Summer at DAYLIGHT Just Got Even Hotter
DAYLIGHT is psyched to announce that Blxst will hold three select performances this summer. Just For Clarity, Blxst is one of the hottest rappers in the game, so make sure that you are one of the “Chosen” who gets to see him perform at DAYLIGHT on May 27th, July 9th, and September 2nd. Blxst sold out his No Love Lost Tour in 2021 in ten seconds, so don’t hesitate and make sure you are one of the baddest who “Couldn’t Wait For It” and scored their tickets to these select shows for Blxst at DAYLIGHT.
West Coast Roots
Blxst is also the realest. His West Coast roots inspired his love for music, with Ryan Leslie, old-school Kanye, and Pharrell being some of his biggest influences. However, he credits learning how to rap from his uncle. By high school, Blxst taught himself how to produce and record. As if that isn’t impressive enough, he also serves as a creative director for graphic design and music videos. The dude’s a dynamo.
Blxst released his first single “Who Would’ve Thought” in 2016, which in hindsight could have been called “Y’all Should Have Known”. His raw talent, smooth voice, and hustle took him to the top of the game in only a few years. He was selected to be in XL’s coveted 2021 Freshman Class. Blxst has also been a BET Hip Hop Awards and BET Soul Train Awards nominee, slated by Billboard as an “Artist to Watch,” and was chosen as an Amazon Breakthrough Artist. Currently, he has well over half-a-billion streams and almost ten million monthly listeners on Spotify.
Top of the Game
It’s not just fans who love Blxst–he’s collaborated with everyone from Kendrick Lamar, Rick Ross, Ty Dolla $ign, Tyga, and more. He worked with Roddy Ricch on the new track “Passionate” with the official video being released only five days ago and has already racked up millions of views. So “Before You Go” to DAYLIGHT to see this legend live, make sure you reserve a daybed or spot on the private deck for the ultimate viewing during these select shows of Blxst at DAYLIGHT. After all, it’s what “Every Good Girl” would do.