1-27-18 King Crooked Live In Waterford MI

So I must admit at first when I heard the Drayton Station had their liquor license temporarily suspended, I was skeptical that the show would go on. I was glad to hear that they were still going to go ahead and do the show. I got word that King Crooked of Shady Aftermath was in town and going to bless the stage. Paul Stepp & Steve Legaci teamed up to throw this event along with Diamond Cut Artist J smith. As we pulled in to the driveway of the venue, the parking lot was already quite full as to fans have been there for the last hour prior. So we got relaxed and talked with some of our friends outside. Not a bad reception so far.

My homie Origix and I have a song called “Remember’ off my upcoming project. Produced by Pig Pen this song is sure to be a rewinder in the rides. my brother Marcus Kpz Palazzolo and I also teamed up on a fun song called “Come Inside” It is always a pleasure to be able to perform a set with some of my friends. I also did a collab called “Future Focused” with my friend in the industry Stalker Brandy. Together with her very awesome voice we combined to put on one hell of a performance!! Shout out to my homies Swig and J Smith that captured our set. It will be edited and put out on the Jason Voorheis Youtube Channel soon.

First up to hit the stage and open the night though was D The God. I was impressed with how he got up there and had the crowd’s attention. It is not easy to get on a stage and perform for a bunch of people you don’t know. It is increasingly not the easiest to open any show. D did both of those things pretty flawlessly.You could tell he was a little nervous a first, but once he got in his zone his delivery was smooth like a bottle of lotion. I see more positive things coming from D The God.
Up next was my homie
RB from the group Bombthreat with Rodacious backing him up and he did a couple new songs off his upcoming project. It was good to see my homie do what he loves and he put it down Veteran Style. I look forward to hearing his new solo project in the future.

Up next on the roster was Definition and they got up there and spit out some party up beat like flows. Reminiscent of early Beastie Boys they got everyone feeling good. Then the artist known as Lyricist grabbed the mic and I had never heard him before. He was pretty damn good as he went through a few songs from his catalog of music. After his performance we chopped it up a little bit and got some pictures of him and his entourage he brought.

Untouchable Kid has a very soulful laid back kind of style. He reminds me of the late MC Breed with the way he puts his bars together and drags certain words at the end. His delivery is fluid like a bottle of Gatorade as he spins his tales of the game and women. Together with a couple of his homies they shared the stage with a cool performance.

J Smith has been making noise with his latest songs he has been promoting. He blessed the Shelter stage in Detroit
and this particular night had rocked out a show at another venue then came to the Drayton to do it all again. He had some merchandise that he hand made that was fresh. WooDZ was in the building as he and Paul Stepp filmed his every move like a cougar in the wild. He was in his element and the crowd was his prey. A side note hit up Michael Wood if you need video or photography work. He does a great job.

Detroit was definately in the building as the homie Hatch got on the stage and blew through his set like a hurricane down south! He represented Detroit Life and did not dissapoint. What really stood out was when later him and King Crooked jumped off of the stage and was performing right in the middle of the crowd. By the end of the night the bar was pretty packed and there was no drama. It was all love.

Now for the main headliner of the evening… I had heard about King Crooked but never had the chance to see him perform live. Let me tell you, this guy is a true professional. From the way he carried himself on the stage you knew he was going to bring everything he had for his performance. King Crooked had such a powerful voice you had to be there to see him for yourself. Donned in a stylish coat and hoodie he hit that stage like a bat out of hell! He went through each song with a passion you don’t see as much as you would like to from an artist.
He gave props to everyone throwing the show and at the end gave respect to all of the artists that were on before him. He was the true definition of what Hip Hop should be. He was very humble and it was a honor to rock the same stage as him. All in all I would say the show was a success and went off without any problems.

Thanks to Corey, Dan, Steve, J Smith, Paul and the beautiful ladies at the Drayton Station. We all showed that you can pack a venue out even if you don’t have alcohol and still have a pretty damn good time together. Salute.
Until the next show my friends.

-Jason Alan (U.G.A.)
Undaground Digital Media

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Hello There Again

I know it has been quite a while since we last spoke but just wanted to update some things for you.
First I have recently been working on finishing my 2017 solo album release called “Reality Check.” Working
on this project for a solid 2 years and trust when I say it is definately worth the wait!
In addition to that my Youtube Channel: Jason Voorheis has surpassed 1 million views!! Thanks to everybody
that has subscribed commented and even shared my name to a friend. Much love and I could not have done it without you all.

I would like to also let you know about my Business Page on Facebook. It is Undaground Digital Media. Feel free to
go there and check out the various pics from events and weddings I have took. I work hard taking pictures and
working with people that take their careers seriously and about their grind.
Recently as of 2016, I have linked up with a phenomenal young man in my Photographic & Videographic Adventures.
He goes by the name of WooDZ.. We have recently finished 2 music videos together whether filming or editing
and look forward to showing them to you very soon. WooDZ has his own Media Imprint Wood House Pictures.
Together with my Undaground Digital Media, we have joined forces like The Dinobots & Optimus Prime On The Transformers!
WooDZ is a very talented and hard working individual and when I started chatting with him, I knew this guy was
on his way to cool things. What better way than to team up and work together. With Interviews From Comedian Joel Fragomeni, Detroit’s Awesome DRE & More.. Even shot our first commercial for a place in Waterford MI called The Daily Diner. It has been generating a lot of views online. Shout out to Jackie, Kathy, Dom & John. Whenever you are in the area feel free to stop in. 🙂
We are not slowing up by any means.
Be on the lookout for more videos and photography.
This is only the beginning.
2017 is shaping up to be a beautiful year.
Hit: Jason Alan on Facebook
or Michael Wood & let’s work on your next upcoming project.
Til next time my friends.
Much love and remember Grind It Out & When You are Tired… Grind Some more.

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