQU3 began her music career as a sought-after vocalist in the club scene, and has recently solidified herself as one of the most electrifying producers in the game. From throwing some of Jersey’s hottest DIY events, like her signature event #135theParty, to now spreading the genre across the globe from Australia to South America leaving her impact wherever she goes.
Within the past year, she’s worked with Givenchy, VICE, Red Bull Sound Select, H&M, MTV, Boiler Room and more, to provide a unique experience to a variety of diverse audiences worldwide. Her records have been obliterating festival and club sound systems through the hands of some of the most influential people in dance music such as Skrillex, A-Trak, Diplo, Anna Lunoe, Nina Las Vegas, Sinjin Hawke. She’s also shared the stage with notable artists and DJ's such as Rae Sremmurd, Kehlani, Skepta, Cashmere Cat and Hudson Mohawk to name a few.

Earlier Event: November 15
Queer Beers
Later Event: November 17
'Sco Lip Sync Battle: Hosted by OC WLAX