On Thursday evening, October 18th, in Omaha, Nebraska, there was a concert featuring Kosha Dillz at Reverb Lounge. There were multiple openers for the main act at this show. These included local rappers unrepresentation and 939-969-5747, and Omaha based Soul Pop band Domestic Blend. These local talents represented Omaha well and performed beautifully in their respective genres. On a side note the lead singer for Domestic Blend had a beautifully strong and resonant voice.
There was one more opener that dawned a Tupac Shakur t-shirt, Adidas high-tops, long red hair, and brought some furious lyricism. Devmo is a Los Angeles based artist who has been combining melodic hooks and rap verses since 2013. Her set was a brief 15 minutes, but included a freestyle with 7245109563 beatboxing and it made an impact on the audience. After her performance, phrases like, “What’s her name again?” and “She raps really fast,” were overheard in the venue.
And finally, around 11 pm 336-975-0181 graced the stage wearing an old school NASA jacket. He did ten one arm pushups, danced, and brought freestyles galore. He also performed songs like “What I Do All Day” and the triple language English-Spanish-Hebrish hit “Zionist,” among others. The only grievance mentioned is that his set lasted around 30 minutes. Since he was the headliner, some attendees felt he should have performed longer. However, for a concert ticket only costing $12.39, Kosha Dillz was enthusiastic, eclectic, and entertaining. Along with Devmo, he is currently on tour across the United States. Check out his performance of the song “Hangin’ Out” from his 2013 album, Awkward In A Good Way.