TIMF: The Official Unofficial After Party
The Past 12 fam is throwing an after party with Iamnobodi!
Pull up after TIMF and keep the fun going with your crew all night. And if you're not feeling the music festival(becuase rent, student loans, and the bay area is bleeding you of all your funds) and want to stay in SF all weeked come through to F8 early and get in for the low. Limited $5 entry before 10:30pm(at the door only). Early arrival highly suggested for this one fam. Along with Iamnobodi we got one of the dopest and hardest working musicians in the bay, Drew Banga, rocking with the rest of the Past 12 crew. See ya'll Saturday!
Nearly half the time he spent on this planet earth, IAMNOBODI has been making music. Starting out at the age of 13 as an emcee, he evidently found his path to become a musician quite quickly. IAMNOBODI was raised in a family that has always been passionate about music. His Nigerian- born father is a blues and jazz singer, his mom being a music connoisseur and supporter of his musical efforts. Born in Düsseldorf, Germany, IAMNOBODI has made himself a name by producing his own tracks and remixes (such as Ab Soul, King Avriel, Quadron & more). With inspirations ranging from Jazz to House music on to conscious Hip Hop and diverse electronic sounds, his creations develope a life of their own, with each song being a unique and carefully put together masterpiece. In October 2013 IAMNOBODI dropped his first official release "Elevated" with Soulection, LA, and has made his way to the top beatproducers worldwide ever since. His live shows have been working the crowds all over the world (playing shows with Cashmere Cat, Kaytranada, Sango & others).
Drew Banga's credits include Kamaiyah’s “I’m On,” Rexx Life Raj and ymtk’s “What's Up,” 1-O.A.K.’s “Lost & Found” (which he co-produced with Kuya Beats) and Caleborate’s latest single, “Bankrobber” (with Chose1). He’s also the musical director for Duckwrth, overseeing every aspect of his live show and producing for the Republic Records-signed rapper and singer. He also co-produced much of Kamaiyah’s highly-anticipated, forthcoming sophomore album.