Dutch Masters presented The Southwest Takeover at the Vulgan Gas Company, a state-of-the-art venue in Austin, Texas, and it was just that … a takeover. The lines to enter the venue extended down the street and the space was packed to capacity as fans anticipated a great show.
Tone The Goat hit the stage with a high energy that caused the packed house to quickly get into his vibe as he performed “Burn Slow,” a song specifically created for Dutch Maters. “Mr. On the Way” himself, DJ Luke Nasty, hit the stage for a surprise performance during DJ Esudd’s set and it was a crowd favorite. The tattooing goddess known as Dutchess Lattimore, formerly of “Black Ink Crew,” also surprised the attendees with her very first music performance alongside Ricky Blow. Da Deacon of Miami shocked the crowd when he brought a marching band on stage to perform his hit song “Michael Jackson.”
Kenny Burns, the host for the packed event, kept the crowd energized between performances, while DJ Esudd made sure the party atmosphere continued to heighten as he played hit after hit. In between the non-stop partying and musical madness, attendees were gifted with Dutch Masters swag and made slow-motion social media videos via the interactive stations.
Before hitting the stage, Jeezy sat with Kenny Burns for a Q-and-A. When asked by Burns for his definition of what it means to be a master craftsman, he answered, “It’s never been about the money; it’s always been about the movement and what you represent. If you gon’ be a master craftsman, you have to treat this s— like every verse is your first verse, every show is your first show, every song is your first song, and every ad lib is your first ad lib.”
By the time Jeezy performed, the crowd was already unbelievably hyped. They recited his lyrics word for word, as Jeezy commanded every inch of the stage and room. When the lights came on indicating the end of the show, there wasn’t one dissatisfied face in the house.
Dutch Masters delivered a great show with a dope ambiance and left all attendees with an enhanced awareness of what it means to #BurnSlow.
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