Still in Texas, the Anarchy Tour rages on...
What Up KC?!!!!
James Christos checking in from Mt. Pleasant,TX. First let me start by apologizing to my wife and my family and everyone who expects me to carry myself with a certain level of decency (for a rapper). Second, I want to apologize to all the people that keep up with us on the blog and look forward to the pics and videos. We have lots of video and pictures from the show but unfortunately we really can't post many of them.
THE SHOW WAS CRAZY!!! Let me tell you something about people in the country. They may close the town down at 9 p.m. You may have to drive two counties over to purchase alcohol.You may need a translator to understand what they are saying through the thick southern accent. But once you take an open pasture, add a trailer for a stage, two 15'' speakers, a DJ, two MCs and a heavy metal band (oh yeah, and a couple cases of Natty Ice) ... and you have the recipe for the wildest time on the Anarchy Tour yet. East Texas gets down!
DJ Rockwell started spinning at about 9:30 p.m., and we didn't get home till 5 a.m. I'm not gonna get into to much detail, but I will say that when you're in a pasture in the middle of the sticks in East Texas anything goes. The DJ even had to come from behind the tables to get in on it. A baby even showed up to kick it!!!
I'ma' put up a couple of pics from the begining of the night and a video. But that's all I can put up. I'm not trying to get into anymore trouble than I already am in. The one thing that we observed was that after all the melee and ruckus and boot stompin' and drinkin' and rockin' and rappin' and all that stuff, the only incident was a minor cat fight at the end of the night. Ladies, ladies: for future reference, there's enough of me to go around. No need to fight (just kidding Qiana love you, hon).
We're headed to St. Louis today. We got a show with Nite Owl and we may pick up another one at one of the weekly hip-hop events in the STL.
P.S. shout out to Chris for hosting the event on his land and to cuzzin Rico for being our guide. And to Kassidy and Lacy for putting all the pieces together.