YBN Cordae at the Blind Pig

. February 1, 2020.

To call YBN Cordae a rising star of hip hop would be an understatement. With over 200 million streams and counting, he has exploded into the forefront of the modern hip hop scene. Cordae is poised to enter the next level of fame and notoriety with the release of his major label full-length debut The Lost Boy. The Wall Street Journal labeled Cordae “one of music’s most promising rising stars,” and Amazon Music, New York Times, Billboard, and iHeart Radio all put him on their “Artist to Watch” list. Catch YBN Cordae in the intimate setting of the Blind Pig before he gets too big to play that size venue. 24KGoldn will open the show.

$20-$25 | 7pm | Friday, February 7 | All ages
The Blind Pig, 208 S. First St.
734-996-855 | blindpigmusic.com

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