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Coors Light presents Becoming King Tour ft Los of Bad Boy Records

Coors Light presents The Becoming King Tour

Coors Light presents Becoming King Tour ft Los of Bad Boy Records

Wed 12.19

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

This event is all ages

CoorsLight presents The Becoming King Tour - Baltimore Featuring Los of Bad Boy Records Doors Open 7pm Show Starts at 8pm Tickets $20 The event is all ages. Must be 21 or older to drink. CoorsLight Baltimore is bringing you the kick off of the Becoming King Tour featuring Baltimore's own artist Los of Bad Boy records. Come celebrate the homecoming of Los with CoorsLight and Opening acts include Baltimore rappers Starrz, D Boi and Fly B performing their hit song "Trash Bag Boys". CoorsLight of Baltimore's own Supa DJ BigL on the wheels. Follow artist and brand for more information: @yojbass (CoorsLight) - Twitter and Instagram @Larry_whaddup (Promotions) - Twitter and Instagram @IamKingLos (Headliner) - Twitter and Instagram @DBOIdaDome (Artist) - Twitter @IamStarrz (Artist) - Twitter and Instagram @HoodLyfeHim (Artist) - Twitter

Los is from Liberty Heights and Garrison in Baltimore, Maryland, a city known for hustlers who get it in the streets. The city has been well publicized on shows like “The Wire” and “The Corner”. Now Baltimore has another conduit to catapult the city to national visibility. The real name of Baltimore rapper Los is Carlos Coleman. LOS has been on his grind since 1999 and showed his hunger in the battles he dominated. He solidified himself in the streets and then signed with Da Bloc in 2001, which fueled his momentum and drastic increase in star power. Da Bloc proved to be the label that could propel LOS to the heights of star status. However, due to a tumultuous time, LOS had to put things on hold while Da Bloc took a hiatus to restructure the company. During that time, the company did not release music or host any events. However, in ‘07-‘08, with back to back mix cd releases, historic events, and endless performances, LOS and Da Bloc made more of an impact on the music industry than prior years!
LOS released several mix cds in ‘07-‘08, but he has the streets on fire with his “G5” series! He has released several versions of the mix cd i.e. G5 “Certified”, G5 “Special Edition” and G5.2. These volumes have far exceeded sales of mix cd releases in Baltimore, including past releases from Da Bloc records. LOS has such a strong following, he has networked with every major promoter in Baltimore with them incorporating “G5” into the marketing scheme of their concerts and other events. Baltimore native Mario & Los made a remix to “Crying out for me” & “Music for Love” with both featuring on the “G5” series. The response was so overwhelming it prompted Mario to have LOS perform on several tour dates with him. LOS was also featured on the “Gangsta Grillz” tour with Young Jeezy, D.J. Drama, UGK, B.G. and others. If he is not performing and releasing mix cds, LOS has been building his catalog writing for well-known artists in the music industry. Fans have been swarming with requests for the song he pinned on a Cheri Dennis album entitled “Showdown”. His performances have been in high demand on YouTube and he has hundreds of thousands of viewers (collectively) logging on to watch the rise of a superstar!