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Nitti Gritti and Friends Miami Music Week Kickoff Party [Event Review]

Exactly one week ago, Miami Music week had officially begun. To kickstart the annual week event, Denial Events hosted the first Miami Music Week event, Nitti Gritti and Friends. Many talented artists took part in this impressive event, such as Lizzy Jane, Throwdown, D3V, Eliminate, Acraze and, of course, Nitti Gritti. I had the opportunity to attend the event, and, surely, it was the best way to kick-off the week.

If you enjoy the sounds of dubstep/trap/bass music, then this was the event to be at. Yes, it may be a little shocking to party your life away on a Monday night, but when it comes to Miami Music Week it doesn't matter.

When I first attended the event, I had the chance to watch Lizzy Jane perform. I have never seen a performance of her's before, so I surely did not know what to expect. She completely blew me away. She dropped many common bangers as well as tracks that would have you headbanging nonstop.

Next was a THROWDOWN b2b D3V set. This performance certainly hyped up the crowd massively. It was the best way to prepare the audience to get down and dirty on the dance floor. Afterward, Eliminate took the stage. This performance consisted of lots of dubstep. Headbangers took control of the entire dancefloor.

Finally, the star of the show, Nitti Gritti, took the stage. As many of you know, this star has a particular talent that is unlike any other. From trap to dubstep, this man has been blessed with many creative gifts. Known for tracks such “Crack,” “Drive,” “Sick,” and his popular remix to “Lights,” we were definitely in for a performance. He absolutely destroyed the dancefloor. He, along with everyone else who performed that night, surely kickstarted this Miami Music Week the right way.


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